For more than 150 years, YMCAs have provided health and fitness programs as an integral part of their mission. YMCA programs emphasize preventive health care, encourage healthy lifestyles, offer rehabilitative services and are accessible regardless of an individual’s ability to pay set fees.
YMCA aerobics classes are varied to give participants an opportunity to set their own pace while experiencing a variety of styles, pace and personality. Each class, however, accomplishes the goals of cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, strength and toning. Listed below are the classes offered. All aerobics are free and unlimited to YMCA members. Non-members may pay for a daily all-day pass to the YMCA for $10.
Click here to see the Group Exercise Schedule of classes.
Click here to see the Spin Class schedule
The Cardiovascular Room features treadmills, upright bikes, XRide recumbent bikes, Cybex Arc Trainers and Precor ellipticals. There are four televisions to watch while you complete your workout. Eleven of the machines are fitted with transmitters which allow you to plug in your headphones and listen to the TV. This room is open during regular YMCA hours, seven days a week. No one under 14 without a HYPE Certification will be allowed in the cardio room.
The weight room is used by both men and women and is designed for those 14 and older. (Children 12-13 who have earned their HYPE Certification and have checked out a lanyard from the front may use the weight room and cardio room). The YMCA offers several different types of machines including: abs, back, leg press, leg extension, chest press and hamstring. The weight room features top-of-the-line, rubber-encased dumbbells and plates and is open during regular YMCA hours.
Senior Strength classes are appropriate for individuals who are fit and active as well as those who are sedentary, intimidated, unfamiliar with exercise, entering post-rehabilitation programs, and/or those who enjoy a positive social environment. Classes are centered around improving the physical and mental health of every participant, minimizing age-related physical degeneration, and improving all nine health and skill related fitness components: cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and endurance, body composition, flexibility, speed, power, agility, balance and coordination.
Due to COVID we are back down to 2 classes of Senior Strenght workouts which meet Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 AM. We have many options on our Y 360 page here if those times don't work for you.
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*Call the YMCA at (806) 293-8319 for registration.
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