Originally Posted by Bryan Kemper
Post what exactly is not allowed, not some generality.
If you do that, you get lawyering. It's like an anti-trolling policy on a message board. Only the people behaving impolitely really need to have it hammered out for them beyond "NO TROLLING". Everybody else who behaves politely has very no problem. Assuming everybody involved is cool. Some people, though, with the slightest bit of authority, turn into dickheads. The problem with CrossFitters in many gyms isn't just a couple easy behaviors to list, it's a constellation (just like trolling) of things that abuse equipment, annoy other patrons, and raise risk of injury.