So you’re ready to make the leap at LAKMA? PERFECT! We got you! But there are a few essential things we want you to know, to make this an awesome experience for everyone!
The most important thing to remember:
Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your class so you have time to find parking, complete your waiver, and get your orientation on the bags.
On the day of your first class, make sure to hydrate well – both before class and during – particularly if you are not used to high-intensity training. We also recommend that you have a light carb-based snack from our Shake Bar about an hour before class (a piece of fruit, toast, or a granola bar are all great choices).
WHAT TO BRING AND WHAT TO KNOW
When you arrive, you will be greeted by our friendly Front of House team and asked to complete a waiver. We provide lockers, sweat towels for class, showers, and full-service amenities and complimentary toiletries.
AQUA BAGS 101
If you registered for a class from THE BOX, arrive 15 minutes ahead of time. There are 6 basic punches and our coaches will provide a technical tutorial before the start of class to set you up right. It covers everything you need to know for a successful and fun class!
This is also a great time to tell your Coach of any injuries or limitations you have so they can help to provide modifications during the workout.
DURING ANY CLASS
Expect lots of laughs, lots of high fives, and lots of sweat. Your Coach is there to make sure you have good form and are moving safely and effectively, so flag them down if anything doesn’t feel right. And most importantly, remember that this is YOUR workout. It may feel intense at first, as most things do, but you always have the option to walk it out, drop your weights, or take a modification.
Bring a positive attitude. Be patient and kind to yourself! LAKMA is programmed specifically so that everybody can enjoy. Whether you’re new to working out or a seasoned veteran, you can take a class at your own pace and benefit from all that boxing has to offer your mind and body.