–Terms and Conditions–

You, for yourself or as the parent or guardian of the minor child that plans to participate in an activity (hereafter referred to as “Participant/Parent”), for valuable consideration given, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, do hereby waive and release the following rights:


  1. WAIVER. The Participant/Parent releases The National Academy of Athletics (hereafter referred to collectively as “NAofA”), and all of its agents, employees, independent contractors and members from any claims or responsibility for injuries suffered by the Participant/Parent in any activities or events conducted by the NAofA. The Participant/Parent knowingly assumes all risks associated with participation, even if arising from negligence of the participants or others, and assumes full responsibility for the Participant/Parent (or its child’s) participation today and on all future dates.
  2. CERTIFICATION. The Participant/Parent, certifies that the child is, in good health and can participate in sports or related activities, and further agrees and warrants that at any time the Participant/Parent believes conditions to be unsafe, the Participant/Parent will immediately discontinue further  participation for itself or its child in the activity.
  3. ASSUMPTION OF INHERENT RISKS. The Participant/Parent for itself or its child understands that all activities of NAofA include inherent risks that cannot be totally eliminated regardless of the care taken by NAofA. The Participant/Parent acknowledges, that while every precaution has been put in place by NAofA there are some types of injuries inherent in the NAofA’s activities, and hereby knowingly assumes all inherent risks of such activities. Furthermore, the Participant/Parent, on behalf of itself, its spouse, heirs, personal representatives, and assigns (collectively “Releasing Parties”) does hereby knowingly and voluntarily, fully and forever, waive, release, discharge and covenant not to sue NAofA for alleged liability from any and all claims arising from the ordinary negligence of NAofA and any of its current and former principals, directors, officers, employees, agents and representatives (“Protected Parties”).
  4. SCOPE. This agreement applies to personal injury, from the incidents or illnesses arising from participation in NAofA activities including, but not limited to recreational, practice, or competitive activity; events; organized or individual training and conditioning activities; tests; classes and instruction.
  5. INDEMNIFICATION. The Participant/Parent also agrees to hold harmless, defend, and indemnify NAofA that is, defend and pay any costs, including damages awarded, investigation costs, reasonable attorney’s fees, and related expenses from any and all claims arising from the Participant/Parent’s or its child’s participation in the activities. The Participant/Parent further agrees to hold harmless, defend, and indemnify NAofA against any and all claims of co-participants, rescuers, and others arising from the conduct of the Participant/Parent or its child in such activities.
  6. CLARIFYING CLAUSES. The Participant/Parent confirms that this waiver supersedes any and all previous oral or written promises or agreements relating to the subject matter herein. The Participant/Parent understands that this is the entire agreement between NAofA and itself regarding waiver and acceptance of risk, and cannot be modified or changed in any way by representations or statements by any agent or employee of NAofA. The Participant/Parent understands the foregoing assumption of risk, waiver of liability, and indemnification agreement is intended to be as broad and inclusive as permitted by the laws of the State of California and that if any portion thereof is held invalid, it is agreed that the balance shall, notwithstanding, continue in full legal force and effect, and if legal action is brought, the appropriate trial court for the County of Sonoma, in the State of California, has the sole and exclusive jurisdiction and that only the substantive laws of the State of California, shall apply.
  7. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND UNDERSTANDING. The Participant/Parent acknowledges that it has read and understands this agreement. The Participant/Parent acknowledges that it is voluntarily agreeing to these terms, conditions, waivers and releases and intends this agreement to be a complete release of all liability, including that due to ordinary negligence by the Protected Parties, to the greatest extent allowed by the laws of the State of California. Finally, the Participant/Parent takes full responsibility for knowing and abiding by the rules of NAofA.