Flatten The curve

We will be temporarily closed beginning Friday March 20th at 10pm. All door codes will be disabled and Project Strength will remain closed until Friday April 3rd, which is subject to change.

Project Strength is doing its best to support the health care system and the safety of our members, health care workers, and the general public. Thanks for your understanding and support.

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Updates & Announcements

We want to keep all our members and the public updated on COVID 19.

We will also post updates and announcements on social media.

  • March 19th
    Governor Abbott has announced that all gyms statewide must close by midnight on Friday March 20th. In accordance with the Governor's order, Project Strength will close at 10 pm on Friday March 20th. The Governor's mandated closure is a temporary two week closure which will remain in effect until Friday April 3rd.

    As previously announced, Project Strength members and clients may freeze their memberships and coaching memberships. Refunds will also be offered to any members that fit the criteria. You are eligible for a refund if you did not use your membership or coaching membership during the containment period of March 16th to March 19th.

    In order to easily facilitate the cancellation and refund process, please fill out the form available below.
  • March 18th
    Project Strength members and clients may freeze their memberships and coaching memberships with a no consequences cancellation.

    No consequences cancellation means that if you currently have a grandfathered rate you will not lose your grandfathered status upon cancellation. If and when you decide to continue your membership or coaching membership at a later date, then you will be able to resume your membership at the grandfathered rate. More details to follow.
  • March 16th
    Project Strength will no longer be taking drop-ins or new memberships.

    In an effort to lower the risk to our members and staff we will no longer be selling day passes or new memberships. We will stay open as long as possible but will remain in compliance with city, state, or federal mandates. We are also monitoring advisories from the CDC and WHO. We will communicate as often as possible as more information becomes available.

Cancellation & Refunds

You are eligible for a refund if you did not use your membership or coaching membership during the containment period of March 16th to March 19th.

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If you choose to not cancel your membership, you will still be billed on your current schedule.
While we appreciate those who choose to support us and the facility, there is no pressure to do so.
If you haven't been charged for March, you do not need to ask for a refund. You may still choose to cancel your membership.
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FAQ

If you have additional questions, please feel free to reach out to a staff member.

You can email us at theprojectstrength@gmail.com.

Is Project Strength open?

Yes, BUT in accordance with Governor Abbott's recent mandate we are temporarily closing on Friday March 20th at 10pm. We are currently open to current members only. No new memberships are being sold and no day passes are being sold. As soon as we can begin selling memberships and day passes again we will.

Is Project Strength still open 24/7 for members?

Yes, BUT in accordance with Governor Abbott's recent mandate we are temporarily closing on Friday March 20th at 10pm. We are currently open to current members only.

When will Project Strength be open again?

We are expecting to open to member's only on Friday April 3rd. This may change. Because of the nature of this situation, we are staying updated with local and state officials as well as the CDC and WHO advisories.

Is the facility sanitized and clean?

Yes, we are increasing our cleaning efforts and we have plenty of cleaning supplies placed throughout the facility. We have staff members regularly wiping down equipment, cleaning bars, mopping floors, etc. Please help our staff and your fellow members by cleaning up after yourself.

Why is there no chalk in the chalk bowl?

We are trying to limit the spread of germs. No one wants you double dipping in the salsa or the chalk bowl. We have multiple bottles of liquid chalk available as well as hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes available in the chalk bowl.

Can I bring my own chalk?

Yes, you can bring your own chalk. However, we ask that you do not share your chalk with others and you keep it bagged up. Please also be sure to clean your bars.

Important Links

Below you'll find important links that should help in navigating this current situation.
If you need help or anyone to talk to, please don't hesitate in reaching out.