Shape Up Shoppe

2697 S. KK Ave. Milw. WI 53207 
414.481.2108
www.shapeupshoppe.com

Updated May 7  
    Pick up your prizes and turn in your sheets from our 21 day lent program. Talk to me and tell me if you need help with some of the directives going forward! Let's spring clean!
Current PM GYM hours: Mon & Weds 4-7:30, Tues & Thurs 4:30-7:30, Friday 4:30-6:30 Call [rather than text so we hear the phone] if the door is locked 414.481.2108
Note:
  • please take off your outside shoes when you walk in  - consider keeping your workout shoes at the shoppe
  • please start keeping gloves in your shoes - especially PM members so you can be ready for anything without notice
  • please keep doing your great job of 6-foot distancing - also during abs, in training room, and by shelves
  • please list your birthday on the birthday poster so we can "celebrate" in class
  • please pay your dues on time which is on the 1st, or better yet pay off your membership & save us accounting fees 
  • please know that we appreciate you for the "extras" for Personal-Training, Family PT, Box Lessons and more .
Memberships are sold by class times and by mornings OR evenings so that we can be contained to familiar, consistent groups so that all of you, and the shoppe, stays as safe as possible. This could avoid or contain any situation to prevent the ENTIRE shoppe being put in jeopardy. Registering for specific class times [as we did for 20 years] also helps anticipate class size. Choose between a 2class per week membership [specify which 2 days] or a 3class per week membership. The gym is included free with 1 complimentary training session. Venmo is our preferred payment method to avoid desk congestion and handling of paper, however we can accommodate other methods of payment when needed or requested.  Our Venmo account is ShapeUp-shoppe
We offer 3 morning, 3 afternoon, and 3 evening classes as follows:
Morning Memberships: Monday, Wednesday, Friday  9am               Current enrollment:    7=3x;  7=2x per week  Open gym hours 8:45-10:15
Afternoon Memberships: Monday, Wednesday 4:30, Friday 5pm     Current enrollment: 14=3x;  5=2x per week   Open gym hours Mon/Weds 4, Tues/Thurs/Fri 4:30
Evening Memberships: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 5:45pm            Current enrollment: 14=3x;  6=2x per week   Open gym hours same as above, call if door is locked
Sat Class is for PM members because 99% enrolled were from PM
Box Class Current enrollment is 20 and offered Wednesdays at 6pm - we will add another class in September or sooner
Open Gym on weekend afternoons are posted here and on Instagram
Note: We are now accepting new and returning [basically new again] members and they express that they feel comfortable with our cleaning and distancing procedures. We as instructors feel comfortable with our screening questions to them and welcome them to the shoppe and hope you all do as well.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO
Laura for all of the cleaning supplies this entire year - all of the wipes, Niner for the paper towels, Martina for many supplies and more, Jayne & Bridget for vacuums, whomever left $100 cash for the roof, all of you that sent $ to GoFundMe now at almost $5000 for the roof, whomever left the wine on my porch with the kind card saying they missed Christmas Caroling, the 4:30 cleaning crew, and the donation checks from home bound members. We have wonderful, generous members. I am here to help with any of your wellness needs - I would like to offer analysis of your HSA scores or lipid panels and how to improve any area of wellness...complimentary
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO MADDY FOR SETTING UP OUR GO FUND ME & TO CHRISTIE [BOXER] AND WENDY [CORAZON] FOR POSTING IT ON THEIR BIZ SITES
Our GoFundMe link is https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-shape-up-shoppe-get-new-roof
Or - anyone can just go to GO FUND ME and find us by typing in Shape Up Shoppe. Please ask businesses in the community to post.
Please ask people you know in the community that have a lot of followers, to post a plea on facebook and Instagram: "Please consider supporting my Gym, the cornerstone of BayView for 40 years, the first and longest existing woman owned business-building combination in Bay View hit hard by Covid The family run business has tried to do so much for Bay View and is hoping for community support to get a new roof."  ....something like that? 

The Shape Up Shoppe Fitness Club Inc. Safety Requirements:

2697 S. KK Ave. Milwaukee WI 53207 www.shapeupshoppe.com

We are a private club for members only & doors lock when class begins. Please be on time as it is difficult to hear the phone.

Do not come to the Shoppe if you feel ill, have a fever, or are coughing. This rule has ALWAYS been in place. We will expand this to include:…and, if you have been in contact with anyone that is experiencing these issues. We will be closing between classes and disinfecting the entire Shoppe including rest-rooms, hand rails, doors, and more. We will ask you to sign the Screening Form upon entering, rather than the sign-in attendance sheet.  We do trust you, and we want you to feel safe. Enter with a mask and keep it on until getting to a spot in class. Keep moving while entering and distance by 6-feet while signing in using a clean pen or bring your own. Keep your gym bag with you and take it room to room with you when switching workout rooms.

Cardio Room

  • 8-foot distancing  provided in the Cardio Room mornings, 6-foot evenings. Stickers are placed on the floor for you to choose a spot. Do not claim a spot as your own.
  • When leaving the cardio room to use the restroom, please put your mask on
  • If you need your floor mat, wear your mask to get it and distance 6 feet 
  • Wear your mask by the shelves to retrieve gym bags and distance after class with masks on
  • Masks are NOT required while cardio [see below] but ARE allowed if you can get enough oxygen.  We do not want to put instructors at risk to deliver CPR
  • Consider a head band to collect sweat on hot days, or a towel under spinner. A allergen filter has been added to our ventilation system.
  • Follow the directions for the up/down stairways. Shoes will be divided rather than all in one place in the locker room.

Gym

  • Wear gloves if clean [your own] at all times or wipe down before and after use. We really appreciate when you wear gloves.
  • Wipe down the equipment with the disinfectant provided after use
  • Only 6 people allowed in the gym at one time and spread out with at least 6 feet of distancing and wear masks.  Spinners have been moved apart

Training Room 

  • Only 3 people at a time to provide 6 feet of distance - this is not a room to chat, use Bamboo room to socialize. Do NOT leave your gym bags or belongings in the training room!

Locker Room 

  • Get in, get changed, get out – 4 person limit, 5 minute limit. This is not a room to chat, use Bamboo room which is inches away to chat.

Bamboo Room

  • Only 6 people at a time – chairs are 6 feet apart and should not be moved

Department of Public Health writes:

It more difficult for the wearer to breathe due to carbon dioxide buildup, which reduces the intake of oxygen, increased breathing rates, heart rate, respiratory rates, work of breathing, and CO2 buildup potentially posing risk to sensitive populations. Wearing a mask delivers less oxygen into the body than when the person is not wearing a mask. It can lead to oxygen shortage, suffocation, respiration trouble, and heart attacks.

Oxygen loss is equivalent to 1–2 % of the total body oxygen consumption at rest, but increases during activity to 8–10 %.

In addition, Scarves, bandannas, tissues, and anything not marked N95 or better (N100, P99, P100, etc.) are not helpful.  "Surgical masks that trap small particles are designed to filter air coming out of the wearer's mouth and do not provide a good seal to prevent inhalation of small particles People with breathing problems (ironically) are discouraged from wearing a mask without getting a doctor's recommendation.  Wearing a mask may actually be harmful to some people with heart or lung disease because it can make the lungs work harder to breathe. Small children, men with beards, and those with lung disease should not wear a mask. The state also recommends using a new mask each day, "if you can”.