HOW DO I REGISTER FOR CAMP?
Step 1: Download & fill out the camp registration form for your desired season. The summer form can found at the top and bottom of this page.
Step 2: Make payment by stopping in to our store front or calling the studio during our current hours of operation which can be found on our home page.
Step 3: Submit your completed camp form to Facebook.com/SarahFechterFitness inbox OR in house at our store front during our current hours of operation which can be found on our home page.
DO I NEED A MEDICAL RELEASE TO PARTICIPATE?
No, we have changed our policy. In order to participate in a Sarah Fechter Fitness camp, you will only need to fill out the camp registration form. A medical release is only required for campers if appointed by staff after reviewing your form.
WHAT IF I NEED A FLOATING SCHEDULE?
If you are not able to commit to the same weekly schedule for the duration of the camp season due to your work schedule (ex: nurses), we offer a total of 15 clients the option for a floating schedule. These 15 spots are sold on a first come, first serve basis. There is an additional cost for this and a specific protocol that must be followed in order to maintain your floating schedule through out camp.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
Set of Dumbbells 10-15lbs.
Water to drink
Gloves - training glove or baseball gloves for the track
WHAT IF I WILL BE MISSING CAMP SESSIONS FOR ANY REASON?
This year, due to COIVD-19 and the limited capacity for each camp, we will not be offering a prorated price for any reason.
WHERE DO I PICK UP MY T-SHIRT AFTER I HAVE REGISTERED FOR CAMP?
T-shirts may be picked up in person at our store front during open hours of operation. Sizes are first come, first serve.
WHAT PRECAUTIONS IS SFF TAKING DUE TO COVID-19?
You can find our current safety initiatives here. These will be updated weekly to support our safe & slow reopening phases.
Additional safety plans, specific to camp, will be posted in a private Facebook group “SF Games 2020” so that all clients are aware of the precautions we are taking to keep them safe.