Start Your New Year’s Resolution Early at the Cardio Challenge

Join the Cardio Challenge

Join the Cardio Challenge

RAHWAY, NJ – There is no time like the present to begin your New Year’s Resolution.  At The Gateway Family YMCA – Rahway Branch, December 29th marks the first ever Cardio Challenge, a chance for members of the public, friends and family to come together and try a variety of group exercise classes.

“The Cardio Challenge is a tool to jump start your health and well-being goals,” stated Colleen Clayton, Senior Director of Marketing & MIS, “At the Cardio Challenge you can try a variety of different cardiovascular classes and determine what fits into your New Year’s Resolution plans.”

The Gateway Family YMCA – Rahway Branch is located at 1564 Irving Street, Rahway.  The Cardio Challenge will be held on Monday, December 29th from 7:00pm-8:00pm.  Pre-registration is not required but is available online at www.tgfymca.org/register.  The cost is $10 for Full Members and $15 for Non Members.  Everyone is invited to enjoy an hour of exercise, dance and fun.

“At the YMCA, our goal is to reach as many people in our community as possible,” added Ed  Soder, Associate Branch Executive, “As part of that goal, we offer financial assistance for programs and services so that everyone can participate.”

The Gateway Family YMCA – Rahway Branch is just completing a $3.4 million, 16,938 square foot renovation of the facility, including renovations of existing areas, and expansion into 3 floors that haven’t been in use since the mid-1980’s. The Rahway Branch is also offering membership specials and incentives to those planning a healthier 2015.

For more information on The Gateway Family YMCA – Rahway Branch, please visit www.tgfymca.org or call 732-388-0057.


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