COVID-19

Effective June 20, 2020 

Learn more about the steps that we are taking to increase preventative safety measures for our team and clients with COVID-19. Below are our new procedures for in person sessions.

New COVID-19 procedures as per recommendations through the Centers for Disease Control have been implemented to help ensure safety and well being.  At Fitness Knocking, the health and safety of our team and clients has always been a priority. As the world is taking extra precautions to slow the spread of COVID-19, Fitness Knocking is doing its part with additional safety measures to prioritize the health and safety of our team and clients.

All clients will need to electronically sign a new waiver with new COVID-19 transmission prevention policy which states:

In an effort to limit the transmission of COVID-19 (Coronavirus 2019), I confirm that I will reschedule any in person appointment to a virtual session if:

  • I am sick or experiencing the following symptoms: fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of smell or taste, shortness of breath, unexplained fatigue, dry cough, suspected respiratory infection or any other COVID-19 related symptoms. I am not feeling well I will not attempt to try to ‘sweat it out.’

  • I have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 or been quarantined within the past 14 days.

  • I have traveled out of the country in the past 14 days.

  • I understand that I am required to wear a face mask during the session if the session is indoors with no ventilation, and maintain a minimum distance of at least 6 feet. If sessions are held in a fresh air circulating area or outdoors (in the shade preferably) we will maintain a minimum distance of 6 feet masks are still suggested but are optional.

  • I must avoid touching my face and properly wash my hands before and after the session.

Further, I understand sessions will be denied and I will be charged for the appointment if I do not adhere to the procedures.

Team Safety Measures

Our team will

  • Encouraged to take precautionary measures such as asymptomatic testing and temperature checks prior to resuming in person training.

  • Not bring in our own equipment into your home.

  • Avoid touching your equipment to demonstrate and spot unless a mask is worn

  • Encourage outdoor sessions.

  • Avoid touching our face and properly wash our hands before and after the session.

  • Wear face masks during our sessions.

  • No longer be able to make physical adjustments for the foreseeable future through touch and will instead rely on their voices to guide clients through the movements.

  • Stay home or virtually train clients when not feeling well.