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RULES AND CONDITIONS @ BAAS SPORTS CURACAO

Everybody is welcome @ Baas Sports but you have to respect and follow the rules and conditions to ensure a good atmosphere and the highest possible level of training to achieve optimal training effects.

• Only come to the classes when you’re 100% motivated, willing to train serious with dedication and together in a group with discipline, honor and respect. Also important to know is that the fees, per month or per class, must be paid cash in advance before the class or before the first class of the new month.
• Show up on time. Better yet, show up 10-15 min early, to wrap your hands, and other things you may need to do before taking a class.
If you are too late and the class has already started, you may only join the class with the permission of the trainer.
• Each member is responsible for personal hygiene, a clean and fresh body, short cut nails, clean sportswear, groomed hairstyle, etc.
Wear deodorant. Don’t wear a lot of cologne or perfume. Wash your clothes. Tie your hair back if it’s long. Use a towel or bring an extra shirt if you sweat a lot.
Shorts generally have bigger leg openings so the wearer can kick more comfortably. Let’s not flash our private parts to everyone by wearing proper undergarments, like compression shorts. We’re here to train, not get grossed out. Also, as a side note to dudes, everyone can see your junk through your sweaty shorts if you don’t wear at least boxer briefs. This makes some people not wanna clinch or grapple with you ‘cause if you can see it, you can definitely feel it.
Wash your hands before clinching and/or grappling. Ever smell your hands after taking them out of your gloves?
• Wearing jewelry/ piercings and clothing with zippers, pockets, or any other dangerous parts (hard and/or sharp) during training is prohibited.
• Have and bring your own gear. To practice in a proper and safe way each member must be in possession of his/her own equipment and training supplies. These items are available at Baas Sports.
If you’re just starting out, it’s understandable that you need some time before ordering your first pair of gloves. But if you’ve been training for more than a few weeks and plan to continue, you’re gonna need to have your own set of gear. Don’t expect your gym to have any on loan (it’s not sanitary anyway). If you consistently forget your gear, make a mental checklist before you leave the house. And don’t forget to bring your gear home!
Wash/air out/sanitize your gear! There is almost nothing worse than having someone at the gym who smells bad! Avoid awkward conversations and confrontations by taking a bit of time to take the gear out of your bag when you get home from training so you can air out your gloves and shinguards.
Shorts and handwraps need to be washed just like your everyday clothes. You can invest in some deodorizer/sanitizing spray for your gear, but airing your gear out usually does the trick (no moisture = no bacteria growth = no smell).


• No out–door shoes on the mat.
Stepping on the mat with out–door shoes brings in all the dirty stuff from outside and can include diseases like staph.
Wearing footwear/shoes is permitted in the case of boxing, but only clean footwear that cannot damage the mat is allowed on the mat.
• Each member should adhere to the instructions given by the trainer and it is not permitted to use materials without the permission of the trainer.
When the trainers are giving group feedback or showing a new technique, be quiet so people (including yourself) and listen and see what’s going on. To learn, you have to open your eyes and ears before opening your mouth
• Don’t spar at 100% (unless you already made sure your sparring partner is ok with it).
Relax when you spar. Wear big gloves (with enough padding) for sparring. If we’re on the same team, there’s no reason why we need to train in a way that will hurt each other. Save that type of for a fight. It’s okay to spar aggressively and catch your partner with shots, but do it in a controlled manner. Technical sparring is key and will get you much further (and less injured) than hard sparring will.
Also, know when to adjust your power against smaller people whose maximum power outputs are much less than yours. Light sparring against someone your size might feel very different to someone who’s 20 kg lighter than you. People are also under the impression that when they spar a fighter that they are going into a brawl. Experienced fighters are the most controlled people you will ever spar with, so there is no need to throw a series of 20 combinations in a matter of seconds.
At Baas Sports everyone should feel safe and have a nice time.
• Have realistic expectations. It takes time and consistency to progress. Keep going and don’t give up.
• It is forbidden to smoke and/or drink alcohol in the accommodation. It is also forbidden to take part of the training if you used alcohol a few hours before the class.
• Drug use is strictly prohibited and leads automatically to exclusion from the club.
• Candy and chewing gum during training are unacceptable.
• During training it is allowed and even recommended to drink water. However, this should be done at the most appropriate times, so between exercises and not during an exercise. To avoid a waiting crowd at the cooler, bring a water bottle and fill it before the class starts.
• Do not abuse what is learned and act both within and outside the sports venue and activities as a sportsman. Do not participate in activities that harm the reputation of the sport or club name.
• Baas Sports reserves the right to refuse a member on basis of an aggressive criminal background.
• Respect the privacy of the residents of De SGR-groep. We only have access to the parking lot and the sports accommodation and we make sure that we do not cause noise, clutter and/or dirt. Inappropriate language is not tolerated. Pets are not allowed. The maximum speed in the area is 5 km per hour.
• At Baas Sports health and safety are top priorities; however participants are fully aware that with the practicing of (combat) sport risks are involved. Entering the accommodation and participation in training, competition and/or any other activity is done at own risk. Baas Sports, trainers and/or representatives cannot be held liable for injuries and accidents of any kind and / or damage, theft or loss of goods. Each member is responsible for his/her personal belongings. The undersigned hereby already now as then to give up all his/her right to bring a damages action against Baas Sports and/or representatives/trainers, which he/she damages could claim for expenses, damages and interest resulting from any injury or injury incurred as a result of sports.
• The member declares to be in a healthy condition.
• Each member is responsible for a valid health insurance.
• It is not allowed to make video recordings at our classes. We from Baas Sports will make recordings ourselves and we will respect the privacy of everyone. If you train at Baas Sports and you don’t like it to be published in a photo or video, just let us know.
Making photos is only possible with permission of Baas Sports and only on the right moments, moments that Baas Sports decides.
The use of telephone, like calling, texting, etc. is prohibited, during classes. You come to train and not something else. Phones have to be turned off or on silent.
• Failure to comply with these rules and conditions may result in suspension.



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