Body Sculpting- A challenging total body workout that incorporates HIIT, circuit training, plyometrics, and weights to improve cardiovascular and muscular strength.
Butts & Guts- 30-minute athletic and functional core and glute strengthening
Cardiac Class- specially created for seniors to increase joint mobility and strength
Dance Fitness- all your favorite dance routines and music guaranteed to get your body moving and burn calories.
Express Strength Train- Total body strength training class in a 30-minute format to get your workout in when you are short on time.
Kickboxing- Kickboxing has returned! This new 45-minute class format will get your heart pumping and muscles working to achieve a full-body workout. Join us as we combine your favorite kickboxing moves with the hand-held target to enhance your fitness.
Morning Movers- 30-minute class created to improve balance, coordination, and strength.
Pacer’s- Free community class for active older adults looking for a way to stay in shape. This class is designed to increase joint flexibility and range of motion while maintaining muscle strength.
PiYO- Combines the muscle-sculpting, core strengthening benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility of flowing yoga movements. You’ll perform a series of high, intensity, low-impact moves that will work every single muscle.
POUND- Full-body workout that combines cardio, conditioning, and strength training inspired by infectious, energetic, and sweat-dripping fun. This class will utilize Rip Stix to pound along to the rhythm of your favorite songs.
Restorative Yoga- This form of yoga allows for the gentle release of tension by holding poses longer and focusing on breathing technique. This a great class for muscle recovery.
Rise & Grind- Designed to meet all fitness levels, Rise and Grind incorporates circuit training and functional movement to get your heart rate up and strengthen your body.
Spin- Indoor cycling class that will deliver a calorie-torching cardiovascular workout that will also help increase strength and stamina in the lower body.
Step Aerobics- An energetic, full-body, cardiovascular workout using The STEP
Stretch & Roll – This 30-minute class is a great way to fit in the all-important stretching and recovery component of your workout. During class, the foam roll will be used, along with various stretching techniques to help increase flexibility and promote muscle recovery.
Strength Train Together- Total body strength training using high-reps, barbells, plates, and body weight. This class is high energy with dynamic music to get your heart rate up, sweat, and push you to a personal best.
Tone It- This class will use elements of Barre, Pilates, weights, and kettlebells to strengthen and tone the whole body.
WOD (Workout of the Day)- Get an effective total-body workout in just 30 minutes. In this class, you will use various equipment and exercise formats to challenge each muscle group and get the maximum benefit.
Yoga- Improve balance and flexibility by utilizing a wide variety of traditional yoga poses to meet all fitness levels. This class is offered at various times to meet anyone’s schedule.
Yoga Sculpt- This is more than just your traditional Yoga class. Yoga sculpt combines Vinyasa Flow Yoga and strength training (bicep curles, squats, etc.) using hand weights. This class will strengthen your muscles and calm the mind at the same time.
Y-Barre- Tone your arms, legs, glutes, and core through intense strengthening and stretching exercises.
Zumba – Combines low and high-intensity moves for an interval-style dance fitness party using Latin and World Rhythms.
LOCATION: Bradford Branch (358-9622)
REGISTRATION: Now through February 4
FIRST GAME: February 10
GAME DAY: Thursdays
AGES: 16 and older
FEE: $325 per team
Minimum of 2 males & 2 female players on the court at all times.
Regardless of whether you are a training athlete or someone that seeks better fitness, this metabolic training gives a total body conditioning outcome. From strength to cardiovascular, core engagement to balance, this training method works in a circuit manner around the PurMotion stat
Fee: $16 Member/$27 Non-members
Fee: $32 Members/$64 Non-members
The Fitness Branch will be offering fitness evaluations to members and non-members. During this evaluation, the participant will become aware of their measurements, body fat, cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, and flexibility, through various fitness tests. Non-members may get $30 off their joining fee if they get an evaluation and join the Y!
During orientation, a staff member will assess your health history and show you how to use our strength machines. Our staff will get you started with a simple exercise routine to get your program going. This service is free to our members.
After completing your FREE orientation on the Matrix equipment, you may receive additional instruction as needed up to 5 sessions. $10 per session for Members only. Call the Fitness Branch to schedule an appointment. (361-0268)
Location: Fitness Center
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With our trainer Sybilla. Sybilla focuses on functional movement training.
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James is a certified personal trainer through the American Council on Exercise (ACE). He specializes in training for strength, weight loss, and functional fitness. He really enjoys working with individuals that are new to the gym & want a fresh start in fitness.
James has been active his entire life. In high school, he played football and is a 20-year Veteran/Retiree of the military. While in the service, he served as a Physical Fitness Leader & was actively involved in conducting fitness assessments and helped individuals maintain physical readiness. He enjoys Crossfit-style workouts, MOSSA Power Training & Yoga.
Kristi graduated from West Alabama with a Bachelor’s in Athletic Training and a minor in psychology. Kristi owned and operated an independent gym for five years before working with the Y.
She has a heart for helping others, and she finds that her ability to empathize with her clients and all people help her clients achieve results.
Sybilla was born and raised in Amsterdam, Netherlands. She moved to the US after becoming a physical therapist. She began training at the Prattville YMCA after raising her four children.
Sybilla takes a functional approach to her training, focusing on improving strength, balance, coordination, and flexibility. Many of her clients come to her while recovering from injury and/or surgery. In her spare time, Sybilla enjoys playing golf, reading, and completing challenging jigsaw puzzles.
Zach graduated from AUM with a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science. He is currently finishing his Master’s in Sports Management/ Administration from Troy.
Zach grew up in Prattville and played baseball at Prattville High School. Zach loves to make working out fun for his clients.
When Zach isn’t training, you will most likely find him fishing, hunting, or watching Atlanta Braves baseball.
Katie obtained her certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is currently working on her certification in Nutrition Coaching and Corrective Exercise Specialization.
She started her fitness career as a certified Group Exercise instructor, and she loves to incorporate different exercise techniques into her training to fit her clients’ needs. Katie is passionate about helping others achieve their fitness goals and sharing her knowledge.
When Katie isn’t at the gym, you will find her spending time with her husband and two children.
David is a graduate of the Mt. Zion School of Ministry and Auburn University of Montgomery, where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and is an ACE CPT.
David enjoys helping others reach their fitness goals. He believes that when you achieve your health goals, you become more confident in your everyday life.
When David isn’t training, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, reading, or lifting weights at the gym.
“My personal training experience has changed me mentally and physically. I started this journey in October 2017. My goal was to lose weight and tone up. The weight loss is ongoing, but each month I can see my body image changing. My trainer has taught me that diets come and go, but a healthy plan for eating lasts a lifetime. I’ve made the commitment to be healthy and my trainer is showing me the way.”
Introduction to Exercise is new a addition to our Spring Programs. This class is designed to help you get back into the groove of exercising on a regular routine. Introduction to Exercise incorporates elements of many of our group exercise programs and will introduce you to the proper form and function of exercise techniques. You will also begin to build your cardio capacity. At the completion of this three-month program (January 3 to March 31, 2022), you will be able to move into any of our classes with the confidence and satisfaction of reaching a higher level of fitness.
Spin is an indoor cycling class that delivers a high-intensity calorie burn for all participants. This class is designed to work your endurance and build your cardiovascular system. However, our talented instructors will help you develop your perfect Spin. Beginners are welcome and you can develop a strong heart, lungs, and legs while enjoying upbeat and inspiring music that takes you up hills, along flats, and through many great adventures.
LOCATION: BRADFORD BRANCH (358-9622)
DAYS: MON, WED & FRI
TIMES: 5:15 – 6:00 AM
DAYS: TUES & THURS
TIMES: 8:30 – 9:30 AM
DAYS: TUES & THURS
TIMES: 6:00 – 6:45 PM
STRENGTH TRAIN CLASSES:
Mon, Wed & Fri 8:30-9:30 AM
Mon 5:00-6:00 PM
Thurs 5:00- 6:00 PM
Saturday 8:15-9:15 AM
A fun class incorporating various fitness techniques and principles to help kids develop aerobic endurance, muscular strength, flexibility, and a love of exercise.
|Ages:||6 – 11 years old|
|Days:||Tues & Thurs|
|Times:||4:00 – 5:00 P.M.|
|Monthly Fee:||$22 Members / $43 Non-members|
|Sessions:||Jan 11 – 27 ~ Feb 1 – 24|
|Mar 1 – 31 ~ Apr 5 – 28|
Challenging and fun workout class that will help teens improve their fitness level through interval, circuit, strength & aerobic training.
|Ages:||11 – 15 years old|
|Days:||Mon, Wed & Fri|
|Time:||4:00 – 5:00 P.M.|
|Monthly Fee:||$32 Member/$53 Non-members|
|Sessions:||Jan 10 – 31 ~ Feb 2 – 28|
|Mar 2 – 30 ~ Apr 1 – 29|
|Days:||Monday – Friday|
|Times:||4:00 – 7:00 P.M.|
|Ages:||7 & up|
Classes will be divided into two groups:
Kindergarten – 3rd ~ 4th – 6th grade
Ages: Kindergarten – 6th grade
Days: Monday & Wednesday
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 P.M.
Monthly Fee: Members $22 per child with a family max of $60
Non-members: $45 per child
The Fitness Branch offers two racquetball courts & two tennis courts. Please make reservations 2 days in advance for racquetball court.
Time limit: 1 hour
Fee: Free to Members
We are learning every day that there are ways in which people with Parkinson’s disease can enhance their quality of life and even build impressive power, strength, flexibility and speed! By exercising with coaches who know the ropes, you can fight your way out of the corner and start to feel and function better. This is a non-contact boxing class that has proven that anyone, at any level of Parkinson’s, can actually lessen their symptoms and lead a healthier, happier life.
LOCATION: Fitness Center (361-0268)
Evaluations: $60 evaluation fee that includes a pair of gloves
Days & Time: Mon, Wed & Fri at 11:30 A.M.
Fee: $127 for 12 sessions / $21 for a single class
Has your doctor prescribed an exercise program? The Y offers a specialized exercise program for those needing a supervised exercise program. Kardiac Kids is free with your Y membership.
MON, WED & FRI