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WE'RE HIRING!

StrongerNow is a womens-only fitness studio in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, PA.

StrongerNow creates safe spaces for women to become stronger with the goal of clients accepting, connecting to, and gaining autonomy over their bodies. (You can read more about the studio and how we work here.)

 

We are looking for a woman or women fitness professional/s to work in the studio as independent contractor/s in the positions described below.

Some experience is preferred, but comprehensive training will be provided to you if you meet other qualifications. Pay is based on class attendance, and that it tends to be higher than industry-standard.

StrongerNow offers a one-of-a kind training experience for clients and for that reason, clients tend to be long-term and highly-committed. This contributes to a satisfying work environment for instructors and trainers.

 

Please reach out to Mindy McHale at info@strongernowfitness.com or 412-225-8745 if you are interested in either or both positions. Thank you!

Group Fitness Instructor

Responsibilities

 

  • Assess, program and instruct small group fitness classes for women. Classes are either strength-training (60 minutes, 6 participants max) or bootcamp-style cardio + strength training (60 minutes, 7 participants max). Class programming must accommodate students of all fitness levels.

  • Clean used equipment and surfaces between and after classes.

  • Clean studio floor as needed.

  • Use client registry management system (CRM) for class registration and keeping track of studio calendar.

Qualifications

  • Woman group fitness instructor OR personal trainer who is professionally and reputably certified and insured.

  • Shares philosophy and goals for training clients (see above).

  • Builds trust through listening and accepting clients where they are.

  • Teaches clients to recognize and understand their own biofeedback.

  • Knowledgeable about and/or willing to be trained in compound lifts, accessory exercises, cardio/mobility/stability movements, plus modifications and substitutions for all of these.

  • Knowledgeable about and/or willing to be trained in conventional and unconventional fitness equipment and class programming.

  • Very or somewhat experienced teaching, cueing and assessing the movements and use of equipment during classes.

  • Very or somewhat experienced in training women of various ages and levels of conditioning, and with various injuries, mobility issues, and capabilities.

  • Very or somewhat experienced in training clients with women-specific conditions such as pregnancy and perimenopause.

  • Does not work out of their professional scope of practice, in particular, with nutrition or medical advice.

Personal Trainer

Responsibilities

  • Assess, program and instruct one-hour personal training sessions (individual, duo or trio) for women clients.

  • Clean used equipment between sessions and as needed.

  • Clean studio floor as needed.

  • Use client registry management system (CRM) for client registration and keeping track of studio calendar.

 

Qualifications

  • Woman personal trainer who is professionally and reputably certified and insured.

  • Experience training women of various ages and levels of conditioning, and with various injuries, mobility issues, and capabilities.

  • Experience training clients with women-specific conditions such as pregnancy and perimenopause.

  • Very knowledgeable about compound lifts, accessory exercises, cardio/mobility/stability movements, plus modifications and substitutions for all of these.

  • Very knowledgeable about conventional and unconventional fitness equipment and programming.

  • Excels at teaching, cueing and assessing the above movements and use of equipment during training sessions.

  • Shares philosophy and goals for training clients (see intro above).

  • Excels at building trust through listening and accepting clients where they are.

  • Excels at teaching clients to recognize and understand their own biofeedback.

  • Does not work out of their professional scope of practice, in particular, with nutrition or medical advice.

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