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Photo provided by YMCA These kids are participating in one of many activities offered at YMCA Camp Cedar Ridge.

• YMCA CEO STEVE TARVER SAYS THE ORGANIZATION IS FOCUSING ON “AN INITIATIVE TO GET PEOPLE MORE ACTIVE OUTDOORS” as part of a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the national parks system. The YMCA is working with partner organizations, like Metro Parks, to promote activity in the great outdoors through social marketing and improved trail maintenance.

Get Moving YMCA of Greater Louisville 545 S. 2nd St. • Louisville, KY 40202 502.587.6700 • http://www.ymcalouisville.org/

FINALIST: CYCLEBAR

“Part sanctuary, part rock concert. CycleBar gets you a full-body, indoor cycling workout in 50 minutes through an energetic, multisensory experience in every single ride. Each CycleBar ride can be modified to your own fitness level.” — Katie Kannapell Ryser, owner, CycleBar

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• IN ITS YOUTH PROGRAMS, THE YMCA IS “BEING MORE INTENTIONAL about making 30 to 60 minutes of vigorous activity each day a standard programming expectation,” Tarver says. • THE YMCA OFFERS THREE OUTDOOR CAMP SPACES FOR YOUTH to continue “encouraging our children to become unplugged,” Tarver says. They include Cedar Ridge in Southeastern Jefferson County, Kentucky; Camp Piomingo in Brandenburg, Kentucky; and Camp Honor Bright in Floyd County, Indiana.

FINALIST: JAZZERCISE LOUISVILLE EAST PREMIER FITNESS CENTER

“We help the community by offering a fitness experience that transforms your body, boosts your mood, and ignites your energy.” — Stacie Barnes, owner Jazzercise Louisville East Premier Fitness Center

Today's Woman Now January 2018  
Today's Woman Now January 2018