Upon confirmation from AHS 10th Street Boxing is able to offer low-intensity training in small groups.
To ensure we are complying with all covid guidelines we will have a maximum of 6 participants in each class.
Fortunately our focus on small class sizes allows us to transition seamlessly.
We continue to offer time slots for one on one training for our members to kick it up a notch.
-Masks must be worn at all times in the facility, including during low intensity training.
-during one on one, high intensity clients can remove their mask
-No mingling or socializing with other members
-Clients must stay in their allotted workout spaces
-No lingering or staying after class for stretching etc.
-The coach is on site only to ensure guidelines are being followed.
What to Expect
-Log into classes the same as you normally would.
-There will be 6 spots available in each class.
-Each workout space will be clearly market
-Your space will include a heady-bag, skipping rope and Lysol wipes
-Please wipe down all of your equipment when you have finished
-please leave the facility immediately after completing your workout
Please wear your mask at anytime in the facility except during high intensity training.
For high intensity workouts are only permitted with one member in the gym
Group classes will be a maximum of 6 members and masks are required at all times.
There is a 15 minute gap between classes. This will reduce the over lap of members in concurrent classes. We ask all members to depart immediately after class to respect the requirement.
We will not have loaner gloves and hand wraps available. Members will be require to have personal equipment. We have gloves and wraps available for purchase at the studio.
During the 15 minute gap between classes the coach will spray down the 6 bags and all high touch surfaces. Every evening at the end of classes the floors will be mopped, and bathrooms cleaned.
We ask members to not use the showers at this time
Screening for Symptoms
We have sent out an email notifying all members to please not attend classes even with mild illness. We have asked our coaches to watch members closely and if a member arrives appearing ill (I.e. coughing sneezing fever etc.) they will be asked to leave.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Masks are required at all times while in the facility including while participating in low-intensity work outs.
There are masks at the entrance if you have forgotten yours
We will have hand sanitizer distributed upon entry and exit of the facility.
Ted Reno (Owner) will ensure protocols are being followed. We have a sign in system which allows us to notify any members having been in contact with a possible affected member. If advised by AHS Catherine Reno (Administrator) will contact all members having possibly been exposed.