YMCA

Great Organization My Review On The YMCA

 

 Hello, welcome to Losing Weight With Pat. This is where you learn about the YMCA.

  1.  Review: YMCA
  2. Varies
  3. Ranking: 8 out of 100

Great organization starts here

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Julissa going into the YMCA for Volleyball practice

      Yes, folks, I’m talking about the YMCA. This will be my review of the YMCA. I want to see you starting to lose weight, and what a great place to get a membership. I know that there are a lot of Gyms out there, to name a few Gold gym, 24-hour fitness and cross fit training, but what makes the YMCA stand out is they are a Christian organization. Also very family friendly.

    A great place to takes the entire family. These will be some of the things I will discuss and then you can make that faithful decision. A great place for Mom and Dad to drop the kids off at the daycare that they offer and go work out.Tthe kids will have fun.

  1. Price
  2. Activities
  3. Programs
  4. Exercise classes

Price

     For everything that the Y offers the price really is not that bad. Sure you can probably get a membership someplace else much cheaper but where will you get something for the whole family.

     Depending what  kind of membership you get. If you get a membership for a single adult it’s about $55.00 a month and you can get a citywide membership for $60.00 a month. Go to any Y in the city. The price for a family anywhere from $70.00-$82.00, depending how many adults and kids and if you get the citywide membership. Prices may vary depending on state and city you live in.

     To me, I think that is worth it considering everything that the YMCA offers. I’m about to get into the activities they offer and special programs. Me myself I have the family membership, citywide. Working for a delivery service that comes in handy. When we are slow I can stop at any Y to get a little workout.

Activities

     You can go workout, swim, shoot some hoops or whatever else you might want to do. They offer swim lessons so if you are the kids can’t swim, you can arrange for some swim lessons. Being a member, the prices are cheaper. They do have a daycare and the staff loves the kids. They go to the Gym and play or they stay in the room they got designed for https://losingweightwithpat.com/best-way-for-women-to-lose-belly-fat

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People working out

     The kids will have a blast. They always promote healthy living. They care about what the kids eat and other aspects of their lives. Also, they promote 1 hour going out for the kids. Because if you think about it being a kid, an hour is all it takes to rid all them extra calories they might have consumed.

     Throughout the year, they have a family night. It’s free to all members and guest. They have a family friendly movie, games, and activities for the whole family. Arts and crafts. Snacks and drinks for the family. I’ve been to a few of these and the kids seem to love it. Makes me feel like a kid again sometimes. That is a great feeling. 

     Now mind you, most YMCA is on the same page but some might offer different kinds of programs. So everything in this review varies. 

Programs

     They have youth sports leagues. They offer soccer, volleyball, and basketball. That’s what I do, I volunteer for 7th-9th-grade girls volleyball. I enjoy it. The coaches teach the basics of the game. From my experience, the kids really enjoy it. I’ve had girls play on my team that  played at their local schools after I taught them the basics.

     The Y offer sports camps which are good. They learn everything from passing in basketball to serving in Volleyball. They really get down to the nitty gritty so to speak. Some of my girls come back from some of these camps and their skills in Volleyball really improves.

     The Y have a spring camp and summer camp. The kids will have fun, swim play games and learn about living a healthy lifestyle. If you learn at an early age about being healthy, usually it will grow on to you into your adulthood. They will come back a different person.

Exercise

     Now I want to tell you about some of the great exercises they have. There is a whole list, but I’ll give you a few so you get the idea.

Cardio

     At the Y, they have active older adult cardio. It’s a low-impact exercise as you move through a variety of exercises designed for active older adults. Increase muscular strength and range of movement. It will help you to your everyday activities in your daily life. Exercises may use hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles and a ball for resistance.

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The front desk

     Cycle. This is probably my favorite class. A heart rate monitor is recommended. Great calorie burner and cardio conditioning. This indoor cycle class simulates outdoor riding with sprinting hill climbing and other techniques.

     Zumba. This is anaerobic interval training to maximize fat burning and total body toning. The moves in this exercise are easy to do and great music while you do this. They also have Zumba for kids.

     That’s just 2 of the cardio exercises they have. There are a lot more, something you would have to check out.

Mind and Body

     Matt pilates. This is a conditioning program that improves muscle control, flexibility, coordination, strength, and tone. Based on proper breathing, good posture, and intense concentration.

     Yoga. Yoga builds a strong body, mind, and spirit. This class incorporates Yoga postures, breathing exercises and a mind focus to improve balance, strength, and flexibility. Yoga is really good to do, helps focus and relax on the everyday life problems.

     There are a few more mind and body exercises that you should check out. See what fits your lifestyle.

Strength

     Abs/core. This is 30 minutes of toning and strengthening focused specifically on the body’s core muscles(abs, back, and hips)

     Body pump. For all fitness levels, this barbell class delivers real results, real fast. They use a barbell with adjustable weights to work for every major muscle group in your body.

     Bootcamp. Enjoy a circuit workout that is great for all levels. Activities include speed and agility drills, athletic step, running/power walking, jump rope, abs, and stretching.

There are a few more strength exercises that you have to check out. It’s worth checking out.

      So now this is my review of the YMCA. The reason I gave a 8 instead of a 10 is because sometimes in the youth program,  they are so disorganized. As far as getting the team together and keeping in communications with coaches and the parents.

      I think it’s a great place to go and lose weight. As you can tell from above, they have a lot of stuff to do.

Final Words

     Please if you have a comment and would like more information about the YMCA, I will be glad to help in any way I can.

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