We know that staying fit and active is our best way to build a strong immune system and stay healthy. Since you can’t make it to our branch right now, the Y is offering a variety of FREE options for you to stay healthy and active from the comfort of your own home!
FROM THE SUMMIT AREA YMCA:
FROM OUR Y PARTNERS:
-- SAY On-Demand Workouts View on-demand exercise classes, workouts and fitness tip videos and moree on our YouTube channel produced by our very own Summit Area YMCA Group Exercise instructors and Wellness staff.
-- The Y360 Platform can be viewed on demand via the Y360 website platform or via the Y360 YouTube Channel offering a variety of your favorite Y group exercise class workouts and is growing daily.
-- LesMills offers a number of free workouts from your favorite LesMills classes! They promise it won’t automatically collect your data and it will remain available to you as long as the disruption from Coronavirus continues.
-- Matrix Master Trainer workouts & Matrix MX4 at Home are challenging video workouts created by Matrix fitness experts and accessible through YouTube.
-- Life Fitness offers free instructional videos for Daily Workout circuits.
-- MOSSA offers both subscription and free workout videos.
Use your TV streaming devices (Ex. Apple TV, Amazon Fire Stick or Roku)!
Apple TV users can use AirPlay or Screen Mirroring to cast the videos onto their TV from other Apple devices via Safari.
- To access the Y360 videos, open the web browser on your device (Ex. Amazon Silk for Amazon Fire Stick) and type in the following URL:
- Or use the YouTube app on your device and search for YMCA 360.
SAY Virtual Workouts
- To access the Summit Area YMCA Virtual Y Workout videos, go to YouTube or use the YouTube app on your device and search for Summit Area YMCA and view the Virtual Y Workouts: Wellness At Home playlist.
- To access the Les Mills workout videos, open the web browser on your device (Ex. Amazon Silk for Amazon Fire Stick) and type in the following URL:
HEALTH & SAFETY WARNING
Physical exercise, in all of its forms and with or without the use of equipment such as blocks, straps or any other equipment that may be used by an instructor, is a strenuous physical activity. Accordingly, you are urged and advised to seek the advice of a physician before beginning any physical exercise regimen, routine, program, or using any suggested equipment shown in any of the videos from the YMCA. The YMCA is not a medical organization and its instructors or staff cannot give you medical advice or diagnosis. All suggestions and comments relating to the use of equipment, poses, moves and instruction are not required to be performed by you and are carried out at your election while viewing YMCA videos. Nothing contained herein should be constructed as any form of such medical advice or diagnosis.
By using this content you represent that you understand that physical exercise involves strenuous physical movement, and that such activity carries the risk of injury whether physical or mental. You understand that it is your responsibility to judge your physical and mental capabilities for such activities. It is your responsibility to ensure that by participating in classes and activities from the YMCA, you will not exceed your limits while performing such activity, and you will select the appropriate level of classes for your skills and abilities, as well as for any mental or physical conditions and/or limitations you have. You understand that, from time to time, instructors may suggest physical adjustments or the use of equipment, and it is your sole responsibility to determine if any such suggested adjustment or equipment is appropriate for your level of ability and physical and mental condition. You expressly waive and release any claim that you may have at any time for injury of any kind arising out of your participation in a YMCA program or use of a YMCA facility against the YMCA, or any person or entity involved with the YMCA, including without limitation, its directors, principals, instructors, independent contractors, employees, agents, contractors, affiliates and representatives.
About the Summit Area YMCA
The Summit Area YMCA is one of the area’s leading 501(c)(3) charitable organizations. Founded in 1886, the Summit Area YMCA has a history steeped in working side-by-side with our neighbors to ensure that everyone, regardless of age, income and background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. Each year, we serve over 15,000 individuals with our free and fee-based programs and services in an area spanning the communities of Berkeley Heights, Gillette, Millburn, New Providence, Short Hills, Springfield, Stirling and Summit. Through the generosity of our members, donors, and partners, we are able to offer financial assistance for our programs and services to those with demonstrated need.