[/caption] In an effort to make sure everyone gets to class ready to hit the workout, we’re instituting a late-fee policy: If you’re not ready to start the group warm-up when class starts, your name will be put on the whiteboard as owing a non-perishable food item to be donated to Winnipeg Harvest. We’d prefer a healthy item rather than Kraft Dinner, but we’ll accept any item to start. This policy applies doubly to the coaching staff. We’re getting into serious workouts, and we need you ready to go when class is scheduled to start. Warm-ups are critical to getting your body prepared for work, and we want to make sure the entire group is on the same page and ready to go. If you miss or rush the warm-up, you’re missing valuable time to loosen up, mobilize yourself, practice movements and work on skills, and you’re setting yourself up for injury. You’ll also miss instructions and important details. Some of you need extra time to warm up and come in early to do so. That’s a great idea! If class starts at 7 p.m., please be ready to start warm-up at 7. Coaches have been instructed to mark all late-comers on the board, and if you’re more than 10 minutes late, your workout will be shortened significantly at the coach’s discretion, or you can wait until the next class. We’ll send a hamper to Winnipeg harvest this holiday season anyway, but let’s fill it with donations rather than late fees! Grace period ends: Sept. 28. After that, it’s time for a tin. Thanks!
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