Baby Boot Camp® Policies
We do not offer refunds under any circumstances. Our Franchise Owners are independent contractors.
Inspiring Wellness LLC (Baby Boot Camp) is committed to safeguarding your privacy online.
Any personal information that you share with Baby Boot Camp will only be used by us to assist you in conducting business with Baby Boot Camp. For example: to fulfill a product order or to provide you with additional information as requested. When you are on babybootcamp.com and are asked for personal information, you are sharing that information with Baby Boot Camp alone, unless it is specifically stated otherwise. In certain cases this will include sharing information with our local franchise owner so they may provide you with additional information or deliver a service to you.
Baby Boot Camp will not share your personal information with another company for any reason.
If you do purchase products online, your name, address, credit card, and other normal information is requested in order to fulfill your order. Any time we ask for a credit card number we transmit that credit card number in an encrypted format. We use industry- standard, SSL (secure socket layer) encryption. Keeping your personal financial information private is vitally important to us.
Baby Boot Camp may, from time to time, send you an e-mail regarding our products and services. If you do not want to receive such mailings, simply tell us and we will block all optional e-mail to your account.
Class Policies: Strollers, Sickness & Safety
We recommend that you bring your child in a jogging stroller for all classes. Non-jogging strollers (other than umbrella strollers) are acceptable, as long as it is safe and stable. Your child must be securely strapped into your stroller for the duration of class, unless you are feeding them or they need to use the restroom.
All children under the age of 4 MUST be in a stroller at all times.
It can be difficult for a mom and child to get through a 45-60 minute class without drama. That’s OK! All of us, instructors included, have had our child melt down during class. This period where they get used to being in their stroller during class is called "stroller training." Just as you wouldn't take your baby out of a car seat while you’re driving, taking a baby out of their stroller interrupts their "training" for Baby Boot Camp classes.
What happens if my child screams during class?
If your child needs you, please stop and help them by tucking in their blanket or locating their snack, drink or toy. If you have an infant, we recommend that you keep your baby carrier (not sling) in your stroller so they can be close to you while you keep moving. Nursing moms are encouraged to stop and nurse their baby if letdown occurs or the baby needs them. Occasionally, despite your best effort, your child may need more attention. We will either ask you to pull over and stop for a moment, or we will jog out and come back to get you. Either way, just know that we have all been there!
Pack snacks, games, blankies, and extra water for your child.
Planning for the worst will make your workout the best. Also, there are times when other moms may have their kiddo dump their snack and may need some help from their friends. We are a group of moms who support each other!
Sharing is great, but….
Sometimes it’s complicated. If your child has any allergies, please be sure to let everyone know. Likewise, please try to bring “neutral” snacks, like crackers, pretzels, or raisins. Also, make sure to leave your child’s most favorite toy EVER at home or tether it to the stroller. Some of our little friends like to grab and dash.
We're not down with the sickness...
If you suspect your child is sick, please keep your child in the stroller for the ENTIRE class. If you have knowingly been exposed to something highly contagious, such as hand, foot & mouth disease, croup or strep, you'll be required to take a day or two off to see if your family shows symptoms. We won’t take offense!
All pregnant women attending Baby Boot Camp classes, irrespective of class format, must provide written clearance from their physician or midwife stating that they are able to participate in an exercise program. This is required two times during pregnancy; once during the first trimester (generally between 6-13 weeks), preferably at the first doctor’s appointment, and again at the beginning of the third trimester (between 28 – 30 weeks). In the event of a high-risk pregnancy, moms may freeze their account up to their due date. A doctor's note is required.
You must be a minimum of 6 weeks postpartum to attend Baby Boot Camp classes. For C-Section deliveries, you must be a minimum of 8 weeks postpartum to attend Baby Boot Camp classes. NO exceptions.
Safe & Effective
The structure of all Baby Boot Camp classes follows the guidelines set by the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the American Council on Exercise. In addition to being trained and certified by Baby Boot Camp, all of our instructors are required to have one or more current group exercise or personal trainer certification from a nationally recognized organization such as the American Council on Exercise, Aerobics and Fitness Association of America, or the American College of Sports Medicine. Baby Boot Camp is recognized by the American Council on Exercise as a Continuing Education Specialist.
Holiday Closure Policies
We encourage our Owners to close their business for the final two weeks of each year. This is done so our Owners can focus on family time, and so clients have the extra time to spend with their families since most school closures coincide with our recommended holiday closure.
We advise our Owners to determine prices based on having a two week closure each year. For example, the price for a monthly unlimited plan is determined based on three classes a week for 50 weeks a year.
Similar to a gym membership, we don't offer a reduced price for schedule changes or closures, as they have already been factored in. Our Owners may provide at-home workouts during their scheduled closure, but this is not a corporate requirement.
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