Sport Nutrition Center Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Sport Nutrition Center sells supplements, vitamins, protein powders and bars, gainers, preworkout. Keto, sugar and dairy free products.
One angry customer shared this in a review "I have been to Sport Nutrition Center once and will not be returning. The guy that was working the Saturday my friend and I went in there, Kenny, was a complete jerk. We went in after we worked out and just wanted a pre-workout supplement. All he had to do was point us in the right direction. Instead, he offered his opinion on Crossfit and how we "didn't look like we did Crossfit." It was extremely uncalled for and unprofessional. The store wasn't busy (we were the only ones in there) but helping us seemed to be a real chore for him. As a professional in the customer service industry, I know that even though you may not agree with something, you need to hold your tongue and do your job. It sucks, but that's what happens when you are a big kid. I also didn't see the sign that only professional weightlifters were allowed to have service or be in the store.
I have heard that Sport Nutrition Center owners are amazing, but this Kenny guy is downright awful. I have talked to others in the fitness community about my experience and they have also had similar experiences with the same employee so I thought I would at least put a review up so hopefully it will be noticed."
Nutritionis coach (Former Employee) says"Asked to much for the salary amount... not honest management... no benefits had to work on events with no pay... loved my clients helped them on their health and fitness life"
Manager/ Nutritionist (Former Employee) says"Great company to work for but it is owned by a person that looks out for herself and will throw anyone under the bus to be profitable. Glad to not work for her, but sad to not work for Max Muscle as a company."
General Manager (Current Employee) says"If your into the fitness lifestyle and want to help others reach there goals then you will love it here at Max Muscle. If you do not live this lifestyle of well being it will be very hard to help others if you can’t help yourself and be a great salesman or woman. Cons: Long hours, no benefits, very stressful environment"
Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) says"I worked at Max Muscle Corporate. My hours were flexible. I was able to work from home to finish managing my stores. Emplyees were great, able to work together to get the job done. Small company that consisted of about 25 people including the owners."
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) says"While working at Max Muscle, you tend to get to know the costumers that come in. The people that would come in were very nice people. Max Muscle also sold very good products. Cons: Expensive"
Sales Floor and Operations (Former Employee) says"Maintain Store integrity and daily sales goals while advancing our marketing campaign for future growth. Cons: no benefits outside of a small bonus"
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) says"I enjoyed helping customer accomplish their fitness and nutrition goals. Also I learned a lot working there about the human body and how it functions. Also, I learned alot about marketing and promoting as well as managment skills. Cons: Communication issues"
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