CrossFit Rush is committed to keeping both it’s coaches and members safe from Covid-19. Here’s how we are doing just that. Please note that the recommendations set forth by the EOHU are ever evolving. Since these videos were made, we have added some steps. 1) A Covid-19 screening is done prior to arrival at the facility. 2) Each member of the coaching team as well as member has their temperature taken upon arrival.
What to DO When You Arrive At CrossFit Rush
- Arrive at the gym with a mask on and proceed through the door marked (“A” ENTER).
- Scan the Covid-19 screening bar code and fill out the screening if you did not fill it out via email
- Take your temperature reading by scanning your forehead at the thermo scanner.
- You will be guided to a designated station; this is where you will keep all your personal belongings.
- You will be instructed to wash your hands with an alcohol based hand sanitizer.
- You will be instructed to remain at your designated station for the duration of the class.
- The coach will take your attendance as well as station assignment for each participant.
- You can remove your mask once your equipment has been gathered and your class begins.
- Once class is finished, you will be instructed to wash your hands with an alcohol based hand sanitizer.
- You must now put on your mask.
- You will then be instructed to spray down all of the equipment with the Enviro Solution E65H (7.25% hydrogen peroxide) cleaning solution provided at your station. Wipe down the equipment using the clean cloth provided at your station (green).
- Place used cloth in the bin labeled “Dirty”.
- You will be instructed to wash your hands alcohol based hand sanitizer. You can now collect your personal items and exit the facility by using the designated EXIT door.
CONSIDERATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
If you have been in contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19, You CANNOT attend class until you have completed a quarantine period of 14 days without symptoms or you have received a negative test result. If someone in your household is currently waiting results for a Covid-19 test, you cannot attend classes.
- If you are feeling sick or have any of the following symptoms, you CANNOT attend a class. Please seek medical attention.
- fever- temperature equal to or over 38 degrees Celcius or feeling feverish
- new or worsening cough
- shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- fatigue or weakness
- muscle or body aches
- new loss of smell or taste
- abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting (more common in children)
- skin changes or rash (more common in children)
- feeling very unwell
- You are responsible for bringing all of your personal equipment. Here’s what to pack in your gym bag:
- a pre filled water bottle
- indoor gym shoes (good sole)
- a yoga mat if you prefer to do ground work on your own surface
- wrist, knee wraps, tape (if you need them)
- a lacrosse ball/ yoga ball for mobility (can be a tennis ball)
- a speed rope (your own skipping rope if you have one
- Participants MUST wear a mask when entering the facility, while gathering equipment or going to the washroom and while disinfecting equipment.
- No spectators. If your child is attending a class, you may drop them off and run errands, go for a walk or wait in your car.
- If at any time an instructor at CrossFit Rush observes that a participant is not following any of the above mentioned SOP’s, that participant will be asked to leave and will no longer be able to attend classes.
- The equipment used during class is cleaned by each member after each class under the supervision of the class instructor.
- The floor is mopped after each class by the instructor.
- High touch surfaces are cleaned after each class (door handles, bathrooms, markers, PR bell).
While we have implemented a strict protocol, the risk of transmission is still possible. If we all do our part to prevent the spread of Covid-19 (frequent hand washing, proper cough and sneeze etiquette, social distancing, wearing a mask when necessary and staying home if you or anyone around you is experiencing signs or symptoms of Covid-19), we have a good chance to keep the community safe while enjoying the many benefits of exercising.