An aerobics instructor is a fitness professional focused on the teaching of aerobics. To become an aerobics instructor, you must take some courses to get a certification that states that you're fitness professional. There are also fitness conventions where you can attend to improve skills and learn about new training methods.
Aerobics include spinning, cardiovascular exercises, step, weight training and some others that can vary depending on the instructor.
On an aerobics instructor resume you must include your professional experience, your communication abilities (empathy, speech skills, motivation skills, etc.) and your contact information.
|2006 to Present||Director, Fitness Dance Program, San Diego, CA
Instructed dance/aerobics classes for participants
of all ages, both male and female. Fitness classes
incorporated instruction in jazz, modern, and hip hop
dance styles into enjoyable, high-energy, full-body
workouts aimed at toning and weight loss. Additionally,
served as the supervisor for the nationally competitive
Mission Valley Dance Troupe.
|2001 - 2005||Choreographer, East Street Dance Troupe, Eugene, OR
Choreographed dance routines for a professional theatre
troupe of thirty members and numerous productions,
including Riverdance, Sing Down Santa Fe, & Los
|Summer 2001||Dance Instructor, Camp Hollywood, Portland, OR
Designed and implemented a dance curriculum for
students at a private, selective theatre camp.
Program included instruction in ballet, tap, and
modern dance styles.
An aerobics instructor resume should also include the ability to create innovative and enjoyable classes. Another good thing to state in your resume is the kind of music that you may use for the classes.