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Set up a class based on YOUR schedule and skill level. Sign up by yourself or with up to 4 friends or family (price includes up to 5 people).Register Now: Caldwell YMCA View Complete Program Details »
Four week 1 hour lessons on self-defense principles. Set up a class sessions based on YOUR schedule.Register Now: Caldwell YMCA View Complete Program Details »
Tue, 7-8pm (4-week sessions)
Kiyo-Ju incorporates practical self-defense techniques utilizing speed, power and flexibility of karate and the gentle subtleness of Jujitsu.Register Now: West Boise YMCA View Complete Program Details »
MYZONE is an innovative wearable heart rate-based system that uses wireless-based technology to accurately monitor physical activity. It is highly successful due to its accuracy at 99.4%. It is useful for anyone who wants a gamified and motivating wearable.MYZONE monitors heart rate, calories, and time exercising in real time and converts that into MYZONE Effort Points (MEPs).View Complete Program Details »
Each of our facilities with a climbing wall has open climb times available. Climbing helps increase strength, endurance, and build confidence at your convenience. Everyone is welcome to participate.View Complete Program Details »
Try the sport that is the fastest growing game in the nation! Pickleball is a combination of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong. It is easy to learn and is great for players of any age.View Complete Program Details »
Racquetball is a popular pastime is available for all ages and abilities.View Complete Program Details »
Senior Track and Field Club is for men and women 40 years old and better. The purpose of the club is to help athletes prepare for local Masters & Senior track and field competitions. The Coaching/Training will be led by Team Idaho coaches, so you are guaranteed to learn a lot and have a great time.Register Now: Treasure Valley Family YMCA View Complete Program Details »
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