At the YMCA, we offer many opportunities for you to get in shape, feel your best and enrich your life. Group exercise classes and personal training are just a few of the ways the YMCA can help you achieve your fitness goals.

Many of our branches offer adult sports programs which may include basketball, volleyball, softball and racquetball throughout the year. Please see the member services desk at your branch for more information on adult sports programs.

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Join us for our Member Appreciation Days! Every month we will be showing some love to our fabulous members, so keep an eye out for these special happenings.

Group Exercise

The Northpark YMCA offers the most extensive schedule for fitness classes, and all classes are free to members! Prepare for amazing workouts in an exciting environment at the Northpark Y! The Northpark Y has carefully selected the most motivating instructors to help push you during your workouts!

Enjoy BodyATTACK, ZUMBA, BodyPUMP, Yoga, Pilates, Spin, and much more!!

Check out our Group Exercise Schedule!

If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact Pam Frazior at pfrazior@ymcafw.org.

Personal Training

This is where fitness gets personal – and so do the results!  Certified Personal Trainers will design and assist you in implementing a personal exercise plan.  Your program is based on your fitness level, schedule and personal goals.  A Personal Training session is 1 hour in length.

Contact: Jessica Powell, Member Engagement and Healthy Living Director (817) 993-1333 x15 or jpowell@ymcafw.org for more information

Meet Our Trainers

Carrie Steinke

“My name is Carrie Steinke and I have been involved in fitness for 10 years. I grew up as an athlete, playing volleyball, basketball and softball and went all the way on to play college volleyball. I knew then and there that I wanted to stay involved in fitness/recreation/wellness so I received my degree in Exercise Science from Carroll College in Wisconsin. I have since worked in may aspects of fitness. I have worked in corporate wellness, small personal training studios, youth fitness and YMCAs.  I truly enjoy working with all types of people and fitness levels and aspire to get everyone involved in some sort of health and wellness routine to lead happy and healthy lives. My husband and I just recently moved here from Wisconsin so he can pursue his podiatry career and we are very excited to be in the Fort Worth community.  I look forward to meeting you all!”

Dina Antoline

“My involvement with fitness began as a dancer at age 6 and progressed to dancing with a minor dance company in high school and in college dance performance group. In the 80’s, I discovered a love for running, and I started running races in 1995. I have since run 5k, 10K, 15K, Half-Marathon, and 30K races and the Warrior Dash. I love weight training, which I have done for about 20 years and also love boxing.  I enjoy working out, reading, watching movies and spending time with my 3 children, dog, cat, snake, family and friends. I am a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer, and enjoy sharing my knowledge and experience to assist others in becoming their fittest, strongest selves.”

Ask The Dietitian

You ask the questions, and our dietitian answers them.  Here are the most recent Q & As:
Q:  Does eating too much sugar shut down or weaken your immune system?
A:  Sugar can suppress your immune system.  According to Mayoclinic, “Consuming too much sugar suppresses immune system cells responsible for attacking bacteria.  Even consuming just 75-100 grams of sugar reduces the ability of white blood cells to overpower and destroy bacteria.”  Keep that in mind the next time you grab a soda!
The sugar found in processed foods, also known as refined sugar, can be harmful to your health for a variety of reasons.  It contributes to weight gain and inflammation in your body.  Limit the sugar and go for foods that are sweet on their own, like oranges, cherries, grapes, melon, and strawberries.