Respect the Class
Lateness disrupts the class. When you turn up late, the coach needs to ensure that you are able to follow on with what is happening and the other athlete’s time is wasted. With this in mind, we ask that athletes respect the class times, and arrive early, spend some time on doing some mobility and be ready to start once the coach is ready to start the class.
Athletes who arrive after class start time = 50 Burpees
If you are more than 10 minutes late, you will be asked to sit out and join the next class or come back another day.
Respect the coach
Listen while the coach is talking, what they are saying is important to help you manage your space for the class and they may be going over points of performance.When something is missed and is required to be repeated, it interferes with time management and the safety of each member of the class.
Do not try to coach other members whilst the coach is coaching. Bombarding a member with too many drills can actually do more harm than good. Respect that the coach has given your fellow athletes the right cues based on their skills and abilities.
Respect the Equipment
Clean up after yourself, put the equipment back after you have used it and help out others if you have finished ahead of time. You will be using this equipment on a daily basis, so it is in your best interest that you take care of the equipment.
If you notice anything broken, notify the coach on duty so that we can fix it as soon as possible.
The best part of our classes are the competitive nature that helps push our athletes just that little bit further. However, the workouts are meant to be fun and give you results. So there is no need to cheat, be honest about your own scores. Learn how to count for yourself and for your team members too.
No place for Egos
All our athletes are here to have fun and get results.
Our coaches are dedicated to help you, so if you don’t know something – speak to our coaches, don’t let your ego get in the way.
There is also no place for negativity in the box, if a coach has asked an athlete to scale a movement or lower the weight, there will be reason’s to this. Do not think you know better and challenge the coach. Remember we want you to get results, but safety first!
Positive attitude and Have fun
The great thing about CrossFit 6221 is our community. We are a close knit family and we support and cheer on our fellow athletes. When you are in the box, be optimistic, have fun and push yourself and those around you to do better. Good attitudes are infections, so we want to promote this energy.
Take care of your mind and body.
If you want great results, combine good training ethics with good nutritional habits. Don’t have unrealistic expectations. Be committed, and then the results will come.
Focus on working out smart, always tell the coaches if you have any injuries so they can keep an eye out for you.
Keep up to date with any announcements or events via our website, or social media (insert social media logos and links) . Regularly talk to your coaches about your goals and your progress, remember we want you to see results. Participating in CF6221 community events and outings will help you build a support network for yourself. And lastly...Share the good word! We encourage you to bring friends and family to join CF6221. We strongly believe that working out in a close community is more fun and gets you better results.
If you are bringing in family and friends, advise the coaches to make arrangements. Do not bring in drop-ins without advising the coaches.