Not So Fast: Questions to Ask Before You Accept That Fitness Class

by: Andrea Blair Cirignano

If you want to teach group fitness as a career, take the hiring process seriously.

Too often, yoga and group fitness instructors are so eager to teach that they say yes to any class they can squeeze into their schedule. Tatiana Kolovou, MBA, owner of Ethos Cycling in Bloomington, Indiana, is among those who believe you shouldn’t undervalue your skills in order to do something you love. “There are many jobs that have strong purpose, and the individuals who do them have passion, and many of them make a lot of money,” Kolovou says.

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Fitness Journal, Volume 16, Issue 7

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About the Author

Andrea Blair Cirignano

Andrea Blair Cirignano IDEA Author/Presenter

Andrea is a yoga and group fitness instructor and former group fitness supervisor in the Seattle area. She earned her bachelor's degree in journalism from the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University and writes health and fitness articles for a variety of publications.