Setting a new habit is one of the hardest things anyone can do. It takes on average 2-3 weeks of doing something everyday, consistently to make it a new full fledged habit. So this week’s blog is aimed at all the students who may have …
Tag: weight room
Coming to college was one of the biggest steps of my life. Moving 2+ hours south from home, not knowing a single person, and then try to find new friends; there is nothing scarier. So what did I do? I attended events, went to class, and even forced myself to talk to the kids on my floor. Nothing really worked; we didn’t really connect. I didn’t really feel like UW-Whitewater was where I fit best, until I was hired as a Fitness Supervisor for Warhawk Fitness & Aquatics. Not only is it a great job but it also allows me to meet so many new friends, two of them being my best friends still to this day. Becoming a Fitness Supervisor was where I started, but I didn’t stop there.
Being a Fitness Supervisor is a very exciting and rewarding position. The shifts are small enough that they work around your academic schedule and the daily cleaning duties are simple enough that you can still enjoy time meeting and greeting the patrons that come into the facilities. One of my favorite parts about being a Fitness Supervisor is that I am able to see other individuals take their health into their own hands.
After a semester of being a Fitness Supervisor, I got hired to be a part of the Public Relations team. We write blogs such as this, that allow each of our members to show their interests and passions by writing about different health or wellness related topics. We also tweet/post/pin to our Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram accounts with different ways to stay healthy on campus, recipes, inspirational quotes, Warhawk Fitness & Aquatics updates, and other healthy campus events. Don’t follow us? START NOW!
The next step in my journey is in the spring of 2014 I was hired as a Group Fitness Instructor. There is nothing more rewarding than being able to use your personal passion to help influence others. Another way that we help others is each month we have a “Pay-It-Forward” program where we donate certain items, cash contributions, or volunteer time to an organization that we choose needs assistance the most. There is nothing more rewarding than helping others, which is one of the top priorities for the Warhawk Fitness & Aquatics family!
Being a part of Warhawk Fitness & Aquatics doesn’t just add another job to your resume, it adds a whole different group of people to those that you refer to as “family”. All of these positions are great on-campus jobs and also an easy way to meet so many new people. Here is what other co-workers think about being a part of the family:
“Being a freshman on campus was incredibly overwhelming for me, but working at University Fitness gave me a chance to get familiar with some amazing, hard-working individuals like myself and make friends! Not only that, but Warhawk Fitness also works with many charity organizations and gives me opportunities to make a difference right here in my Whitewater community! “ –Ensley Gossett
“I love the new friends I met in the fitness family and meeting the people that attend my classes. It is always nice to go around campus and be a familiar face for everyone that comes to the Williams Center!” –Drew Lederman
“As a future physical education teacher, I appreciate the opportunity to the gain experience related to the upkeep of a fitness facility. I am also thankful to work with such a supporting and energetic staff led by managers who truly care for the well-being of their employees.” –Connor Driscoll
If this doesn’t prove why you should apply to work for Warhawk Fitness & Aquatics, I don’t know what will!
Are you hard working, dedicated, reliable, energetic, and fun to be around? THEN APPLY NOW!
“Always remember that it doesn’t matter how slow you go, as long as you keep on going”