YMCA of Frederick County’s health and wellness center features an indoor track, strength equipment, free weights and training areas. With the different cardio and strength training equipment available, you are sure to find something that works for you.
This web-based training features a virtual workout partner that will guide you through several workouts and keeping up with your nutrition. You have the opportunity to customize your goals and new workouts will be given as you progress.
Group Fitness Classes
Year-round fitness classes are available for every ability and level. Whether you are just starting to workout, you will find a class that best suits you and allows you to participate at your own pace.
Small Group Training
Take your fitness to the next level through increased accountability with a small group of 4-6 people working out at pre-scheduled times. Personal coaching by a nationally certified trainer is included throughout each workout.
Active Older Adults
Specifically designed for older adults, these fitness classes help you build strength, maintain bone density, and improve balance and mobility. These fitness classes accommodate functional abilities sot that everyone can stay fit and healthy.
For individuals ages 11 and over and regardless of your fitness goals, the YMCA offers personal training to everyone. The trainers’ offer expert advice as well as personalized attention as you learn new exercises.
Relax and rejuvenate your mind and body with several massage options including Swedish, deep tissue, sports massage and other types.
Mind & Body
This total workout was designed for any age or fitness level to strengthen the mind and body to help improve core muscle groups and enhance mobility.
Y Teaching Kitchen
The YMCA of Frederick County is pleased to offer community programs focused on nutrition, culinary education and healthy cooking at its Teaching Kitchen located inside the Bernard Brown Community Center at 629 N. Market St.
Diabetes Prevention Program
The YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program is based on research funded by the National Institutes of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) which showed that by eating healthier, increasing physical activity and losing a small amount of weight. In a group setting, a trained lifestyle coach helps participants change their lifestyle by learning about healthy eating, physical activity and other behavior changes over the course of 25 one-hour sessions. The one year program meets once a week for the first 16 weeks and then once per month for the remaining year.