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YMCA to host ‘Starter Saturdays’ in January

 

Community can try the Y for free, get tips on keeping News Year’s Resolutions

Clarksville's YMCANashville, TN – It’s that time of year—the time when millions of us make New Year’s resolutions, but making them is the easy part. Keeping them is the challenge.

Statistics show that fewer than half of the people who make resolutions keep them longer than six months, but for people who’ve made health and wellness a part of their resolutions, the Y is here to help them reach their goals.

Throughout the month of January, we’ll offer a series of ‘Starter Saturdays’ events where the community can try the Y for free and get advice from our wellness pros.

Every Saturday from 1:00pm to 3:00pm, visitors at any local YMCA will be able to:

  • Sample the Y’s lineup of group exercise classes
  • Get New Year’s resolution tips from the Y’s team of wellness experts
  • Try out the rest of the Y’s state-of-the art wellness facilities
  • Get a free one-day pass to try out the Y again during the following week

Learn more on our Starter Saturdays page or visit our locations page for a list of area YMCAs. Resolvers who can’t make it on a Saturday can also download a free guest pass to try the Y at their convenience by visiting our website.

About the YMCA

The YMCA of Middle Tennessee is a nonprofit, worldwide charitable fellowship united by a common loyalty to Jesus Christ for the purpose of helping people grow in spirit, mind and body.

For more than 138 years, the YMCA of Middle Tennessee has been giving people of all ages the tools they need to learn, grow and thrive. With 28 centers and more than 300 program locations, the YMCA reaches 368,313 lives—1 of every 6 people in the 11-county area it serves—by nurturing the potential of children and teens, improving the nation’s health and well-being and providing opportunities to serve others and support our neighbors.


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