Covid Guidelines and Procedures

It’s come to my attention that I should have posted this separate from Labor Day weekend hours because not all of us read the full thing, so please read this full email as this pertains to getting back into indoor training and iin formalized Covid guidelines and procedures.

As we prepare to get back to indoor training, we have concluded that we need to formalize and communicate our COVID guidelines.  

Please take a moment to review the policies and reach out with any questions or concerns. We ask that you use these policies, common sense, and error on the side of caution when deciding to participate in classes. The best way to ensure that our community and gym continues to flourish is to take individual responsibility and not unnecessarily or unwittingly expose members or coaches to the virus. If we work together, make short-term sacrifices of a class here, or a couple of weeks there, we will ensure that the gym stays open and we stay healthy!

Am I exhibiting symptoms; what should I do? 

  1. If you are exhibiting symptoms, do not come to the gym. Play it safe and return to class once symptom-free for 72 hours or after a negative test result.  If you have a fever, in general, COVID aside, it is good practice to stay out of the gym until the fever has passed.  In this heightened time of concern, we ask, if you have a fever or other symptoms, that you wait three days before returning to classes.

I took a test, and it came back positive; what should I do?

  1. If you have tested positive for COVID, do not come to the gym. You may return to class when symptom-free for 72 hours (3 days) AND 10 DAYS have passed since the onset of symptoms or date of a positive test (i.e., if you test positive on September 1, you must stay out of the gym until September 11)

  2. We ask that you contact us immediately to let us know if you or someone that you live with has tested positive for COVID. We will inform members that we have potential exposure to COVID, but we will not share your personal information. 

My Spouse is sick, and we think he might have COVID: what should I do?

  1. If you live with someone or spend much time with a person who has tested positive or is exhibiting symptoms, do not come to the gym. Once the person you live with has not shown symptoms for 72 hours or has tested negative, refrain from the gym for another ten days or until you have tested negative and symptoms-free. Again an abundance of caution will keep us safe and open for business.

***NOTE: COVID-19 test must be PCR or antigen; NO ANTIBODY TESTING will be accepted. It is possible to have active COVID and be contagious while testing positive for the antibodies.***

P.S. We will also be testing out our hybrid workouts in the upcoming days and be releasing another email detailing procedures on rainy days and indoor training when those days come but we will be running hybrid classes with 90%+ of the work still being done in the parking lot and utilizing the rig and space inside during pieces of the workout until the weather fully forces us inside.

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