You could apply to be a part-time group instructor as I consistently see listings for that position. I know I personally had to demonstrate my value by teaching a few classes in front of the owner. Once you’re hired, you can quickly gain exposure and credibility with various clients of the gym.
The other option is creating your own job as an independent trainer. If you feel that you have a style of training that is unique and effective and possess an alluring personality, people will gravitate towards you. It may be difficult at first to start your own class but it is very rewarding and earning potential is limitless. I started my own boot camp by training my own friends. Word quickly spread and now I have a consistent client-base.
If you’re a good instructor and deliver results, you should have not problem succeeding in getting a job as a fitness instructor!
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