Coach Checklist: What to Look For When Hiring Instructors

Business, Coaching

Today I am going to go over some of the areas you need to look at before hiring a coach to work in your gym. These are important things you need to examine before bringing a new member into your business team. Conversely, if you are an aspiring coach or looking for an internship, these points should be food for thought for you, as well.


I'll go through these point by point, and alert you to some red flags that may come up:




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