Youth Fitness

Children and teens in Youth Fitness classes improve their strength, speed, coordination, and endurance. These group exercise classes are designed to introduce young people to a lifetime of healthy living through fitness.

Homeschool PE Registration Required



Age appropriate skill development drills teach general fitness, sports, balance, teamwork, and more. Open to all homeschooled children during the school year and included in your YMCA membership.

Details:

For Home Schooled Children Ages 5-18 | Wednesdays, 1-3pm

Participants will get active with one hour of gym and 40 minutes of aquatic activities with age-appropriate skill development drills, general fitness, sports, balance, and teamwork. One parent from each family enrolled in the program must commit to a full program session.

Parents and Volunteers: Parents volunteer one hour each day and then have a free hour to themselves. Volunteer options are in the pool, child watch and PE.

**Volunteer application, state background check and child abuse prevention training must be completed before the family can begin the program.

Apply to volunteer online at ymcapkc.org/programs-classes/volunteer | Job Title- Mel Korum -Youth Home School Co-op.

Questions?

Please contact Jodie Gould at JGould@ymcapkc.org or 253-460-8978


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Jodie Gould at 253-460-8978

Pre-Teen Fitness Registration Required



Pre-teens of all fitness levels get active and make friends through fun and exercise. With a focus on fitness, activities improve cardio, resistance training, and agility through structured exercise and games.

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Beverly Eredia at 253-460-8977

Teen Fitness Registration Required



Teens of all fitness levels get active and make friends through fun and exercise. With a focus on fitness, activities improve cardio, resistance training, and agility through structured exercise and games.

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Annie Doyle at 253-460-8970

Youth Gym Drop-in Class



Youth of all fitness levels get active and make friends through fun and exercise. With a focus on fitness, activities improve cardio, resistance training, and agility through structured exercise and games.

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