Who We Are

Tempo’s mission is to give everyone the power to realize their strength and lead a healthy, full life. 

It’s the first and only personal training solution that can track your motion and use that data to give you a richer and more effective workout in live and on-demand classes. Using 3D sensors and A.I., Tempo enables expert coaches to correct your form and provide personalized feedback in real-time.

With its stunning and compact design, Tempo and all its included accessories can be tucked away and fit seamlessly into any home. We believe the combination of beautiful hardware, AI technology, and premium content is how we help our members build a lifelong habit with fitness.

The Move brings the same elevated level of personal training that comes with our flagship Tempo Studio into an even smaller footprint. Using the 3D sensors on the iPhone and Tempo’s Smart System, the Move transforms your living room into a one-on-one training session with an expert coach whenever you want.

Tempo is thriving and we’re experiencing growth of over 300% in sales. Headquartered in San Francisco, Tempo's all-star team includes alumni from Google, YouTube, Netflix, Airbnb, Pixar, and Orangetheory, backed by $300 Million in funding from Softbank, General Catalyst, Norwest Venture Partners, Founders Fund, Khosla Ventures, DCM, and Signal Fire. 

About the Role

We're looking for world-class coaches to create high-quality live and on-demand workouts. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a new wave of fitness tech and be a part of the team that revolutionizes the way people workout and gain strength. 

This is a 1099 contract position, located in San Francisco, CA. 

Requirements:

  • Must have NSCA-CSCS, ACSM or NASM certification 
  • 4+ years experience training clients, with group fitness experience strongly preferred
  • Possess a deep knowledge of fitness and human anatomy
  • Outgoing, energetic, and charismatic; passionate about inspiring members around the world improve their lives
  • Filming takes place in San Francisco studio, must be willing to commute in or travel in

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