Updated Policies for Kids and Dogs at CFSBK
CFSBK prides itself on being a kid and dog-friendly gym. But in the interest of keeping everyone as safe and focused on their fitness as possible, we’ve updated our policies regarding our favorite tiny humans and creatures. If you have a child or dog, please review these policies.
CFSBK Kids Policy:
- No kids are allowed on the gym floor.
- Kids need to be able to sit in the lounge area unattended, which means they are not a distraction to others, and are not a danger to themselves or others.
- Kids should not be in the way of group class (i.e., when a class is running in and out of the gym).
- The Front Desk staff is not responsible for your kids.
- No kids are allowed behind the front desk.
- Please be mindful of your stroller (strollers are not allowed on the gym floor and must be out of the way of classes).
CFSBK Dogs Policy:
- Dogs that bark, whine, jump, or bite are not allowed at the gym.
- Dogs must be on leash at all times.
- We reserve the right to ask you to remove a disruptive dog.
- The Front Desk staff is not responsible for your dog.
- Dogs are not allowed behind the front desk.
- Dogs are not allowed on the gym floor.
If you have any questions about these policies, please email Info [at] CrossFitSouthBrooklyn.com. Thank you for cooperating with us to keep everyone safe and happy!
(And consider posting in CFSBK Classifieds if you need a babysitter or a dog-walker while you take class! It takes a village…)
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Ken Haller’s Bio
Ken was a nationally competitive gymnast in Newton, MA and at the University of Michigan. After graduating, Ken coached for eight years at Capital Gymnastics in Northern Virginia where he coached regional and national champions. His students have gone on to be NCAA champions and members of Cirque du Soliel. In searching for an activity to replace gymnastics, Ken filled the void with rock climbing and yoga for the past ten years and recently found CrossFit to round out his training.
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