Do you have an injury (either minor or more serious)? Do you have a pre-existing condition or physical limitation that may prevent you from safely performing some of the movements we do? Did you tweak something in a class a few days ago? Is there a part of your body that just doesn’t feel right but you’re not sure what might be wrong?
If you can answer yes or maybe to any of the questions above then you NEED to make your coach aware before class starts. Not just at one class, but EVERY class you attend. We have 12 (soon to be 15) well trained coaches that can help modify any of the workouts or movements to ensure that you are moving safely and do not cause further problems (or new ones). While injuries sometimes happen, we would like to minimize these instances and keep you all healthy and WODing for many years to come. Don’t be a WOD hero and try to push through pain or injury – make sure you can WOD another day and allow us to help you get there.
If you check the workout and think “oh my shoulder, knee, hip, back, elbow, ankle, calf etc will be fine”, please tell the coach about your injury/limitation anyway. We want to make sure we can prevent any issue from getting worse. Whether you have the same coach for every class or a different one every class, make sure you tell us every time. Just a gentle reminder if you’ve told us before so we make sure we consider all options for the particular WOD that day or if we have not had the privilege of coaching you yet. Please give us a detailed description so we can make the best choice.
Thank you for helping us help you!
Strength – 5RM Deadlift
Toes to Bar
Box Jumps (24/20″)
Deadlifts (225/155# or 60%)