Fitness Program Seeks to Hire the Best Coaches and Athletes

Posted September 04, 2012 by

Are you a coach or an athlete looking to make a difference in the lives of other people?  The following opportunity may be for you.

As the world recently cheered on athletes who most embody the Olympic spirit, we reflect on how greatly sports have evolved throughout the years. The methods for coaching athletes have changed drastically as well. These days, coaches have to be versatile enough to grow beyond teamwork and motivational techniques in order to truly inspire their athletes.

That’s why the GH School of Healthy Living is forging ahead and embracing a distinctive approach to personal training, which has resulted in creating world class trainers and inspirational healthy living leaders. It all starts with the right team, and GH is hiring.

The school recognizes that former college coaches are the best suited candidates to transition from their day jobs into the GH programs. Channeling their passion and skill set from a career served shaping the lives of athletes, these former college coaches create a positive environment of highly effective techniques for
motivating all types of people towards sustainable, healthy living.

Through the vision of Greg Hahaj, the CEO and founder of the popular Chicago-based GH’s life coaching centers, GH School for Healthy Living has incurred tremendous success transforming clients’ lives through changing behaviors inside and outside the gym. At GH, clients are instilled with a complete education about healthy nutrition and exercise, as well as scientific assessments to create and monitor personalized health plans for each client.

Greg Hahaj

Greg Hahaj, CEO and Founder of GH School of Healthy Living

“I want to dedicate my career to improve their performance in the game of life and I wanted to surround myself with a team that shares that same mission,” commented Hahaj.

For more information on GH School for Health Living, and to inquire on career opportunities for qualified applicants, please visit

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