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  1. Keeping your fitness business fully staffed is no easy task - as the owner, you know what it feels like to never have enough coaches. You often find yourself coaching classes that weren't scheduled for or needed more help than expected, sometimes even going above and beyond on long work hours because you just can’t seem to find coaches to help. GymJobs by PushPress is here to solve the staffing problem for fitness businesses! We know how hard it can be when you're running your own fitness business and need help with finding staff, so we partnered up with Jeremy Augusta, who created this original job board in order to make sure that owners have access to qualified candidates. Jeremy brings unique skills and experiences to GymJobs by PushPress, and he’ll by right by your side to help you staff your company. Here is why working with GymJobs by PushPress is the absolute best option for growing your fitness business. Posting a job on GymJobs.com is FREE. That means that you can finally take a step that most successful fitness businesses already do; always be sourcing. When you are constantly sourcing staff for your business, you will always have a stream of qualified candidates who are eager to add value to your team. Even if you are not currently needing a coach, keeping a job post up means you are always collecting resumes from applicants who have already expressed interest in being in your community. So when the time comes that you do need a coach, you have a stack of interested applicants ready to go. Even if you are not currently hiring, that perfect coach resume that you just can’t pass up may fall into your lap. Now, you are recruiting like a million-dollar business. We market your job on our Facebook page, in our job seekers' Facebook group, and in Facebook groups relevant and local to your business. Your job gets marketing on our Instagram. We market your job on Twitter. When you post your job, it gets broadcasted to all of the coaches, instructors, and fitness personnel who have job alerts set up (hint: it is a lot). If you posted a featured job, it and your business will be marketed through our weekly newsletter. A featured job will also be marketed through our partners' social media and newsletters, such as Morning Chalk Up. And the best part, this is all FREE. ‍ We offer this free service to fitness businesses of all kinds, gyms, martial arts studios, Zumba studios, yoga studios, and the businesses that support the fitness industry. ‍ We are excited about this new value we are bringing to the fitness community and cant wait to help you staff your fitness business. GymJobs by PushPress is gym owners helping gym owners, and that’s the way it should be. Go to GymJobs.com now to make your free job post and start growing your business today.
  2. Keeping your yoga studio fully staffed is no easy task - as the owner, you know what it feels like to never have enough teachers and coaches. You often find yourself teaching classes that weren't scheduled or needed more help than expected, sometimes even going above and beyond on long work hours because you can’t seem to find enough yoga instructors to help. GymJobs by PushPress is here to solve the staffing problem for yoga studios! We know how hard it can be when you're running your own fitness business and need help finding staff, so we partnered up with Jeremy Augusta, who created this original job board for the fitness industry to ensure that yoga studio owners have access to qualified candidates. Jeremy brings unique skills and experiences to GymJobs by PushPress, and he’ll be right by your side to help you staff your company. Here is why working with GymJobs by PushPress is the absolute best option for growing your yoga business. Posting a job on GymJobs.com is FREE. That means that you can finally take a step that most successful yoga studios and businesses already do; always be sourcing. When you are constantly sourcing staff for your business, you will always have a stream of qualified candidates who are eager to add value to your team. Even if you are not currently needing an instructor, keeping a job post up means you are always collecting resumes from applicants who have already expressed interest in being in your community. So when the time comes that you do need a coach, you have a stack of interested applicants ready to go. Even if you are not currently hiring, that perfect yoga instructor resume that you just can’t pass up may fall into your lap. Now, you are recruiting like a million-dollar business. Click here to read the full article
  3. Think about the most well known yoga personalities that you know of. What comes to mind? Most likely, you think of their impressive skills and abilities. But what about their branding? Professional athletes put a lot of thought into crafting a professional brand that represents them in the best light possible. As a yoga instructor, it's important to do the same! In this blog post, we'll discuss why professional branding is so important for your career and how you can go about creating one. Your professional brand is what people think of when they hear your name. It's the first impression that you make on potential clients and employers. As a yoga teacher, your professional brand should highlight your skills, abilities, and personality. A strong professional brand will help you stand out from the competition and attract more clients. Creating a professional brand can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be! Start by thinking about what you want people to think of when they hear your name. Do you want to be known as the go-to hot yoga coach? Or the expert on Yin Yoga? Maybe you want to be known as a great Kundalini Yoga instructor. Whatever it is, make sure that your professional brand reflects your goals and aspirations. Once you've decided on the message you want to send, start creating content that supports it. If you want to be known as a weight loss expert, write blog posts and create videos about healthy eating habits and yoga routines for weight loss. If you're looking to attract clients who are interested in flexibility for increased quality of life, create content that showcases your knowledge and experience. Click here to read the full article on GymJobs.com
  4. Are you looking for a new yoga instructor for your studio? If so, you will want to read this blog post. We will outline every step you need to take to interview a potential new coach. This includes preparing for the interview, asking the right questions, and checking references. By following these steps, you can be sure that you are making the best possible decision for your studio! If you are looking to hire a new yoga teacher, there are a few things that you will need to do in order to ensure that you find the best possible candidate. Here are the steps that you should take when interviewing a new yoga teacher: Prepare for the interview: This means creating a list of questions that you want to ask the otential new yoga instructor, as well as doing your research on the instructors background and experience. Think ahead of additional ways they can add value to your studio besides their time on the floor. Ask the right questions: When you are interviewing the coach, be sure to ask questions that will give you a better understanding of their teaching style and methods. If you need help with interview questions, we have a premade list for you here. Click here to read the full article on GymJobs.com
  5. This guide walks you through creating a high-quality job posting to attract the top yoga instructors to your studio. ‍ Click Sign up on the top right of the screen. ‍ On the next page, choose “Employer.” The next screen will be the Create Employer Profile page. Enter all the information. ‍ Do not skip adding a logo. Employers with logos get significantly more traction for their jobs because the logo catches the eye of the coach applying for positions. We use your logo when marketing your post on social media, so choose an attention-grabbing logo. If there is no logo when we showcase your posted opportunity on social media, there will only be text shown, which is likely to get less attention from yoga instructors than it could have with a logo. ‍ Add a short description of your facility. Being thorough when adding a description helps the applying yoga instructors know if they may be a good fit for your community, potentially saving you both time. Treat the description like you describe your studio to potential investors you want to impress. The reality is you are presenting your yoga studio to investors, but instead of investing money, they are investing their time and life into it. A subpar description may likely only bring subpar interest. Click here to read the full article on GymJobs.com
  6. When it comes to hiring a new coach for your yoga studio, it is important to do your due diligence. This means interviewing potential yoga teachers and checking their references. It's not enough to just look at their qualifications or experience - you need to make sure that they are a good fit for your community and that their values align with yours. By calling references, you can get an idea of what it would be like to work with this person and see if they would be a good addition to your team. Finding the right people to fill your roles is the single biggest challenge in yoga studios today. You can’t grow into a multi-location yoga business without having the right people in the correct roles. Remember, a resume is always a record of embellished accomplishments with all the low points removed. A resume is an Instagram filter for their professional career. We have to get past those filters to find out who the person is, and if they fit into our yoga studio in the roles that we need someone to thrive in. It isn't uncommon for a yoga instructor applying for a management position, or a lead instructor position, who has a resume that says they have the experience necessary to fill the role but have not been totally truthful about their experience. Those are the teachers we have to filter out ASAP. When you have a position that will be responsible for the growth of your yoga studio, you must be extremely diligent in your hiring process. Remember, if you want to grow your business, you have to have A-level employees. The only way to make sure you have A-level employees and not a studio full of B and C employees, or worse, is by checking the references they have listed and finding your own references for the potential hire. Click here for the full article on GymJobs.com
  7. Are you a yoga instructor looking for a new opportunity? You will need to create a resume that stands out from the competition. A well-written resume can help you land a job at your dream yoga studio. In this blog post, we will discuss the steps in writing a yoga instructor's resume. We will also provide some tips to help you make your resume stand out! Step One: Determine the Format of Your Resume When writing your yoga instructor resume, you will need to decide on the format that you will use. There are three common resume formats: chronological, functional, and hybrid. The chronological resume format is the most common and it lists your work experience in reverse chronological order. The functional resume format highlights your skills and accomplishments instead of your work history. The hybrid resume format is a combination of chronological and functional formats. Step Two: Create a Resume Header Your yoga teacher resume should start with a header that includes your name, address, phone number, and email address. You may also want to include a link to your personal website or blog. Step Three: Write a Resume Objective or Summary Statement The next step in writing your yoga teacher resume is to write a resume objective or summary statement. This section should be one to two sentences long and it should highlight your skills, experience, and accomplishments. Click here for the full article on GymJobs.com
  8. If you own or teach yoga, finding the perfect playlist is essential. It sets the tone for your class, but it can also help students relax and feel more focused. The good news is that we have the perfect playlist for your yoga studio for free! This yoga studio playlist is perfect for setting the tone in your class. It features a mix of yoga-themed songs and relaxing music to help your students feel more focused and calm. We hope you enjoy this free playlist for your yoga studio. Click here for the free Gym Jobs playlist
  9. If you own a studio or teach pilates, finding the perfect playlist is essential. It sets the tone for your class, but it can also help students relax and feel more focused. The good news is that we have the perfect playlist for your pilates studio for free! This pilates studio playlist is perfect for setting the tone in your class. It features a mix of pilates-themed songs and relaxing music to help your students feel more focused and calm. We hope you enjoy this free playlist for your pilates studio. Click this link for the playlist
  10. When it comes to hiring a new coach for your yoga studio, it is important to do your due diligence. This means interviewing potential yoga teachers and checking their references. It's not enough to just look at their qualifications or experience - you need to make sure that they are a good fit for your community and that their values align with yours. By calling references, you can get an idea of what it would be like to work with this person and see if they would be a good addition to your team. Finding the right people to fill your roles is the single biggest challenge in yoga studios today. You can’t grow into a multi-location yoga business without having the right people in the correct roles. Remember, a resume is always a record of embellished accomplishments with all the low points removed. A resume is an Instagram filter for their professional career. We have to get past those filters to find out who the person is, and if they fit into our yoga studio in the roles that we need someone to thrive in. It isn't uncommon for a yoga instructor applying for a management position, or a lead instructor position, who has a resume that says they have the experience necessary to fill the role but have not been totally truthful about their experience. Those are the teachers we have to filter out ASAP. When you have a position that will be responsible for the growth of your yoga studio, you must be extremely diligent in your hiring process. Remember, if you want to grow your business, you have to have A-level employees. The only way to make sure you have A-level employees and not a studio full of B and C employees, or worse, is by checking the references they have listed and finding your own references for the potential hire. So now we understand that checking references is a vital part of the hiring process, how do we get references? Click this link for the full article
  11. Are you a yoga teacher looking for a new opportunity? If so, you will need to create a resume that stands out from the competition. A well-written resume can help you land your dream job in the most amazing yoga studios. In this blog post, we will discuss the steps in writing a yoga teacher's resume. We will also provide some tips that will help you make your resume stand out! Step One: Determine the Format of Your Resume When writing your yoga teacher resume, you will need to decide on the format that you will use. There are three common resume formats: chronological, functional, and hybrid. The chronological resume format is the most common and it lists your work experience in reverse chronological order. The functional resume format highlights your skills and accomplishments instead of your work history. The hybrid resume format is a combination of chronological and functional formats. Step Two: Create a Resume Header Your yoga instructor resume should start with a header that includes your name, address, phone number, and email address. You may also want to include a link to your personal website or blog. Step Three: Write a Resume Objective or Summary Statement The next step in writing your yoga coach resume is to write a resume objective or summary statement. This section should be one to two sentences long and it should highlight your skills, experience, and accomplishments. Click this link for the full article
  12. If you're an MMA gym owner, it's important to be constantly sourcing new resumes. You never know when the perfect MMA coach will come along, and you don't want to miss out on an opportunity because you weren't prepared. Or worse, you have an unexpected need for a new MMA coach and now you find yourself desperate to fill a position that could've been taken care of if you had a talent pool to source from. In this article, we are going to discuss how smart MMA gym owners keep a talent pool of instructors ready to work! Sourcing resumes offer a number of benefits to businesses, including: ‍ - Access to a talent pool: When you are always sourcing resumes, you have access to a larger pool of talented MMA coaches. This allows you to find the perfect MMA coach for your company in a timely manner! If you own an MMA gym, your coaches are what keep everything running. If you have an unexpected loss of a striking, you will need to find a qualified candidate to fill that position as quickly as possible, or you as the owner will have much more work on your plate other than hiring a new striking or stand-up coach. If you are always sourcing potential hires, when the time comes you need to unexpectedly fill a position, you can go to your GymJobs.com account and start contacting coaches who have already expressed interest in serving your fitness community. Imagine needing a coach, or planning to open a new gym and you have a file full of MMA coaches, wrestling coaches, striking coaches, BJJ coaches, judo coaches, nutritionists, and more. Do you want to be the business owner that has to stress filling a position, or the business owner who has a full pre-qualified talent pool of people who want to be a part of your business? It is an easy decision for the smart business owner. ‍ - Cost-effective: sourcing resumes is more cost-effective than traditional recruiting methods. This is because you are not spending money on advertising or other recruiting costs. A free posting on Gym Jobs will bring you a steady stream of pre-qualified fight coaches who are ready to be an added value to your business. If you wait until the need for a new hire is immediate, the cost and time required will be a much greater liability both financially for your MMA gym and your own time. Click this link for the full article
  13. New CrossFit gym owner? Here is how to hire your first coach! ‍ Are you a new gym owner that is ready to hire your first coach? If so, you will want to read this blog post. We will outline every step you need to take to interview your first new coach. This includes preparing for the interview, asking the right questions, and checking references. By following these steps, you can be sure that you are making the best possible decision for your gym! ‍ When it’s time to hire your first coach, there are a few things that you will need to do in order to ensure that you find the best possible candidate. Here are the steps that you should take when interviewing a new gym coach: ‍ Prepare for the interview: This means creating a list of questions that you want to ask the coach, as well as doing your research on the coach's background and experience. Think ahead of additional ways they can add value to your gym besides their time on the floor. ‍ Ask the right questions: When you are interviewing the coach, be sure to ask questions that will give you a better understanding of their coaching style and methods. If you need help with interview questions, we have a premade list for you here. Click this link for the full article
  14. New yoga studio ower? Here is how to hire your first yoga teacher! ‍ Are you a new yoga studio owner that is ready to hire your first yoga teacher? If so, you will want to read this blog post. We will outline every step you need to take to interview your first new yoga teacher. This includes preparing for the interview, asking the right questions, and checking references. By following these steps, you can be sure that you are making the best possible decision for your studio! ‍ When it’s time to hire your first yoga teacher, there are a few things that you will need to do in order to ensure that you find the best possible candidate. Here are the steps that you should take when interviewing a new yoga studio coach: ‍ Prepare for the interview: This means creating a list of questions that you want to ask the potential yoga teacher, as well as doing your research on the teacher’s background and experience. Think ahead of additional ways they can add value to your studio besides their time on the floor. Click this link to read the full article
  15. Keeping your CrossFit gym fully staffed is no easy task - as the owner, you know what it feels like to never have enough coaches. You often find yourself teaching classes that weren't scheduled or needed more help than expected, sometimes even going above and beyond on long work hours because you can’t seem to find enough CrossFit coaches to help. GymJobs by PushPress is here to solve the staffing problem for new CrossFit gym owners. We know how hard it can be when you're running your own CrossFit gym and need help finding staff, so we partnered up with Jeremy Augusta, who created this original job board for the fitness industry to ensure that all CrossFit gym owners have access to qualified candidates. Jeremy brings unique skills and experiences to GymJobs by PushPress, and he’ll be right by your side to help you staff your gym, for FREE! Here is why working with GymJobs by PushPress is the absolute best option for growing your CrossFit gym when you are a new owner. Click this link for the full article
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