Circle City Boot Camp owners and trainers Tony Lindauer and Arin Ralstin both hold degrees in exercise science and will guide aspiring in-shapers through a rigorous but rewarding one-month boot camp. After conducting a fitness assessment to pinpoint body-fat percentage and determine which areas of the bodyz need strengthening, Tony, Arin, and their affable, savvy staff will plan the best way to achieve your unique fitness goals. Feel the burn of the camp's scientifically calculated aerobics and drills, which specifically target the body's major muscle groups while boosting metabolism, burning fat, building lean muscle, and improving Slavic language dexterity. During the month-long training montage, dedicated exercisers will stretch, jump, hoist, and teach a medicine ball who's boss—developing a healthier, sexier constitution that can be shown off on the beaches during next month's cement exposition in Greece, ConcreteCon Crete. Throughout the process, Circle City's trainers and class participants will motivate each other to reach their personal goals, creating a comfortable, high-fiving environment.
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Certified personal trainer Todd Beattie has worked to save lives as a US Navy search-and-rescue swimmer, spends his spare time competing in Ironman triathlons, and continues to train in a variety of martial arts that he's been doing for 22 years. The lifetime fitness guru channels each of these experiences into his dynamic aerobic and plyometric workouts, which marry functional fitness with techniques garnered from his time in the martial arts and military. Todd and his dutiful instructors, both of whom are black belts, help clients shape up during customized, one-on-one personal training and 20 weekly fitness classes. They motivate small groups of fitness-seekers with boot camps, kettlebell strength-training classes, and boxing sessions while keeping a watchful eye to ensure students don't overexert their muscles. These encouraging trainers also help women to protect themselves through self-defense seminars, during which they teach participants how to identify, avoid, and escape from suspicious people, attackers, and door-to-door used-car salesmen.
To further assist clients in reaching their fitness goals, Downtown Boot Camp posts weekly meal plans complete with online calorie counts that keep diets on track and strengthen wills against guilt trips from jilted chocolate cakes. Every month, the generous instructors donate a portion their profits to a rotating roster of charities.
Catherine Barinas leans on her training in theater design, where improvisation skills and a predilection for storytelling are as essential as knowing how to sew. Her knack for both led her to create grownup arts and crafts classes as a creativity spa, which run the gamut from millinery basics to a hands-on shopping fieldtrip for aspiring movie stylists. See her calendar for additional class info, dates, and times.
With more than 75 classes each week and an expert squad of certified instructors, it makes sense that Nuvo magazine named Invoke Studio the best source for yoga and Pilates seven years in a row. At the downtown location, students strengthen cores in studios bathed in muted hues and accented by exposed ducts and gleaming hardwood floors. Meanwhile, on the north side, a 3,000 square-foot oasis plays host to yoga and Pilates classes, which help to increase range of motion with exercises performed on simple sticky mats. A ballet barre stretches across the wall of a large practice room, where students perform dance-inspired moves. The space glows with new bamboo floors while a two-sided fireplace creates a cozy sense of calm in both the yoga room and entryway.
Since 2009, Saffron Café in downtown Indianapolis has been catering to guests who crave traditional Moroccan/Mediterranean cuisine. With a sunset pictorial featuring shadowed characters and camels on its northside exterior, plus brilliant red coloring opposite, Saffron Café is easy to spot along Fort Wayne Avenue, though nearby parking can be hard to come by. Serving lunch and dinner from Tuesday through Friday and dinner only on the weekends, the restaurant’s interior sticks close to its theme, thanks to chandeliers, table settings and mirrors obtained directly from Morocco. The menu features various stews, kebabs, gyros and pasta along with chicken, beef and seafood delicacies. Few can resist trying deserts that include tiramisu and baklava.