When looking for a new gym you want to make sure it’s a good fit. Your financial investment is important but it’s crucial to find the ideal fit as well. Don’t forget to weigh all these factors as well!
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First Timer FAQs
When looking for a new gym you want to make sure it’s a good fit. What are some key factors to consider:
- Mission and alignment with your values
- Community (are these your people?)
- The vibe (does it feel good to be in the space?)
- The movement (do you like the movement?)
- Schedule (does it fit with your schedule?)
- Cost (does it fit in your budget?)
Making sure a membership fits within your budget is important but make sure you are considering the other factors as well. Schedule a free consult with one of our coaches to review the options.
Both courses are exclusive to new members so you can get started in a comfortable environment. If possible, we recommend the full Foundations Course to get the full experience especially if you like to learn at a slower pace. The Intensive course is good if you need a different option for your schedule and you’re comfortable learning a lot of information in one larger block of time.
After you complete one of our intro session options, you’ll be ready to join our community! All members have a monthly plan which you can choose at any point during your intro course.
If you’ve done kickboxing before and you are familiar and comfortable performing basic kickboxing and exercise movements, you have the option to start with our KUMA Orientation.
Previous experience means that you are comfortable with the following: jab, cross, hook, uppercut, front kick, roundhouse, and squats. The Foundations Course is still a great option especially if you love learning more about technique or if you’re nervous to start at a new studio.
We ask that you are able to commit to at least half of the classes. If you’re unable to make it to one of your Foundations classes, we will offer you a complimentary credit in a regular class.
All new members at KUMA are required to enroll with an introduction session. If you have previous experience, you can start with our KUMA Orientation. Your previous experience should mean that you are comfortable with the following: jab, cross, hook, uppercut, front kick, roundhouse, and squats.
The Foundations Course is still a great option especially if you love learning more about technique or if you’re nervous to start at a new studio.
Our mission is to create a positive and comfortable experience for new women which is why we have designed the required enrollment options listed above. We don’t offer drop-in classes.
Never—we have members from 18-80. Our coaches will provide moderations to every workout! This is a great program that parents and children can do together. Families that train together, stick together.
No. In fact, we love working with new members. Our coaches will guide you every step of the way to ensure you are doing the techniques properly.
Definitely NOT. Most of our new members are either starting or getting back into the journey of fitness. Our coaches will work with you to build an effective and manageable plan.