The wellness gurus at YMCA Town Center are here to help you feel a little less guilty this Super Bowl Sunday. It’s inevitable, we’ll be stuffing our faces with wings and various beverages while cheering for our respective teams. Why not use that time to ease your mind and burn some calories! Keep scrolling to see a workout guaranteed to keep your blood pumping through every step of the game.


Is your Super Bowl party this Sunday not exactly the best place to get a workout in? Don’t worry! YMCA Town Center has Regymen BURN and cycling classes on Monday, February 4th for you to sweat it out. Check out their schedule here.



20 Mountain Climbers

Get in the push-up position and without changing the posture of your lower back, raise your right knee toward your chest. Then return to the starting position and repeat with your left leg. That’s one rep. 



10 Jumping Jacks

Jump while raising your arms and separating your legs. Jump again while lowering your arms and returning your legs together. 



30 Second Squat Hold

Place your feet at shoulder-width apart and lower yourself until your thighs are parallel with the ground. Make sure your knees are not farther forward than your toes. 



10 Crunches

Begin lying on the floor with your knees bent. Then curl your shoulders toward your knees. Your hands can be behind the neck or crossed over the chest. 



10 Squats

Stand with your feet a little wider than shoulder-width apart. Then send the hips backward while bending the knees until thighs become parallel to the ground. Be sure to keep your chest upright and your knees behind your toes. Stand upright and repeat. 



10 Tricep Pushups

Begin in plank position (Modification: keep knees on the ground) with your arms straight and shoulders over your wrists. Keep your elbows close to your ribs on both sides as you lower your chest to the ground. Push back up and repeat. 



10 Lunges (Each Leg)

Step forward with one leg (be sure to keep your front knee aligned with your foot). Lower back knee towards the floor and push back up to the starting position.