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YMCA of Sumter
5:45 - 6:30 AM
O-Zone
 
- OPEN (8 of 12 Enrolled)
Richard Geddings
O-Zone is a class where we aim at targeting the orange zone for 15-20 minutes of the class period. This allows participants to move at their own pace.
9:30 - 10:15 AM
O-Zone
 
- OPEN (9 of 12 Enrolled)
Nichole Bartrug
O-Zone is a class where we aim at targeting the orange zone for 15-20 minutes of the class period. This allows participants to move at their own pace.
10:30 - 11:15 AM
Mobility class
 
- OPEN (0 of 8 Enrolled)
Brittany Beier
Small group and personal training will help improve your range of motion (ROM) and flexibility by doing mobility exercises/movements that can help you in daily tasks and activities. Participating can help prevent injury, speed up recovery, and improve performance!
12:30 - 1:30 PM
Tabata
 
- OPEN (0 of 12 Enrolled)
Brooke Welch
4:00 - 4:45 PM
Next Level Fitness (LvL 2)
 
- OPEN (0 of 12 Enrolled)
Seth Waggoner
Teen sport enhancement is a workout class for athletes to help focus on common injury prevention and athletic performance.
4:45 - 5:30 PM
Next Level Fitness (LVL 3)
 
- OPEN (0 of 12 Enrolled)
Sarah Knowlton
Level three of is a barbell strength class that will work on improving power and explosion for sport performance. Participants will learn the fundamentals of lifting which includes: deadlifts, cleans, and snatches. Ages: 13-18
5:30 - 6:00 PM
MX4
 
- OPEN (5 of 12 Enrolled)
Josh Taylor
MX4 programming is made up of easily scalable total-body workouts that integrate best-in-class functional training accessories. Participants receive the direction, accountability and motivation they need to get results. monitor and track your heart rate and calories burned throughout the entire workout by wearing your preregistered heart rate monitor through our unique Y-Zones software.
6:30 - 7:15 PM
O-Zone
 
- OPEN (9 of 12 Enrolled)
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Richard Geddings
O-Zone is a class where we aim at targeting the orange zone for 15-20 minutes of the class period. This allows participants to move at their own pace.