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  • CrossFit Thrive
    Equipment: Rogue equipment, Again Faster, Rage, Students should bring: Bottle for water, Come in athletic apparel, athletic shoes Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Average class length: 60 minutes Number of Staff: 1–5 people Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes Established: 2012 Guests allowed: Yes Parking: Parking lot Pro Tip: Come prepared to work hard and have fun. Q&A with Darin Moon, Owner/instructor Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated? At Crossfit Thrive we are focused on great coaching and building a strong community. We try to give all athletes a good foundation by taking them through our 6 day foundations class. Through this they will learn proper technique and form with little to no weight. We will slowly increase intensity so that they see results quickly. Everyone has a really good understanding of what Crossfit is before they join the larger group. After that we keep them engaged though community connection. Everyone works hard and pushes each other. People invest in each others goals. We provide many community events and push for athletes to connect outside of the gym. Thrive is a family we all work and play hard. Its an awesome place to be. On the yoga side its a place for people to clear there minds of the day kick back and relax there mind. Sweating to the oldies is acceptable, but sweating to the blues less so. Do you find that certain styles and genres of music generate more intense workouts? We definitely keep the gym music pumping all evening anything up beat and laud. Not counting head banger scream music. Lots of Rap new school and old school hip hop. Alternative and sometime we mix it up with some 80's rock. things are at a slower pace for our yoga studio. When and how did you first develop a passion for fitness? My passion for fitness developed with my passion to see others live happier healthier lives. I love being around people and creating a safe environment where people can connect and forget about life and the stress that comes with it. For an hour a day these people kick back and have a good time. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? As I said before we have a big passion for helping others grow and feel heathy about themselves. We try to provide that with both our yoga and Crossfit gym.
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    17338 Westfield Park Rd
    Westfield, IN US
  • Inner Strength Crossfit
    At Inner Strength CrossFit, instructors create a cooperative and supportive environment for building dynamic strength and fitness. Certified instructor Nick Kirkes slowly ramps up incoming students, teaching CrossFit’s approach to fitness and introducing the system’s core moves over the course of several foundational classes. Athletes can then pursue new goals for power, agility, and balance as they pull weight sleds, bound through box jumps, and hurl medicine balls.
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    11099 Village Square Lane
    Fishers, IN US
  • The Fitness Group
    The Fitness Group doesn't hide its love for the Les Mills brand of fitness. The varied class schedule includes everything from the original BodyPump class, which is a high-rep, low-weight barbell workout, to offshoots such as BodyAttack, a sports-inspired cardio workout, and CXWorx, which focuses on strengthening the core and improving functional fitness. Whatever class they're leading, the instructors focus on helping exercisers have fun while still challenging them to push their fitness limit.
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    7031 Mayflower Park Drive
    Zionsville, IN US
  • Church of Iron
    Aside from its prevalence in Church of Iron’s collection of dumbbells and kettlebells, iron symbolizes the strength and toughness that the results-oriented facility strives to instill in its athletes. Certified strength and conditioning coaches oversee each of the facility’s programs and individual workouts, propelling their disciples toward newfound levels of power, stamina, and speed by refusing to let them give up. The coaches emphasize safety as much as they do intensity, making sure that shoulders stay even during weightlifting moves such as snatches and jerks and gently reproving students when they attempt to shot put each other across the room. Mike Holman, a staffer for the U.S. Olympic track-and-field team, designs the facility’s endurance programs, which incorporate training masks that simulate running at various elevations. Sports-performance programs help teens and college-level athletes build speed with plyometrics, weighted sprints, and agility drills, and CrossFit programs welcome all ages and fitness levels with scalable workouts that incorporate bodyweight exercises, intense bursts of cardio, and heavy objects such as kettlebells and Liberty Bells.
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    5210 East 64th Street
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Crossfit Naptown
    Every day, CrossFit NapTown in downtown Indianapolis provides members with a new, high-intensity workout. Certified trainers craft regimented workouts suitable for all ages and fitness levels that last an hour or less, but provide maximum results. The spacious facility provides an array of weightlifting materials, resistance training tools and open floor space, each of which can be used as part of CrossFit’s national fitness curriculum. Easy to use low-tech equipment like medicine balls, barbells and gymnastic rings are all you’ll find inside – no fancy fitness stuff here. Classes take place inside the spacious gym, but trainers also bring the class outside for warm-ups or certain daily workouts. And for anyone looking to branch out, CrossFit NapTown also offers Olympic lifting, endurance and yoga classes. The gym provides free introductory classes for the curious every Thursday night at 6:00 p.m.
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    609 North Delaware Street
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Styner Sports Group
    Drawing on their own experience as competitive athletes, the coaches at Styner Sports Training lead students through sports-specific workouts as well as general fitness classes. The center's comprehensive, well-rounded approach benefits members of all persuasions, whether their goal is to lose weight or take their game to the next level. So, how do the coaches tailor their program to such diverse goals? By incorporating strength-training and cardio exercises that develop universally applicable skills such as power, speed, flexibility, stamina, and agility. During group classes, students may entertain weightlifting exercises such as squats, dead-lifts, or push-presses or swing kettlebells, heft medicine balls, and sprint across the artificial turf—it's hard to say what each class has in store, as the workout changes daily.
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    9325 Uptown Drive. Suite 1400
    Indianapolis, IN US

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