If a client fails to follow these rules and any other rules and/or regulations set, we reserve the right to cancel any membership without advance notice, refund of payment(s) made, or cancel any future payments due.

General Rules

  • No solicitation by clients or guests is permitted in the studio.
  • No photographic equipment of any kind is allowed in or around the studio without prior approval. This includes the use of cell phones to take photographs of other people.
  • Make sure you always have an adequate warm-up before beginning your workout.
  • Please be courteous at all times.
  • Smoking is not permitted anywhere around the studio. This includes vaping and any other “smokeless” products.
  • Do not attempt to repair or adjust any equipment that has malfunctioned. Please report any equipment problems to the staff immediately.
  • In areas where cleaning sprays are not available, use your towel to wipe off equipment after use.
  • Replace all equipment after each use.
  • Bottled plastic drink containers (with a closable lid) are allowed anywhere in the studio. Glass containers are not allowed.

Guest Policy

  • All guests MUST check in at the time of arrival.
  • Out of town guests pay per single session.
  • Area residents with a valid local ID will receive a complimentary consultation.

Basic Rules for Dress

  • For your protection, shoes must be worn at all times off the mat areas.
  • Shoes must cover your entire foot. (i.e.: no sandals, clogs, flip flops or slippers.)
  • Shoes may be worn in the mat area as long as they are not ‘destructive’ to our mats. (see staff for questions)
  • No jeans, belt buckles or loose, dangling jewelry items can be worn in the studio. These items may damage the equipment or cause injury to you.
  • Tops must be worn while working out. Sweatshirts, t-shirts, rash guards, long-sleeve workout shirts, or workout bras are all acceptable tops.
  • Workout shorts must be long enough to cover your butt at all times. This includes times that you’re bending, stretching, running, etc.

After School and Youth Program Regulations

  • If applicable, only approved people listed in the child’s file can pick-up.
  • We reserve the right to remove a student from the youth program should their behavior be considered disruptive to the other students.
  • We are very concerned about spreading infectious germs. In order to maintain a safe, healthy environment for all, we have developed some “illness” guidelines. If your child has had any of the following symptoms in the past 24 hours, please keep your child at home:
    • Runny nose
    • Diarrhea or vomiting
    • A low-grade temperature
    • Cough
    • Rash or infection
    • Any other communicable infection or disease

Medical Treatment

We are not a medical treatment facility and medical services are not provided. Our staff are not medically trained and are not responsible for any medical condition that may exist. To ensure the safety of all members, we reserve the right to deny entry to the studio should a medical condition exist that requires medically trained personnel.


When you come to Combat Mindset, we expect you to come with a few basic etiquette rules in mind. They’re simple, mandatory, and reinforce the philosophy behind what we do:

Be early. If you’re on time – you’re late. Give yourself enough time to check in, change clothes, and warm-up before your class starts. That probably means showing up at least 10 minutes before class.

Check your ego at the door. At our studio, we take pride in having some of the toughest students around, but somewhere… a high school kid is warming up with your workout!

Clean up. Put away your stuff. Clean up your sweat. Pick up your used tape, pens, notebooks, scrap papers, band-aids, water bottles and sweaty clothes. Put away all the equipment you used back where it belongs.

Respect our equipment. Don’t throw our stuff around.

Respect the headphones. Sure, we’ve been known to turn our sounds way up, but still people may want to listen to their own tunes while doing their own thing. People who do this, are basically putting up a ‘do not disturb’ sign so, save the pickup lines for later.

Respect where you are. Absolutely no phone calls, texting, emailing, vibering – or anything else on a phone while in our studio. It’s a waste of your time – and ours.

Respect the environment. Speaking of that, absolutely no hitting on women allowed inside the studio, in the parking lot, or anywhere within a 2-mile radius. Any guy caught trying to pick a chick up, will be banned from the studio and have his membership suspended for 3 months.

Respect our music. Unless you’ve been featured on ESPN, UFC or WWE – do not ever touch our music! Don’t turn it up, don’t turn it down, don’t plug in your own tunes in our system.

Bring things to our attention. If you notice that equipment is broken, lights are out or there’s no toilet paper, bring it to our attention so we can do something about it.

Try hard. Effort earns respect. Work hard. Don’t drag people down with a bad attitude. Be optimistic, have fun and push yourself and those around you to do better.

Go hard or go home. The only way to get better is to increase your performance. Always strive to go a little harder. Never say, “I can’t.” When you want something you’ve never had, you have to do something you’ve never done. Push your limits.

Bring a towel. You always need a towel with you while you’re training to wipe down equipment (and yourself). “Where’s your towel? Oh, it’s back at your house? Then that’s where you should be too.”

Don’t cheat. No one really cares what you do but everyone cares if you lie or cheat. Be honest with everyone else, and be honest with yourself. If someone calls you out for doing something wrong, listen to them. The person standing around watching you work out has a much better perspective on what you’re doing than you do.

Learn how to count. If you lose count, the next number is always 1. If you know you have trouble keeping count, ask someone to count for you.

Come to class. For newbies, make sure you’re staying consistent. For others, don’t start thinking that it’s okay to do your own thing whenever you want to. We have class to improve on the basics and work on the extras. Show up and put in the work.

Take ownership. Be responsible and respectful and take pride in our studio. Don’t let others get away with things that are bad for them or bad for our brand. Remind people to take their clothes with them and pick up their water bottles. If you see someone doing something that you’re pretty sure will hurt them, tell them to cut it out. We don’t care who it is! Safety first!

Greet new clients. We all were the “new guy” or “new gal” at one point. Take the time to greet the newbies. After all, these are the people that you are going to shed blood, sweat and tears (maybe) with. Our studio can be very intimidating, especially when watching some of our clients go at it, so a warm and friendly introduction can really settle some nerves.