Rules

  • NO SHOES ON MATS.
  • No rolling without supervision
  • Use flip flops or shoes when walking outside the mat area.
  • Do not use boxing equipment unless you are enrolled in Fire
  • in the Ring's (FITR) boxing program.
  • Do not enter Shaolin Kenpo (SKMA) side of facility or use any
  • SKMA equipment.
  • Change clothes in designated areas.
  • Change into clean clothes and shower as soon as possible
  • after class is over.
  • Trim finger and toenails to avoid accidental scratching.
  • Adhere to dress code (see below)
  • No slamming.
  • Clean up after yourself.
  • Dirty clothing or belongings that are left behind will be
  • tossed away immediately.
  • Do not train with injuries or contagious illnesses.
  • Be respectful of all fellow students and instructors.
  • Hostility, animosity, egos, and lack of courtesy will not be tolerated.
  • We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
  • HAVE FUN.

Dress Code (Jiu Jitsu)

Due to close contact during jiu jitsu training, dress code is strictly enforced. Wear comfortable clothing that covers as much skin as possible. Remember, you will be in close contact with your training partners. A clothing barrier is recommended. Offensive odors and inappropriate attire will be asked to change. Bring water and change of clothes!

ACCEPTABLE ATTIRE (Jiu Jitsu)

Top:

  • Short or long sleeve Rashguard
  • Fitted T-shirt

Bottoms:

  • Athletic, MMA, or Jiu Jitsu Shorts (try to avoid pockets)
  • Gi pants
  • Leggings

DO NOT WEAR: jewelry, loose baggy clothing, zippers, sleeveless shirts, dirty or sweaty clothing

Protective wear (all ages): mouthpiece, groin protector (for males), wrestling headgear (suggested for long hair)


Dress Code (Muay Thai)

Please do not wear clothing that will inhibit movement i.e. clothes that are too tight, too baggy. You must bring your own gear (see mandatory gear requirements) for class. If gear is forgotten, a limited supply of loaner gear is available. Offensive odors and inappropriate attire will be asked to change. Bring water and a change of clothes!

Muay Thai Mandatory Gear Requirements:

  • Boxing Hand Wraps
  • ADULTS (Ages 12 and up) 12 oz -16 oz Boxing Gloves
  • KIDS (Ages 5 and up) 8 oz -12 oz Boxing gloves
  • Shinguards

ACCEPTABLE ATTIRE (Muay Thai)

Top:

  • Short or long sleeve Rashguard
  • Fitted T-shirt
  • Sleeveless shirt

Bottoms:

  • Athletic, MMA, or Muay Thai Shorts (try to avoid pockets)
  • Leggings

DO NOT WEAR: jewelry, loose baggy clothing, zippers, dirty or sweaty clothing

Protective wear (all ages): mouthpiece, groin protector (for males)