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Assist fitness clientele of varying ages and backgrounds in achieving their fitness-related goals. As a personal trainer, you must be comfortable working 1-on-1 with a wide variety of personalities.


  • Bachelor's degree or higher in an exercise science-related field is preferred but not required.
  • ​Certified by an NCCA accredited organization (NSCA, ACSM, NASM, ACE).
  • CPR/AED certified.
  • ​Prior experience is always preferred but not required.

JOIN THE TEAM.

BECOME AN FSP COACH.

Assist athletes of all ages and sports in their development toward the next level. As a sports performance coach, you wear two primary hats: performance enhancement and injury prevention.


  • Bachelor's degree or higher in an exercise science-related field.
  • ​Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA.
  • CPR/AED certified.
  • ​Prior experience is always preferred but not required.
Assist FSP staff in the implementation of sports performance and fitness programming at FSP. Interns will learn how to organize, manage, and coach group sessions in addition to improving their programming, administrative, and marketing skills.


  • Enrolled in a 4-year exercise science-related program and on track to graduate.
  • ​Studying to be certified by an NCCA accredited organization (NSCA, ACSM, NASM, ACE).
  • ​Prior experience is always preferred but not required.

PERSONAL TRAINER

SPORTS PERFORMANCE COACH

AVAILABLE POSITIONS

INTERNSHIP POSITION

Do you want to begin or further your strength and conditioning career? FSP is looking for dedicated, hungry, and passionate individuals to join the team to assist athletes and fitness clientele in achieving their goals. The name of the game is integrity. We can't rightfully expect our athletes and clientele to exhibit strong character and work ethic if we ourselves don't project the same values. 


FSP coaching applicants should be:

  • Detail-oriented: Attention to detail is a quality we try to instill in our athletes and is an exceptional quality in a coach. The ability to spot and correct mistakes throughout the room as well as pointing out successes maintains the quality of the workout and improves the experience for each athlete.
  • Hard-working: There are many "key players" in the fitness that preach about how easy it is to earn 6 figures. Here's the truth: strength and conditioning is a grind. Only the most adaptable and resilient coaches will succeed. If that sounds like you, we want you on our team.
  • Passionate: You should eat, sleep, and drink S & C. While others are reading novels, you're pouring over research and articles. You should care about your athletes' gains and improvements as much or more than they do. ​