Fitness

Y-LOSE IT PROGRAM – Getting STARTED

DATES Sept 30 – Oct 25. This will be an Amazing 4 week health and fitness journey for you!
Goal of the class is to teach you about machines, different ways to workout and learn about all
the Y has to offer for your health and wellness.  Going into a new facility is scary, let us help you
get started right.

 

Y lose it Program – Weight Loss Challenge

You will workout with up to 6 team members interested in kicking up their workouts a notch.
You get access to a coach, you train, exercise and learn healthy habits that will last a lifetime.

Top 4 people that loses biggest percentage of body fat Wins $50 each. (not a team contest)
Basic Fee: Member $90
Non Member $180 (based on 8 weeks)
Limit to 4 teams – 24 participants.  Sign up right away!
Feb 3 – Mar 28

 

Tai Chi

Beginner Classes – Step 1 (20 limit)
This is for anyone brand new to Tai Chi or someone that hasn’t been to a Tai Chi class in a
while. Learn the Basic 8 moves over a 6 week class.  Class is designed for people 60 and older.
Class may help with balance issues. We do recommend 2 Beginner class sessions to feel
completely comfortable with the 8 moves.
Feb 3 – Mar 12
T,TH at 11am OR T,TH at 6:20pm
Classes are 45 min
Fee:  $15 for Members
$40 for Non-Members

Review Tai Chi – Step 2 For anyone that feels comfortable with the Basic 8 moves but wants to
review.   Must have attended a Tai Chi Beginner Class. Please call Jen Brownlow to set up
times.
Chair Class – Get ready for Beginner Tai Chi Class – Learn the importance of shifting and
moving every day.  Please call Jen Brownlow to set up times.

 

 Yoga

Let me introduce Danica Izaguirre.  She has been teaching at the Y for 3 years.  In February
2018, she was certified in Yogafit, Foundations class and in April 2019 she took the YogaFit
Communication class.  As Danica starts on her Yoga Journey, we want to offer some Yoga
Classes.
Gentle Yoga  – Enjoy all the benefits of traditional yoga in a gentler yoga class that encourages
self-pacing, promotes over mobility, and emphasizes safe warm-up and stretching techniques.
Gentle yoga is shorter, less intense workout centered around longer warm-up and cool-down
phases for a more restorative yoga experience.  Gentle yoga is a 45-minute class.
Beginning Yoga – Learn the basics of yoga and grow familiar with the foundational poses, cues,
and breathing techniques commonly used in yoga classes.  Experience a consistent
combination of stretching, isometric holds, balancing, and movement in this 45-minute class.
Beginner Yoga is beneficial for all fitness levels.
Mixed- Level Yoga
Grow your yoga practice in a longer yoga class with more challenging warm-up, work, and cool-
down phases.  This 60-minute class combines repetitive movement with static holds for a full

body workout experience. Mixed-level yoga builds on beginner yoga poses and introduces new
poses designed to increase both strength and flexibility.

Session 1 – 6 weeks
Jan 6 – Feb 13
Session 2 –
Feb 24 – April 2
Gentle Yoga – Monday and Wednesday at 9:15am Studio 1
Beginning Yoga – Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30pm in Studio 2
Mixed- Level Yoga – Tuesday and Thursday at 6:15pm in Studio 2
Prices –
Member:
2 classes a week – 12 classes $50.00
1 class a week – 6 classes $30.00
Drop in Rate $5.00

Non-Member:
12 classes $105
6 classes $55
Drop in Rate $10.00

 

Water Transition Class

Classes can be very intimidating.  This class is designed to help you get ready for our
water classes.  It is a small group and there is more one on one attention. Ask all of
your questions and feel very comfortable before you try out a water class.

October session – Tuesdays at 10:30am- 11am
November session – Tuesdays at 10:30am – 11am

 

Personal Training

This is a program for the individual looking for a one on one workout with a qualified trainer. The workout is geared toward the participant’s goals.

Cost:
30 minute sessions:  
$20 per 30 minute session.
$75 for 4 sessions     (30 min)
60 minute sessions:
$30  per 60 minute session
$110 for 4 ‐ 1 hour sessions

Non‐Member ‐ 1  hour session    $50
Can purchase as many 4 sessions as you want.
Buy 12 at one time and get one training session FREE

Other Personal Training available:

TRX
Synrgy 360
Couch to 5K
Marathon Training
Diabetes Exercise
Parkinson’s Exercise

Group Personal Training

Workout with your friends or let us find some people to workout with.  Still has the same one on one experience but you are also motivated by others in your group.

2 people $15 a person
3-4 people $10 a person
5-6 people $5 a person

Fitness Consultation. $20. This could be but is not limited to: a workout plan, a nutrition assessment, learning more machines in the weight and/or cardio room, and technique classes for body pump, cycling, etc. Limited to 30 minutes.

 

Wellness Coaching

Jennifer Brownlow-Certified Health and Wellness Coach

What’s the difference between wellness coaching and personal training?

  • Personal training is exercise for your body
  • Coaching is exercise for your brain

Coaching package: 4 sessions per month

1 Month $100   *   2 Months $190   *   3 Months $275

 

Hundred Club

JOIN THE CLUB THAT LASTS A LIFETIME!

January 1, 2020– December 31, 2020

Registration is $5 per year

EACH PARTICIPANT MUST COMPLETE THE DESIGNATED MILES IN THEIR
PREFERRED AREA WITHIN THE CALENDAR YEAR.  ALL MEMBERS THAT ARE
SUCCESSFUL WILL BE RECOGNIZED AT THE ANNUAL BOARD MEETING.
ACCUMULATIVE MILES ARE AWARDED AT  500 AND 1,000 MILES.
EXERCISE  FOR LIFE:  Must complete 200 miles running/walking indoors or outdoors.
Work done on the elliptical, step mill, arc trainer can be counted and will be counted
as walking.
CYCLING FOR LIFE:  Must complete 400 miles of cycling indoors or outdoors.
RUN FOR LIFE:  Must complete 200 miles running indoors or outdoors.
WALK FOR LIFE:  Must complete 200 miles of walking indoors or outdoors.
SWIM FOR LIFE:  Must complete 100 miles of swimming.

 

ROCK STEADY BOXING

IN THIS CORNER, HOPE.
For individuals with Parkinson Disease (PD), this exercise group enables participants to fight back against the effects
of their disease through non-contact, boxing inspired, high intensity fitness exercise that can be highly individualized
to each person’s abilities. This exercise group also serves as a major social support and confidence booster for
people living with PD, as they take on their symptoms together, round by round.

Rock Steady Boxing is an international program shown to have a “neuro-protective” effect that improves PD
symptoms and can even delay the progression of the disease. It is offered and led by therapists of CCH
Rehabilitative Services certified in coaching our Affiliate Program thanks to generous donations for Parkinson’s rehab
to the CCH Foundation.

Offered on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 1:15pm – 2:15pm in Fitness Studio 2 at the YMCA.
Member: $15 per month
Non Member: $40 per month
Contact Rehabilitative Services at the Wellness Center (402-562-3333) for more information or to sign up for this
class.

 

AI CHI

This aquatic exercise group is for men and women focusing on slow and controlled total body movements including
diaphragmatic breathing and relaxation. It is offered in the warm water pool at the YMCA and includes music. The
water creates a supportive yet challenging environment for all levels of fitness, flexibility, balance and strength. It is
for anyone looking to improve core stability, balance, and coordination, increase energy, or reduce pain and stress.
Participants must be able to enter and exit the pool independently. Class size is limited.
Basic Ai Chi:
Tuesdays at 1:15pm – 2:15pm

Intermediate Ai Chi:
Thursdays at 1:15pm – 2:15pm
Member: Once $6/Twice $12 per month
Non Member: Once $20/Twice $40 per month

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