Arrive and be rock star ready at least fifteen minutes before start of class, greeting guests as they arrive to create a positive and welcoming environment.
Always introducing yourself to the group and explaining the class to any newcomers while making them feel confident in their choice to join. We want you to create an inclusive, positive group fitness experience that makes guests want to come back.
Introduce any other staff members joining. The hope is to always have another team member joining the class to serve as both a visual aid to guests and to gain the instruction on how to properly execute the course itself. This will ensure that guests build relationships will all staff members and thereby encourage them to attend class even if you are out that day and another staff member is subbing.
Ensure class begins and ends on time.
Adhere to the program guide of the class and modify the intensity for participants when necessary.
Continuously monitor form and exercise completion in a group fitness setting while providing verbal and physical cues.
Teach respective classes on a regular basis and keep subbing to a minimum.
Be constantly innovating music, exercise selection, encouragement and class experience.
Be available to guests for at least ten minutes after class has concluded. Encourage feedback and suggestions, particularly from the newcomers to ensure they return.
Commit to at least 10 hours/week working the front desk in addition to instructing classes.
Strive to make the PULSE House class the best part of the guest’s day!
Include PULSE House of Fitness in personal social media presence
Communicate with Fitness Director on guest feedback, equipment and operational status, scheduling, and subbing.