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GYM RULES
 

We've made some important changes.

We’ve updated our Gym rules as part of our commitment towards keeping you, our staff and our self-employed PTs safe while in the gym. Please ensure you read the full gym rules below.

MEMBER RULES ON SAFETY AND HYGIENE IN THE GYM.

By visiting Ultra Fit Ladies Gym you are agreeing to the following rules

You must:

  • Remain aware of the most up to date guidance set out by Ultra Fit Ladies Gym as set out on our website or in gym.

  • Do not visit the gym if you are showing any symptoms of Covid-19 or live with anyone showing symptoms or who has the virus.

  • Follow the social distancing guidelines at all times while in the gym​ as per government guidelines.

  • Wash or sanitise your hands thoroughly on entering the gym and regularly while in the gym.

  • Wipe down kit once you have used it with the cleaning products provided. Cleaning stations and wipes are available in the gym for you to use.

  • We would encourage members from to use their towels on the gym floor, but please do not leave these on equipment.

  • Failure to comply may result in you being asked to leave the gym.

General Gym Rules

  • On joining all members are offered an induction to instruct you on the use of the gym equipment. You are strongly advised to undertake this. Ultra Fit Ladies Gym Limited will not accept any liability for any claim for personal injury if you use the gym equipment having not undertaken an induction from a qualified member of Ultra Fit Ladies Gym staff.

  • If you are unsure as to how to use any piece of equipment you must seek advice from a qualified member of Ultra Fit Ladies Gym staff before use such equipment.

  • For safety reasons, correct attire must be worn when exercising i.e. suitable comfortable exercise clothing and appropriate footwear. Clothing such as jeans, boots, flip-flops/sandals or work wear are not permitted.

  • You may not use the gym whilst under the influence of alcohol, narcotics, tranquilizers or any medication or other substance which may affect your ability to exercise safely. Ultra Fit Ladies Gym reserves the right to remove you from the premises if it reasonable believes you are unfit to use the facilities.

  • We would encourage members to use their towels on the gym floor, but please do not leave these on equipment

  • Can you ensure that you put your weights back in their original place when finished, failure to do so may result in your membership being terminated.

  • Please do not misuse the weights by dropping them on the floor, failure to do so may result in your membership being terminated.

  • Please do not take photographs/videos on the premises or post remarks to the internet that may identify another member.

  • You must not behave in an aggressive, abusive, anti-social or threatening manner to any staff or member, any one doing so will have their membership terminated immediately and Ultra Fit Ladies Gym reserves the right to contact the Police if deemed necessary.

  • Only Ultra Fit Ladies Gym personal trainers are permitted to train members in the Gym unless granted express permission has been given by management. Anyone else undertaking members’ training will be asked to leave the gym immediately.

  • Members are solely responsible for their own belongings whilst visiting Ultra Fit Ladies Gym. Ultra Fit Ladies Gym accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage to personal property.

  • Members are asked to only use the lockers for the duration of their training session. Lockers will be emptied at night and members items removed to lost property.

  • Although we will always endeavour to return any articles of lost property to the owner, we do not take responsibility for any item held in lost property. Such items will be kept until claimed, but for no longer than one week after which time the items will either be donated to charity or destroyed.

  • Members must inform Ultra Fit Ladies Gym Limited of any change of contact and email address or telephone numbers. These changes can be made in the Members area of the Ultra Fit Ladies Gym website.

  • Do not abuse the showers, members must clean up after themselves and remove any shredded hairs from shower trays after usage.

  • By accessing the gym and using the gym equipment members are deemed to have read and understood the terms and conditions of membership.

  • Should your Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire result in you being required to discuss your intention to exercise with your doctor, please be aware that your subscription remains active and any fees collected are non-refundable.

  • Smoking, including e- cigarettes are strictly prohibited in all areas of the gym. Any member found to be breach of this rule may have their membership terminated.

  • Members may not bring any pets (other than official aid dogs) into the gym.

SAUNA RULES
 

We've expanded our facilities!

As part of our commitment towards keeping you, our staff and our self-employed PTs safe while at Ultra Fit.  

Please ensure you read the full sauna rules below.

MEMBER RULES ON SAFETY AND HYGIENE IN THE SAUNA.

By visiting Ultra Fit Ladies Gym you are agreeing to the following rules

You must:

  • Sauna access will only be granted to those on a Premium Membership plan or those who have purchased a premium/sauna day pass.

  • Maximum 6 people are allowed in the sauna at any one time, if the sauna is at full capacity you will be asked to wait and will be notified by a member of staff when it becomes vacant.

  • Failure to comply may result in you being asked to leave the  sauna.

Sauna Do's:

  • Be quiet - Public saunas are a place for silence.  This is a calm, quiet and relaxing room. If you're carrying on a conversation with a friend, do so as quietly as possible.

  • Consume plenty of fluid – Drink water before entering the sauna, due to the temperature and humidity you will likely sweat a lot.  To avoid dehydration, drink plenty of water.

  • Get in and out quickly - Leaving the door open will let the heat out. Close the door as quickly as possible when entering or leaving the sauna.

  • Bring your own towels - It’s hygienic and will create a comfortable buffer between your skin and the hot wood.  You want one to wear, one to sit or lay on, d. Bring another towel to dry off once you leave. (Only bring the first two into the sauna--leave the other outside where it's dry)

  • Behave - You're in a public place, so treat the room and everyone in it with respect.

  • Shower first - This will get rid of any bad body odours, bacteria, and sweat. You want to enter the sauna clean.

  • Dress appropriately - Leave the towel on, wear a bathing suit or wear light clothing.

  • Ask first – When you pour water on the sauna’s heated rocks, it creates a powerful burst of hot and soothing steam, however some people may not like it so please ask permission before pouring water.  You need unanimous consent for this.

  • Tie it up - If you have long hair, tie it up into a knot for comfort. It also avoids shedding hairs for other people to find.

  • Make room – If there is no one else in the sauna, feel free to lay down on the bench, but as soon as more people enter, sit up and make room for others.

  • Keep it tidy – It is your responsibility you clean up after yourself and make sure the sauna is left in  a good condition for the next member.

Sauna Don'ts:

  • Eat - Do not eat before or during your sauna session.

  • Wear workout attire - Do not enter directly after your workout in the same attire.

  • Over-water the rocks - If you put too much water onto the rocks, you can fill the room with excessive heat and make it uncomfortable for others in the room. Ask if they want more heat/steam before splashing water.

  • Use essential oils - The sauna is a small and warm space, do not use any perfumes or pour any essential oils on yourself or on the rocks, this can be very unpleasant to those who have allergies or suffer from asthma.

  • Bring your electronics - Not only will they be damaged by the heat and steam, but you will disturb your fellow sauna-goers if you start chatting, texting, or playing games.

  • Play Music - Reduce the sound of your earphones, be mindful of those around you who may not appreciate your music.

  • Work out - The sauna is a place to relax and sit, not to grunt and groan. DO NOT work out in the sauna.

  • Shave/Groom - The sauna is NOT a place to brush your hair, brush your teeth, or shave. 

  • Relax too much - Groaning, sighing, or moaning will disturb everyone around you.  You need to prevent your relaxation from affecting everyone else's.

  • Treat the sauna as a clothes dryer - The sauna stove is for producing heat and steam, not for drying outfits.

Avoid sauna if:

  • You are pregnant.

  • If you suffer from heart/kidney conditions, high/low blood pressure.

  • You consumed a heavy meal / alcohol within 1.5 hours.

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