I’m New to Impact! Can I try a class before I sign up for membership?
We do NOT offer free trial class but we DO offer 1-month ($19) and 2-month trial memberships ($36). We found that our clients are able to get to know our gym and all our class offerings when they can try all of our classes for one or two months.
I am new to kickboxing. Which class is good for newbies to start first?
Our classes are geared for all levels of fitness and skill. For newbies, we do recommend our classes that have an instructor and assistant instructor (as shown on our class schedule). The assistant instructor will have a time where new students can learn various punches and kicks that are used in all of our classes.
DO I need to sign up online for the class I want to take?
No, you do NOT need to sign up ahead of time for kickboxing, boxing or any of our group-x classes as they are on a first-come-first-serve basis. Only our specialty classes (for example, acrobatic stretching and aerial silks classes require sign up online).
What equipment do I need? Can I borrow Gloves?
We provide loaner gloves at no charge! We recommend using hand wraps (available for purchase) with your gloves. What to bring? Water bottle, towel and be ready for a great workout!
Is Kickboxing a good workout for me?
You should always consult your physician or other healthcare provider before changing your diet or starting an exercise program. Understand that there is a risk of injury associated with participating at IMPACT! Kickboxing Fitness.
Can Teens & children workout here?
If you are under the age of 18, you will need your parents or legal guardian to come with you to the gym and sign the waiver of liability for you. Children under the age of 13 may only workout if there is a legal guardian or parents working out alongside them and are present at all times.
Can My children watch while I workout?
Children are the best thing in the world! To keep them safe (and obey our insurance rules) children 13 and under must remain supervised by a parent or legal guardian at all times. If a parent or legal guardian can’t sit with them, unfortunately the children will have to stay at home.