The latest Better Us Challenge has started, we encourage you to join in now!
The second Better Us Challenge of 2021 is RECONNECT and began on June 7. RECONNECT will have activities centered around families, and provide activities for parents, children, grandparents, and anyone else in your household to enjoy together!
This four-week challenge encourages you to move for at least 20 minutes and day, five days a week. Weekly themes will also determine what types of activities will happen, including group exercise classes, cooking demos, and more. We also provide resources like a downloadable activity tracker and a Better Us Challenge Facebook group to help you stay engaged. We invite you to partner with us on this journey—after all, a better community starts with a better us!
opt in now to join the challenge
Join the Facebook Group
We’ve created a YMCA of Central Florida Better Us Challenge Facebook group for everyone in the community to come together. Share your progress and tips, send others encouragement, and find a new workout buddy to stay motivated.
Keep track of your progress and goals!
Did you know it’s proven that physically writing down your goals and progress can help you stay more motivated? Use this Activity Tracker and post it in a prominent place in your home so you can see your daily progress and commitment.
If you live in Central Florida, you're part of the Y family.
That’s right, all 3.5 million Central Floridians—and counting—are a part of the Y family. Why? Because we’re a mission-based nonprofit that exists to serve all in our community. So, we’re developing programs and services to help all neighbors grow healthier regardless of age, income, background, or ability.Learn More
Virtual and Physical Fitness and the Y
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