Family Room Sports Activities
Inspire and encourage healthy, active minds and bodies.
Playful movement is one of the keys to a healthy family home. It doesn't matter what you choose to do. As long as your arms and legs are moving, it's good for you. To get 60 minutes of activity throughout your day, just add ten minutes here and fifteen minutes there. It adds up and it all counts, so get playing!
We put together a library of active fun for every age! Try specific sports drills and skills, family fitness games, videos created in partnerships with the Seattle Kraken hockey team, and more!
Explore our library of youth sports activities! New videos, practice ideas, conditioning plans, and fun ways to play and move will be shared each week.
• Swim Conditioning Activities
• Physical Literacy
• General Sports Conditioning Activities
• 3 Sets of Volleyball Conditioning Activities
• Hockey Stick Handling (Video)
• Practice your Volleyball Bumping Skills (Video)
• Basketball Dribbling (Video)
We've partnered with Ys across the country to give kids and families more options to get moving, playing, and practicing sports together.
Stay active with five-minute bursts of daily physical activity you can do anytime, anywhere. The 12Bursts program encourages your children to achieve 60-minutes of daily recommended physical activity through 12 activity “bursts” of five minutes each.
Whether you're looking to fine-tune skills from your favorite sports or try something new to you, YMCA 360 brings you a growing library of online youth sports videos from Ys across the country. These videos are designed to develop basic skills, drills, and performance for all levels.
Join the Y’s community response to provide child care for first responders, food support for kids, shelter for at-risk youth, and outreach to seniors.
Regular exercise is one component of a healthy lifestyle. It can also help reduce stress and prevent illness. From barre to yoga, we've got you covered for at-home workouts.
At the Y, we are here for our community. We've tapped into our network to pull together resources for those who may be experiencing hardship during this time.