Being On Time
- Please do your best to arrive a few minutes early to class. Our warm-up is the biggest tool to keeping you safe and getting your body primed for intense exercise. If your 5 minutes late you have missed half the warm-up. Furthermore, walking in late is a disruption and often distracts the instructor and other members from what they are doing.
Putting your phone on silent
- When your taking a class the focus needs to be on getting the most out of your workout and not your phone. The ringer going off is a big distraction to other members. Please turn your ringer off and if there is a call that you must take, please take it outside.
Hygiene, Germs & Equipment Care
- Dropping weights is permitted if you are using plates that are 25 lbs or heavier. The 10 and 15 lb plates are too flimsy to be dropped and often bend and break from repeated dropping.
- Dumbbells and kettle bells should never be dropped under any circumstances.
Bringing your child to the gym
- Do you have a favorite workout shirt that has been through 1,000 workouts and is starting to get a little funk to it? It’s time to retire that bad boy! Good hygiene is important. Please keep in mind that during many of the workouts we do, we are in close proximity to one another, and often share equipment.
- If your sick, please stay home. If you have a sick child at home, please be sure to wash your hands prior to coming to the gym. If your child is home sick, please do not bring them to class with you while you workout.
- Please thoroughly wipe down any equipment before returning it to it’s home, and please keep the chalk in the bucket 🙂
- You are welcome to bring your children to the gym while you get your workout on! We only ask that they remain seated for the entire class and are not playing on any equipment.