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  • Boston YMCA
    The YMCA keeps residents healthy and engaged in more than 10,000 neighborhoods across the country, but it traces its American origins to the streets of 19th-century Boston. Here, Thomas Valentine Sullivan carried on the mission started in London by George Williams: providing affordable recreation and residence to young men from cities and country towns alike. Over the last century and change, the organization's mission changed to keep pace with the evolving times; today, the YMCA of Greater Boston welcomes anyone interested in furthering the causes of "youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility." This modern mission combines the Y's signature programming with new initiatives designed to keep citizens one step ahead of an ever-changing world. Members stay fit and active with everything from organized sports and fitness classes to lifeguard, CPR, and first aid lessons. But the Y's developmental programs go far beyond bodily strength; their enrichment and leadership courses equip youths with the confidence needed to take charge in their everyday lives, and ESL classes help newcomers to English embark on the next step of their linguistic lives.
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    380 Chestnut St
    Needham, MA US
  • Game Time Training
    Established: 2011 Staff Size: 2?10 people Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Parking: Parking lot Handicap Accessible: Yes Recommended Age Group: Teens Q&A with Isaiah Davis, Founder| Trainer As the old adage says, "Stuff happens." What training do you and your staff have to stay ahead of the unexpected? We are constantly in the field coaching?and attending coaching clinics?to stay ahead of the unexpected. We have the capacity to handle larger crowds, as well as the resources needed to rent extra gym space, if needed. What?s your favorite part of your job? Watching the players improve over time. I also love playing music during our trainings and seeing the kids have fun. Have you ever been a patron of your own business? If so, what was the most enjoyable part? Yes, I have, and I enjoyed seeing myself improve on the basketball court.
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    43 Stone Street
    Walpole, MA US
  • Abington and Quincy Athletic Club
    Channeling more than 60 years of experience in the health-and-fitness industry, Abington and Quincy Athletic Club's management staff has built two family-friendly facilities that aim to bestow each guest with personal treatment. Each building houses at least 20,000 square feet of workout space, including hardwood studios for group classes such as Zumba, Pilates, and Les Mills BodyPump. Cardio and strength gear from Nautilus, Magnum, FreeMotion, and Star Trac accommodates physiques of all fitness levels, from exercise amateurs to those who would rather wall-sit during movie dates. A squad of certified personal trainers and nutrition counselors steers patrons onto a custom pathway to wellness, and childcare services and senior programs broadcast welcoming vibes to club guests of all ages.
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    90 Quincy Ave
    Quincy, MA US
  • Sara Behn Basketball Camp
    Learning happens on the court at Wynn Sports Academy. That's because the academy trades books for basketballs and volleyballs, instilling sports skills alongside life skills such as teamwork and discipline. Their basketball day camp pairs players ages 8?17 with high school and college coaches who teach techniques such as ball passing and shooting. The volleyball camp, which is helmed by the head coach of Curry College's women's volleyball team, challenges students with twice-daily games that boost their serving and volleying abilities alongside their self-confidence.
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    9 Windsor Dr
    Foxboro, MA US
  • Boston Athletic Club
    The Athletic Club, located in a renovated warehouse at 653 Summer, has a variety of weight loss options beyond standard workout machines. Consult with their staff dietician about your unfortunate lard-only diet, and she can guide you towards the in-house restaurant for some healthy alternatives. Da Club (as it's known by clever patrons) offers classes like “Group Kick” (martial arts and boxing), yoga, pilates, cycling classes, and the non-ancient art of “Zumba”— a Latin/Merengue/Reggaeton dance-fitness fusion, or the new millennium’s answer to the 90s sensation of “Cardio Funk”. Lovers of both fitness and dismemberment can partake in a “Legs, Butts and Guts” toning class.
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    653 Summer St
    Boston, MA US
  • The Sports Club
    Getting into shape got a whole lot trendier when the Sports Club/LA came to Boston. The massive space has everything a fitness buff could want or need – and then some. With over 110,000 square feet of space, the full-service gym offers cardio programs, group exercise plans, cycling studios, yoga classes, a Pilates studio, basketball courts, free weights, squash courts, treadmills and stair climbers. Professional Boston sports players and visiting team athletes are often spotted working out here before venturing over to the adjacent spa for a massage; or kicking back at the on-site restaurant, blu, for a great view of Downtown Crossing.
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    172 Tremont St
    Boston, MA US

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