Memberships, multi-packs and single-visit passes are available to adults only (18 and above). Minors (under 18) are allowed in the facility when accompanied by PTC training staff (Sport Training program).
Beverages are permitted provided they are in a sealed container only (no glass containers).
No food is permitted in the PTC gym or on the running track.
Behaviors in the PTC change room facilities must be respectful. All belongings should be stored inside a day locker, leaving bench space clear (if desired, shoes can be neatly stored under benches). The complimentary towel service should not be abused. Members are responsible for the security of their belongings (locks may be used for day use).
Cell phone use is limited to personal music access only (calls are restricted to change rooms only).
Annual and monthly members have the ability to pre-register online for Strength and Cardio Circuit classes up to 30 minutes before the start of a class. Members, drop-ins (single visit), and multi-pack holders can visit the PTC Guest Services desk up to 30 minutes prior to the start of any class to register, subject to availability. To minimize disruption, latecomers are not allowed to join a Circuit class after the scheduled start time; repeat occurrences will result in termination of the Circuit class benefit.
Proper hydration is required for Strength and Cardio Circuit classes. Participants should be amply hydrated prior to the start of class, in addition to having water available for the duration of the class. Please let your instructor know if you feel light headed, dizzy or nauseous, as well as informing them of any health concerns you may have that could potentially affect your participation.
Personal training must be facilitated with a PTC-provided trainer. External service providers (personal trainers and other) are not permitted in the facility. Any individual who is conducting or is suspected of conducting personal training/coaching with a PTC member, who is not a PTC-provided trainer, will have membership privileges reviewed and/or revoked. An individual may be suspected of personal training if he/she does (but is not limited to) the following:
- Writing and/or designing a program for a patron.
- Explaining and providing exercise technique to a patron or group of patrons.
- Meeting with the same individual on a frequent basis.
- Meeting with several different individuals within a given time period.
- Directing exercise order for a patron.
- Collecting or receiving payment from a patron for a session.
- Assisting a patron with spotting, technique, or any specific instruction, but not exercising with that individual.
Absolutely no illegal drug use is permitted in the facility.
Solicitation is not permitted.