Healthy Living & Fitness Resources
A group for Hunterdon County YMCA Group Fitness class participants to connect and engage in Facebook Live Fitness classes.
HCY Recorded Group Fitness Classes
In addition to our Facebook Live classes are are recording select classes for later viewing on Facebook and our website. To access recorded Hunterdon County YMCA Fitness Classes click button below
YMCA 360: Your Virtual YMCA
Through our Group Fitness Partner, MOSSA, we are able to offer the MOSSA Move virtual workout platform FREE for 14 days. This is a streaming service that you can enjoy at home and includes member favorites such as Groove, Power, and Core, plus new options. To get started, click here. Please note, you will be required to provide a credit card, but it will not be charged if canceled prior to 60 days. If you would prefer not to create a log-in with credit card information, click here for access to 8 of the MOSSA MOVE workouts.
HCY Healthy Living Blog
Get at-home workouts, nutrition recommendations , and inspiration from the HCY Healthy Living Department
Performance Rehabilitation is offering a number of innovative resources for YMCA members.
For Active Older Adults
Special fitness classes for active older adults. The Y has always brought people together. During a time of community-mandated closures and recommendations to shut down programs and limit gatherings, Ys are maintaining connections with their communities at a distance online.
For questions about any of the Healthy Living and Fitness Virtual resources, please contact Teri Saccal, Director of Healthy Living, firstname.lastname@example.org.
HCY Stingray Swim Coach Jamie Sobel has put together special resources for swimmers
9 different yoga routines that are designed for swimmers.
Below is a link for a dryland and ab ladder!
Below is also a link for Free Webinars from Fitter and Faster to help you stay and shape physically and mentally. All you need to do is sign up!
52 Card Pick-Up Challenge
Visit our Kids Korner
Our YMCA child care and program staff are working hard to create fun activity ideas for your children, including crafts, games, recipes, and even ways to stay active.
ONLINE YOUTH PROGRAMMING WEBSITES FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
- National Afterschool Association
- Museum Virtual Tours
- PBS Kids
- New York Times
- Foundations Inc
- Khan Academy
- Homeschool Hideout
- Google/National Parks Virtual Tours
- The Other Goose
Articles and tips for parents on how to handle this time at home with kids:
Together we will make a difference. That has often been our message, and it has never been more true. Learn more about how you can support the community during this difficult time.