New rules from Wednesday 3 March - airbikes, kettlebells, squatrack, drumbells and heavy bag!

Dear Nakamas,

The new rules below will come into effect from Wednesday 3 March.

The e-mail took a little longer than you are used to from us, but we received a message from the municipality after the press conference that the tent had to be moved due to. fire safety. Just a bit of bales, lift the tent and continue again. The tent has now been moved! What else does this mean for you? New round of new opportunities, we have transformed the tent even more into a 'weight base'. There is now not only the possibility to use the airbikes and the kettlebells but also the squat rack and all our dumbells.

The youth hours will now take place outside. This applies to all classes except the judo class! This will take place in the tent due to groundwork.

What else is possible? The class up to and including 26 years old will be given from 6 to a quarter to seven on Tuesday and Thursday, this will be a class in which heavy bag training is given in combination with kickboxing ! We'll leave this to Sensei John in its entirety! Make sure you are already dressed as much as possible to start training immediately.

Heavy bag? Yes, you read that right! We will make sure that there will be a scaffolding before Wednesday like last spring/summer so that those over 26 can also do heavy bag training! This scaffolding will be open for you to fill in during all possible times except youth hours/group lessons. So even more space will be created for training!

We would like to ask you, since we are going to use more space on the site, to come by bike as much as possible and if this is absolutely necessary, to park next to the house in front of the building or with our neighbors bailiff Jongejan and Wisseborn. Please keep this in mind, so we don't have a hassle with enforcement!

As always, we are grateful every day for your support and trust, we hope that we can motivate you a little more to exercise yourself or to join the class. Hopefully we will all be training outside again soon and preferably inside!

One team, one task.

Sensei John, Danique and team Nakama

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