Group X Instructor - Tacoma

24 Hour Fitness Worldwide, Inc. Tacoma , WA 98402

Posted 4 days ago

FULL-TIME Part-time

LOCATION 111 South 38th Street Tacoma WA 98418

At 24 Hour Fitness we are committed to our mission of helping people--team members and members alike--to become the best version of themselves. We've changed the landscape of the fitness industry and pioneered the concept that fitness can be accessible, affordable and a way of life for everyone. We're looking for committed and dedicated individuals to help grow our business, so that we can share the promise of 24 Hour Fitness with more people.

Description :

The Group X Instructor (GXI) leads members through group exercise activities. The Group X Instructor educates participants about useful and safe exercises, assists them in achieving exercise goals and creates a fun workout environment for all populations pursuant to the 24 Hour Fitness Standards of Excellence. Instructor leads members through group exercise activities in a classroom setting.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities :

  • Technical Duties

  • Educates members on safe techniques and guidelines

  • Greet all members and orients new participants

  • Instructs class to the ability level of the students participating

  • Monitor participants through perceived rate of exertion

  • Works with participants to achieve fitness goals

  • Encourages new participants and orients them to class

  • Utilize schedule source for personal class scheduling and class substitution

  • Comply with all of 24 Hour Fitness company policies and procedures

  • Administrative Duties

  • Instructs group exercise classes according to schedule and according to company standards

  • Starts and finishes class on time as scheduled

  • Stores all equipment neatly and appropriately

  • Documents equipment problems in club maintenance log and reports problem to Service Manager

  • Attends instructor trainings and supervisor's meetings

  • Promotion

  • Participates in all GX department events, club events and company events

Qualifications :

  • Prior six months experience in taking group exercise activities is preferred

  • Ability to deal with a diversity of individuals

  • Ability to communicate with people of all age groups

  • Strong Communication skills

  • Knowledge of safe exercise technique and principles

  • Ability to effectively demonstrate all skills being taught to participants

  • Possess the ability to follow directions

  • Maintains a professional attitude toward responsibilities, fellow instructors, club staff and members.

  • Be punctual and exhibit a positive attitude

  • Project a professional image through dress, behavior and attitude

  • Must be outgoing, energetic and able to perform in front of an audience

Certifications / Educational Requirements

  • Current Group Exercise approved certification is preferred

  • Additional training in specialty formats may be required

Physical Requirements :

  • Lifting of light weights, jumping, squatting, walking, hopping, kicking

This position description intends to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. It is not intended to include all duties and responsibilities. The order in which duties and responsibilities are listed is not significant.

FUNCTIONAL GROUP Group X


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Group X Instructor - Tacoma

24 Hour Fitness Worldwide, Inc.