As we begin the new year, we are trying to keep the gym organized and clean. You can help us by doing a few things.
1.Please put away your equipment after your wods. i.e bands, rollers, plates, bars and wallballs.
You may have noticed we have labeled shelves according to wallball weight. Please use this guide!
2. Also, the kettlebell rack is organized so the lighter weights are on top and heavier on bottom. Please put these back exactly like you found them and with the appropriate color coding!
3.Since the weather has been especially wet lately, if you could wipe down your "station" with simple green when you are done that would be greatly appreciated. As much as we love to see you sweat, we don't want to swim in your sweat.
4. We are not maids. If you refuse to bring your own water bottle and choose to use the tiny green cups, place them in the new receptacle located next to the water machine. The water pipes, lockers and stationary equipment are not places to leave the cups for the coaches to pick up.
5. We have moved the shelves near the water cooler so you may store your wod journals neatly there.
6. Box Jumps and Rowers: Please begin storing/putting away your boxes on the CEMENT portion behind the rings. Do not leave them directly under the rings on the rubber mats. Also, do not sit on the "STACKED" boxes as they stick together.
When you finish with your rower, please turn it back upright and against the wall to make room for your wodding.
Thanks for keeping the gym clean!
Last but not least, if you have time when you are finished with your wod, stay and support others who are still working out. Let's keep fostering a positive and supportive community!!!
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