kid’s room

POLICY

We love that our gym is a family place and that our athletes bring their kids while they are working out. Showing children the value of fitness is so important and what better way is there to teach this than by doing – we all know they love to emulate mom & dad.
Kids Room Rules for Kids & Parents

The kids room is unsupervised so kids must be able to sit quietly and be self-entertained without the need for parent intervention for the entire hour. We have books, puzzles and toys in the kids room. However, feel free to bring handheld gaming systems or tablets, or other quiet activities for your kids.

 

CHILDREN ON THE GYM FLOOR

Children are NEVER allowed to play on gym equipment before, during or after a workout. Rowers, ropes, rings, jump ropes, pull up bars etc. are all off limits to kids. If possible please use the back for entering and exiting the gym if you have kids with you.

 

FOOD & DRINKS

No food is allowed in the kids room. We do not know all the allergies and medical issues of other members kids so please no food in the kids room. It is also a sanitary issue that we keep the kids room clean. If they need a snack, please get it in them before they head in the kids room. Only drinks in “no-spill” containers will be allowed in the kids room. 

CLEANUP AFTER

It is your responsibility to see that your child has cleaned up after themselves. We have some awesome members that will often help corral the kids, but it is not their responsibility to clean up the room. If you bring your child to the kids room please make sure it is cleaned up afterwards.

 

APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR

Children are expected to behave appropriately according to their age group. If a child is disrespectful, abusive to another child or destructive in any way it will be addressed both with the child and the parent. This is not being meant as a disrespect but more of a reminder to the children and the parents that proper behavior will be enforced.

 

SICK CHILDREN

For the safety of everyone involved, parents are asked not to bring sick children to the Kids Room.

 

Lastly, some kids have too much energy to be confined to one room. Some like to climb walls, or furniture, or people. Some need to work on their sharing and cooperation skills. Some can turn a crayon into a lethal weapon. We love ALL kids, but if your kid happens to be one of these, you’ll probably need to find somewhere else to take them while you workout. You know your kid better than we do; just use your best judgment. Safety first!

what They’re Saying

Client Testimonials

“I had been working out in my garage for 3 months. I was successful in cutting the weight I had hoped for, but was left wanting more from my workouts. I decided to do my research on local exercise facilities and came across CrossFit West Richland. After my first trial workout I was hooked. The competitive, yet supportive, environment was exactly what I was looking for. Since then I have competed in 3 competitions with fellow CFWR athletes and gotten in the best shape of my life. The community Chris has built within our CrossFit box is unheard of. I can truly say I have developed lifelong friends in addition to improving the quality of my life because of CFWR.”

– Eddie Rodriguez

“Two years ago I found CrossFit West Richland. At age 46 I have done just about every style of workout. From bodybuilding, P90X, and CrossFitting in my garage. The thing missing from all those years was community. I found that at CFWR immediately. Getting healthier alongside friends and athletes of all levels is just a bonus.” 

– Jeff McMurrich

“What happens when an overweight 56-year-old woman who has never done CrossFit walks into CrossFit West Richland in March 2019? She loses 14 inches. Her blood pressure drops 20 points. She finds a community of caring, motivated people who cheer her every step of the way. And she doesn’t want to stop!”

– Darla Johnson

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