Anyone who trains with us should abide by the following simple rules.
1: Respect each other’s person and skill level.
2: Ensure good personal hygiene.
– to keep borrowed gi suits relatively clean and long-lasting
– because it is socially desirable
– make sure your nails are short and clean
– judoka’s and jiu-jitsuka’s: if you have your own gi, wash it
– cover small injuries
3: Remove all jewelry before training.
4: Punching is not allowed when there is no qualified boxing trainer present.
5: Boxers must wear clean shoes.
– because people have to lie down on the floor (mostly for excercises)
– because the dirt from your shoes will get between the judo mats, creating hell for the judoka’s and jiu-jitsuka’s
6: Boxers should wear a mouthguard if they plan to stick to boxing. It is understandable that newbies have no mouthguard. Do not hit them in the face.
7: If there are any (blood)stains on materials, clean them. Materials should be clean at the end of every training session!
8: You are allowed to use the gi suits provided by De Bongerd. Use a suit that is at least your size or slightly bigger. After use, put it in the laundry basket and put the belt in the small belt basket on the shelf. Make sure all borrowed gi suits are returned and none remain in the gym or dressing room.
9: When necessary, all used gi pants and jackets are sorted, counted, tied together with a white belt and delivered at the reception desk for washing. Two volunteers (suit borrowers) will perform this task, usually every two weeks. These volunteers can point out the next two volunteers.
10: Mats are cleaned by volunteers of De Grondleggers. Help us and:
– Be a volunteer yourself
– Wash your feet before the training
– Use slippers or socks, or at least make sure your feet are clean before you step onto the mat
– When stacking the mats, please put the bottoms down and sort them by color