Who we are: Active Mom Fitness is Philadelphia's only strength training studio for moms and moms-to-be. Active Mom Fitness offers private and small group training to help moms feel strong and confident through all stages of motherhood.
Why we want you: This is a boutique studio with one person providing all services and it’s time to expand the number of pre/postnatal small group offerings. Leading moms in core, functional and strength training is a unique niche and if you have that skill set, we want you as part of the community.
Your primary responsibilities:
Commit to a six week time period to offer your groups. *Groups are not drop-in, they run as a weekly, 6 week series.
Design and lead safe weekly workouts that meet the needs of 2-6 group participants,
Ensure each session is aligned with the six week Active Mom Fitness program philosophy and progression (you’ll be coached on this, but your personal touch is appreciated and encouraged).
Promote your groups, aiming for maximum participation-don’t worry, you won’t be doing this alone, but you are expected to also put in the effort
Communicate with group members throughout the series
Represent Active Mom Fitness in a positive and professional manner outside of the studio
Know your stuff and be able to connect…pregnancy and postpartum is a vulnerable time for moms. They’ll only trust you if you know what you’re talking about, and they’ll only stay consistent if they connect with you.
Education: Bachelor’s degree or higher in an exercise related field mandatory
Experience: At least 2 years personal training experience, pre/postnatal experience
Certification: Nationally recognized personal training certification (NSCA, ACSM preferred), CPR/AED
Other things you should know:
This is an independent contractor position so you will be required to maintain your own professional insurance
Pay: $30-60 per session based on number of registrants for each series
Schedule: one evening per week (more if desired), Saturday morning desired, daytime availability possible
We do not subscribe to the “body back” “bounceback” narrative. Weight Loss is not a priority in the group setting.