What is a personal trainer?
Personal trainers are experts in fitness training and work with customers to reach their exercise and wellness goals.
What does a personal trainer do?
Personal trainers assess their customers’ bodily strengths and weaknesses and create customized workout plans. They provide physical and mental guidance and monitor customers' progress on a regular basis. They also make sure that customers don’t get injured while training. Personal trainers can work with individuals or in small groups.
- Evaluating customers’ physical needs
- Assigning appropriate exercise activities
- Track customers’ fitness progress
If you’re looking for candidates with expertise in specific sports or fitness training styles (e.g. aerobic exercise, lifts, cross-training), make sure to clarify your requirements when crafting the personal trainer job description for your fitness center.
On a daily basis, you’ll carry out various tasks, starting from assessing your clients’ physical condition and creating unique workout routines for them. You’ll explain the exercises in a clear and efficient way, while demonstrating how to use the training equipment safely, to avoid injuries.
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- Evaluate clients’ fitness levels and health conditions
- Build individualized exercise programs
- Explain exercises in detail and suggest alternatives if needed
- Monitor progress of clients’ fitness levels
- Explain safe and proper use of gym equipment
- Lead both individual and group training sessions
- Research on new exercise techniques and trends
- Promote the gym’s fitness packages and plans
- Perform CPR and administer first aid in case of emergencies
- Inform clients about on gym safety and hygiene guidelines
- Build a positive and trusting relationship with customers
- Advise customers on how to change nutritional and lifestyle habits as needed
- Previous experience as a personal trainer or relevant role
- Knowledge of various fitness programs, from basic exercises to more challenging training sessions
- Ability to guide and motivate clients
- Available to work flexible hours
- Excellent communication skills
- Certificates in CPR and first aid
- High School Diploma; a degree in Kinesiology or Sports Science is a plus
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