1. Please try to be on time or even a few minutes early. Give yourself enough time to get stretched, changed, and get warmed up. We understand that life happens at times…but if you happen to arrive late it is expected for you to do the entire warm up. In addition, we expect you to stop and listen to the workout instruction and then continue your warm up. Once you finish the warm-up you may then jump into the workout.
2. If you are at the gym during a class or open gym, please park in the parking lot in front of the gym or on the side street. Our landlord has asked only the tenants to park behind the building.
3. No kids in the gym. Kids are allowed to be in the childcare room under the supervision of a Legacy Fitness employee. For the kids to be in the childcare room you must be paying for childcare.
4. No non-members in the gym. Even if they are not working out. They must be a paying member or pay the drop in
5. We require any non-member to have a signed waiver on file and pay the $10 drop-in fee.
6. If you are participating in
7. If you are participating in a trainer led class, you are expected to complete the full warm up. If you have any injuries or need modification we ask that you let the trainers know. They can assist with safer alternate movements. If you are not following the workout and reps that are scheduled that day the trainers may ask you to come back during open gym times to do your own workouts.
8. Please put stuff away, use the sanitizer to wipe up the sweat and clean equipment being used. Pick up your used tape, whiteboards, markers, chalk, band-aids, water bottles and sweaty clothes. Put away all the equipment you used back where it belongs. Stack the boxes neatly, put the bars away, stack the plates in order, hang up your jump ropes.
9. Please keep Chalk in the Chalk buckets. Don’t take it on a field trip around the gym, don’t use it to write on the floor. While we’re on the subject, don’t write on anything except on whiteboards.
10. Please don’t drop an empty barbell. In fact, we ask that you don’t drop loaded barbells. Drop as a last resort. Put things down gently. Dropping weight should be a necessity, not a convenience. Bumpers are designed for emergency dropping, not dropping every rep of “3 Amigos”. ALWAYS keep your weight under control. NEVER drop an empty barbell. NEVER drop a kettlebell or dumbbell.