Open Part-Time Position for Compassionate and Caring Personal Trainer
SIMPLY STRONG is an evidence-based high-intensity strength training facility, devoid of the typical gym distractions, which provides one-on-one strength training and pre/post-rehabilitation services.
Strength is Everything!
Our Mission: Strengthen People’s Lives.
We safely transform our clients into the strongest version of themselves. We believe that strength is the currency by which we live our lives, and we don’t realize how valuable it is until it is gone. We are looking for coaches that feel the same and share the core values that we do:
- First, do no harm
- Respect the body as it meant to function
- Demonstrate an unwavering commitment to client education and progress
- Exceed expectations in our client and professional relationships
- Create an environment in which our team can self-direct, innovate, and grow
- We’re looking for an enthusiastic, organized, passionate, personable, motivated, flexible, and hard-working individual to join our team.
What type of training methodology does SIMPLY STRONG utilize?
High-Intensity Strength training is the only exercise modality administered at SIMPLY STRONG. We have evolved our strength-training protocol to achieve optimal health and fitness using an evidence-based approach to strength training combined with our unique background in exercise physiology, strength, and conditioning. Our extensive on-boarding and continual education process ensure that all trainers understand and adhere to this evidence-based approach. As a result, SIMPLY STRONG does not fall prey to fads or hype.
Does the personal trainer acquire and sell their clients?
No. Personal trainers at SIMPLY STRONG are not responsible for acquiring or selling their clients.
Personal Trainers do not have their clients at all. When someone new starts, they become a client of SIMPLY STRONG, not of one individual personal trainer. It allows the client to have flexibility in scheduling their appointments independent of the trainer’s schedule. This is ultimately a win-win for both trainer and client.