- Palo Alto, CA
What you'll be doing
- The personal trainer is responsible for managing the fitness floor, being responsive to members and guests by offering assistance, and educating company members on the safe and correct use of cardio and weight training equipment. This person also performs assessments, provides package prescriptions, answers fitness and wellness related questions, and sells personal training packages. Sell and deliver personal training sessions to clients. Schedule and conduct new member onboarding sessions. Assist with new member outreach and follow-up with low users. Assist members in using safe and effective exercise form during their workouts. Maintain a clean, safe and orderly fitness floor, racking weights. Includes picking up loose towels, water bottles, magazines, cleaning equipment, etc. Perform fitness assessments (movement and posture assessments, blood pressure checks, body composition tests) as requested by members. Support, teach and encourage members to meet his/her fitness goals. Work together as a team with all departments. Assist in development and implementation of new fitness programs/classes other.
What your background should be
- Previous health club personal training experience is a plus. Communication skills, customer service oriented. Operational knowledge of resistance training equipment and proper form knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics. Knowledge of injury prevention and basic rehabilitation. Knowledge of basic movement and posture assessments and body composition assessments. Ability to calculate target heart rate. Basic knowledge in nutrition. Minimum one (1) NCCA or NBFE accredited certification.
Required Schooling / Training
- 4-years college degree in fitness related field or certificate from accredited 2-year program at a university preferred.
Who is the client company
- Concern about health club and fitness services.
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