Gym Rules

We understand you come to CrossFit Colossus to break away from the stresses of daily life but there are just a few small reminders we’d like you to know so that your fellow athletes can have just as good of a time as you.

ONLY THE COACH WILL COACH
We understand that you mean well and think that your helping us, but please let us do the job that your paying us to do. Our coaches are fully qualified to assist, guide and answer any question you may have prior to, during or after class. Dumb questions are better than dumb mistakes so please ask us anything you like!

BE ON TIME TO CLASS
Please be respectful to coaches and fellow members to arrive prior to class commencing to avoid disruption. We run a tight ship during our classes to ensure that all athletes get the most out of their full 1-hour session. If you are running late you may be refused to train.

RESPECT THE BOX
A lot comes under this banner, please make an effort for each point;
Equipment – we make it our personal vendetta to provide our athletes with access to high quality equipment and to do so we’d appreciate it if you can give it the respect it deserves. Treat the goods as if they were your own and make it last. You wouldn’t drop your own child so please don’t drop our stuff!
Facilities – please ensure to keep our facilities beautiful, if its clean and tidy please leave it that way. The space is for our Colossus community, not just yourself.

NO CHILDREN ON THE GYM FLOOR
Gyms are not a safe place for children. We have a child minding room (kitchen area) that can be utilised with an inhouse qualified carer during some classes, however the room is available for use by your children if there is adult supervision during the time of your class. In the past we have been very lenient with this issue so we ask that you abide by this rule.
*if your kids are old enough to look after themselves we still ask that they hang out in this room whilst class is on!

james@crossfitcolossus.com.au  0400 255 351 | Unit 1/10 Electra Place, Mornington, TAS, 7018

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