We have very simple to follow rules, these rules will make your enjoyment so much great, so please follow them:
1. Respect the Equipment
Your coaches have invested heavily in the equipment for you to enjoy, so show it some respect. Don’t throw it around or drop it, just because you can. Only drop the bar when you need to, as a last resort or when your safety depends on it. Don’t do it simply because you’re too lazy to lower it properly.
2. Put Your Stuff Away
As well as taking care of the equipment when you’re using it, make sure you always put it away when you’re done. The same rule applies to bodily fluids – nobody wants to find your blood, sweat or tears (we’ve all been there!) on the barbell or rig. Clean. It. Up!
3. Listen to Your Coaches
If you don’t want to be coached, you’re in the wrong place. Even when you disagree with their methods, your coaches always have your best interests at heart. If they tell you to scale a workout, scale it. If they encourage you to go heavier, put more weight on the bar. You’re paying for their advice, so take it!
4. If You’re Not a Coach, Don’t Coach
You’re here to train, not coach, so focus on doing your own thing. Unless someone asks you to spot for them, critique their form, or otherwise requests your help, your advice is probably unwelcome. Don’t be that guy!
Ignore this rule if you see something dangerous going down – your coaches can’t keep their eyes on everyone, all of the time – we all have a responsibility to ensure safety in the box.
5. Respect Personal Space
Personal space should be respected at the best of times, but it’s even more important in the box. Don’t try to squeeze past someone when they’re lifting or mid-WOD. It’s annoying and distracting for the person lifting, but it can be dangerous too.
Be mindful. Stay out of their way (and eye-line!) – at least until they’ve finished their set.
6. Be Accountable
Your coaches can only do so much. Whilst they’ll take care of the programming and class structure, you need to commit to putting in the effort required to get results.
Each time you walk into the box, make a conscious decision to stay focused and work hard. Arrive early, pay attention, make smart choices, and rest when you need to.
7. Leave Your Ego at Home
The box is a place for you to flex your muscles, not your ego. No one cares how fast or strong you are – just that you worked hard. Don’t be a whiteboard warrior. Don’t cheat. Don’t sacrifice form for more reps.
8. Be a Team Player
What’s the best thing about your box? It doesn’t matter who you ask, the answer to this question tends to be the same: the community.
Get involved! Introduce yourself to new members, wait for everyone to finish a WOD before putting away your equipment, and cheer on the people who finish after you. Give your training buddies that extra push they need, and they’ll do the same for you.
9. Know When to Scale
There’s no shame in scaling and, as much as you’ll want to RX each WOD, it’s important you know when to scale. Each workout is programmed with a particular outcome in mind. If the goal is maximum intensity, it doesn’t always make sense to go super heavy.
Take Grace, for example. You might be able to perform 30 clean and jerks at the prescribed weight, with good form – but how long does it take you? If it takes longer than 10 minutes, it’s unlikely you’ll be reaching the correct intensity – so you won’t get maximum benefit from the workout.
If you’re unsure about the desired intensity of a workout, ask your coach – then scale accordingly.
10. Have Fun!
The last rule’s an important one: enjoy yourself!
Have fun, don’t take yourself too seriously, and make some new friends.
11. Kids & Teens Classes
We run closed classes for our kids and teens, what does this mean for you? Unless you are a parent of one of the kids / teens participating in a class we will kindly ask you to leave the gym floor.
*Hat tip to the gents at Kit Box for writing these undeniably outstanding Box rules.
Terms and Conditions
Membership and Cancellation of Membership
The following terms apply to all types of membership with Infiniti Fitness Gym Limited, our membership types are referred to subsequently as ‘Membership’:
Membership Contract Duration
Membership is for a minimum of 3 calendar months. You are free to cancel after this time, as per the Cancellation Policy below. Infiniti Fitness Gym Limited does not operate longer contract periods, but reserve the right to do so in the future, in which case members will be given a choice and the existing 3 month membership period will still operate. If you purchase a membership, Infiniti Fitness Gym Limited operate a 14-day cooling-off period, during which time you may cancel your membership provided no sessions have been used and/or no class bookings made.
Once your initial 3 month membership lapses you move onto a 1 month rolling contract, which will automatically renew unless you inform Infiniti Fitness Gym Limited of your intent to cancel.
Should you, the Client, wish to cancel your membership agreement, a letter of your intent should be sent to and received by Infiniti Fitness Gym Limited – we recommend using a ‘signed for’ mail service.
The minimum notice period required for cancellation of membership is 28 days of your next renewal date – if we receive your cancellation notice closer than 28 days to your next rolling 1 month membership period, you may be required to pay for that next rolling 1 month membership period.
If a Direct Debit or Credit Card or Debit Card instruction is returned to Infiniti Fitness Gym Limited as unpaid as a result of membership cancellation without prior notice, it may result in a charge being incurred by Infiniti Fitness Gym Limited that will ultimately be passed on to you, the Client, and may involve a third-party debt management company if necessary.
Any membership discount advertised or displayed needs to be validated and agreed by the management of Infiniti Fitness Gym Limited. The discount offered for ‘Military, Fire & Police’ is provided for non office based service personnel – the discount is our way of thanking those on the front line, and helping them stay fit for active duty. If you’re a forces veteran we will extend the offer to you so make sure you let us know!
CrossFit Kids & CrossFit Teens
Any scheduled CrossFit Kids class will be cancelled if only has 1 member is booked on 4 hours prior to the class start time.
The CrossFit Kids members remain the responsibility of their parent / guardian, and that guardian must stay inside the gym for the duration of the class.
If the child (both Kids and Teens) is ‘acting up’ and / or disrupting a class we reserve the right to remove them from that class.
Infiniti Fitness Gym Limited reserve the right to operate and take recordings via CCTV of the gym floor areas, including the entrance(s). As we operate kids / teens classes, we take member security very seriously.
Users / visitors of the gym take full responsibility for their vehicle. Infiniti Fitness Gym Limited accept no liability for damage or loss relating to car parking.
Your personal data will never be sold or given away to a third party – without your express consent. We do not store credit card information, all payment method information / data is protected and securely stored by the partner we use for transaction processing.
We reserve the right to update these terms at any point. This version is dated 30 March 2016 and supersedes any earlier versions.