Several CrossFit gyms in the US have had to implement new (and strict) cleaning protocols to ensure their members stay healthy. They also have plans in place to do remote training if/when they need to close for a short period of time.
Here’s what we are asking from you:
2. When you arrive at the gym, go directly to the pump pack hand-sanitizer and clean your hands – no IFs. no BUTs. just do it
3. Practice legit post-bathroom hygiene by thoroughly washing and drying your hands – we got HOW-TO poster now �
4. After training, wipe down all equipment with single use anti-bacterial wipes. Everything -> barbells, wall balls, mats, dumbbells, kettlebells, pull up frames, ab mats, cardio equipment: seat, handles, fricken everything, etc
5. Mop the floors – we are pretty awesome at this already, but let’s amp this up even more. Even if you didn’t sweat – we mop #sweapthesheds
6. Practice social distancing – so that means no more high-fives and fist bumps � let’s start working with air high-fives and shoe bumps �
Prepping for a full shutdown (just in case)
In the coming months if we need to close the space for a short time (due to groups of people unable to gather in small spaces) we will be looking at lending out equipment (like a library) to people and providing programming that is great for limited equipment at home.
Workout From Home (if you can’t make it to the gym)
Starting 16.3.20, We’ll be posting minimal equipment, home-based workouts which you’ll be able to access these via SugarWOD – each workout contains a link to a video explanation and demo
At Adapt we want to thrive, be healthy, and be on the front-foot with plans in place, not scrambling to come up with last minute strategies. Thank you for your help in the above. We would rather be overzealous and healthy than sick and regretful
If you’re still a little bit anxious and you’d like to find out more about what I’m doing (at a personal level) to prepare for the Coronavirus, please don’t hesitate to hit me up directly
All the best,