Fitness Club Managers Work Together

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    Sep 29, 2008 5:29 PM GMT
    Good Afternoon Gentlemen,

    My name is Anthony Rivera. I am a Club Manager out of Philadelphia.
    I'm posting this to network with out club managers. The purpose is support.
    I am a little new to the industry myself, and got my job because of my strong customer service skills (originally hired as front-desk manager). After some time, and my need for more responsibility, I was given the whole club. That's what I get for saying I want to be the "Go To Guy, to Get Things DONE!!". Heh. icon_biggrin.gif

    So, if you are a club manager, please respond and introduce yourself. At some point I'd like to see the support come into play with Tips, Advice, and General Informative Information that we can use to make our facilities successful.

    If your down for it...you've got my "welcome". I look forward to all those who respond. I think this will be benefical for everyone.

    Thank You
    and Successful Living,
    Anthony
    Gym Manager
    Weston Fitness PHL
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    Oct 04, 2008 8:10 PM GMT
    What no one works for a gym...plenty of "views" and no replies?! icon_eek.gif
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    Oct 04, 2008 8:16 PM GMT
    I would love to work for my gym. Very classy and historic building in the French Quarter. Great employees as well.
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    Jan 07, 2009 10:49 PM GMT
    well i amamanager just not of a health club but i am going to get certed through ACE as a trainner if it means anything to you
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    Jan 07, 2009 11:03 PM GMT
    IkkiTousen saidGood Afternoon Gentlemen,

    My name is Anthony Rivera. I am a Club Manager out of Philadelphia.
    I'm posting this to network with out club managers. The purpose is support.
    I am a little new to the industry myself, and got my job because of my strong customer service skills (originally hired as front-desk manager). After some time, and my need for more responsibility, I was given the whole club. That's what I get for saying I want to be the "Go To Guy, to Get Things DONE!!". Heh. icon_biggrin.gif

    So, if you are a club manager, please respond and introduce yourself. At some point I'd like to see the support come into play with Tips, Advice, and General Informative Information that we can use to make our facilities successful.

    If your down for it...you've got my "welcome". I look forward to all those who respond. I think this will be benefical for everyone.

    Thank You
    and Successful Living,
    Anthony
    Gym Manager
    Weston Fitness PHL


    Hi Anthony,

    While I'm not a gym manager I do work for a company that provides education for folks in your position. We provide numerous resources, tips and techniques for all professionals with a special newsletter dedicated to fitness managers. Check out www.ideafit.com to learn more. I know this sounds sales-y, but figure it might help.