YMCA’s RESET Challenge to Reenergize the Community

 YMCA’s RESET Challenge to Reenergize the Community

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YMCA invites you to join free RESET challenge to reenergize spirit, mind and body

PAWTUCKET, RI (January 5, 2021) – Sick and tired of feeling sick and tired in these COVID-19 times?  The YMCA of Pawtucket with branches in Pawtucket, Lincoln, Woonsocket and Coventry invites all in the community to participate in a free six-week Reset challenge designed to help transform spirit, mind and body.  “Now, more than ever before we need to recharge and refocus,” said YMCA of Pawtucket’s COO, Jeanine Achin.  “The COVID-19 pandemic has worn us down.  It’s isolated us in so many ways.  This challenge provides an opportunity to get active and healthier by yourself or as a strong family.”

Beginning in January 2021, you can opt-in to the free challenge by texting RESET to 855.520.6222  Follow the prompts to sign-up for the challenge that begins in February.  You will receive three texts a week filled with motivation, challenges, workouts and more.   Participating in the Reset challenge will introduce you to a virtual community of like-minded individuals striving to improve their health. 

Everyone is also invited to try the NEW Virtual Y through March 2021 and workout wherever you are.  Free YMCA live and On Demand classes will be available including Zumba, yoga, HIIT and many more.  Programming is also available for children.The complete weekly schedule is available at ymcapawtucket.org; check back often for updates.

You can also participate in a variety of outdoor activities, like pop-up classes and nature walks.  Visit the website ymcapawtucket.org and learn more about the RESET challenge and all of the free community activities.  “It’s the perfect time to take back our lives, reenergize, achieve goals, feel better and stronger,” added Achin.

About the YMCA

The Y is one of the nation’s leading nonprofits strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Across the U.S., 2,700 Ys engage 22 million men, women and children – regardless of age, income or background – to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve the nation’s health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors. Anchored in more than 10,000 communities, the Y has the long-standing relationships and physical presence not just to promise, but to deliver, lasting personal and social change. The YMCA of Pawtucket is comprised of five branches across the state: Pawtucket Family YMCA and Heritage Park YMCA Early Learning Center in Pawtucket, MacColl YMCA in Lincoln, Westwood YMCA in Coventry and Woonsocket YMCA.

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