- 1 Can you play basketball at the YMCA without a membership?
- 2 What does AY membership include?
- 3 Does YMCA membership include all locations?
- 4 How can I get a free Y membership?
- 5 What is the cheapest gym to join?
- 6 How many guest passes do you get at the YMCA?
- 7 What is the meaning of YMCA in basketball?
- 8 Are Y memberships universal?
- 9 What YMCA means?
- 10 Why is the YMCA important to the community?
- 11 How do I cancel my Y membership?
- 12 Do Y memberships work at any Y?
- 13 How many YMCA’s are there in the United States?
Can you play basketball at the YMCA without a membership?
No, your child does not have to be a member to participate in youth sports, however, YMCA members do receive reduced registration fees and all the other benefits of a YMCA membership. Learn more about YMCA membership.
What does AY membership include?
Membership comes with privileges Hundreds of youth, family, teen and adult health and well-being programs at no additional cost. Supervised care of your child while you work out, get a massage or meet with a personal trainer.
Does YMCA membership include all locations?
Nationwide Membership enables active full facility YMCA members to visit any participating YMCA in the United States. Community participants and special memberships are not eligible to participate. You will need to sign a waiver each time you visit a Y outside of your association.
How can I get a free Y membership?
Typically a volunteer at our Y needs to work 3-4 hours a week for a free individual membership. Volunteers at our Y work in the child watch room, the front desk, or give tours.
What is the cheapest gym to join?
Five most affordable gym memberships
- Planet Fitness. Planet Fitness advertises itself as a gym for people who don’t like gyms, with ads referring to every Planet Fitness location as a “Judgement Free Zone.”
- Cardinal Fitness.
- Your Local YMCA.
- Gold’s Gym.
- LA Fitness.
How many guest passes do you get at the YMCA?
An individual may be a guest at the YMCA up to 6 times per year. After that, we encourage guests to look at our various membership options and come as often as you like! Guests may use the YMCA facility accompanied by a YMCA member for $5 per youth (up to age 18), $10 per individual and $20 per family.
What is the meaning of YMCA in basketball?
James Naismith, Founder of Basketball. In the mid-1970s, when short shorts, high socks and converse were the preferred uniform, the YMCA and the NBA created the Youth Basketball Association (YBA) to organize youth into recreational sports programs that stress skills and teamwork over winning at any cost.
Are Y memberships universal?
IN EVERY COMMUNITY With Nationwide Membership, members have the flexibility to use participating Y facilities throughout the United States at no extra charge.
What YMCA means?
History and Etymology for YMCA Young Men’s Christian Association.
Why is the YMCA important to the community?
The YMCA is, and always will be, dedicated to building healthy, confident, connected and secure children, adults, families and communities. Every day our impact is felt when an individual makes a healthy choice, when a mentor inspires a child and when a community comes together for the common good.
How do I cancel my Y membership?
Y members are not on a monthly contract and you can cancel for any reason. Simply provide in writing your request to terminate your membership, by the 25th of the previous month. For example, if you’d like to cancel your membership effective June 5th, email your request to terminate by May 25th.
Do Y memberships work at any Y?
No Annual Fees. Workout at any YMCA in the USA for no additional or daily fee. Now, thanks to the YMCA’s Nationwide Membership program, YMCA members have access to all YMCAs around the country and of course, all the Ys around the Triangle. You can work out at more than 3,000 other YMCAs for no additional or daily fee.
How many YMCA’s are there in the United States?
Today, the nation’s 2,400 YMCAs are the largest not-for-profit community service organizations in America, working to meet the health and social service needs of 17.5 million men, women and children in 10,000 communities. Ys are for people of all faiths, races, abilities, ages and incomes.