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Top 10 Reasons Children Should Exercise

Top 10 Reasons Children Should Exercise

About one-third of American children ages 10 to 17 are overweight or obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and fewer than 25% of children get the recommended 60 minutes of moderate-intensity physical active per day recommended by the American Medical Association.

Interaction with technology, urbanized living, academic pressures and other factors have combined to create historically low rates of youth physical activity.

Parents, teachers and fitness educators must realize and help educate others about the importance of frequent physical activity for kids. (ACE)

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A Journey to Better Health Session 2

A Journey to Better Health Session 2

Different Diets for Different Dudes and Dames


This session will include a discussion of the pros and cons of different approaches to weight loss.

On the Journey to Better Health, long term progress and long term results seldom come from a "quick-fix" diet.

Dr Creel will touch on emotional eating and different diets and how all of it affects long term results.

If you are tired of doing the same things expecting different results, then join us on Tuesday July 31st as we continue The Journey to Better Health

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Beginner Bootcamp

Beginner Bootcamp

YES! Just like it sounds! BEGINNER Bootcamp!

Tuesday and Friday Mornings at 10:00 a.m.


This is where results BEGIN! NO BURPEES! NO JUMPING! NO COMPARISON! If you are new to fitness or need to start back slow, YOU WILL LOVE THIS CLASS!!! 

10 spots available!!


Limited time

STARTS June 26th -July 27th




Kids Jump Rope

WOULD YOU LIKE your child to join our JUMP ROPE PROGRAM?

Boys and Girls aged 6-12 of all skill levels are invited to participate in “Jump Rope For Fun and Fitness” Jumping rope is a wonderful lifetime fitness activity.  Join Lindsey as she shares her “smart sequencing” approach to jumping rope. Her classes help anyone; of any skill level learn the steps to basic, intermediate and advanced level jump rope skills.





Here’s what Lindsey’s program offers for kids aged 6 and older
  • Our hour-long “Rope Jumping for Fun and Fitness”classes include instruction and demonstrations in:
  • Single Rope Skills
  • Partner Routines
  • Double Dutch Jumping
  • Long Rope Skills
  • Group Games
  • Group Choreography and More

Kids work together in a fun and rewarding environment of goal setting, best effort and team building. Play games, learn skills, develop new skills and stay fit in our fun-filled high energy program that really gets you jumpin! Our program is open to kids aged 6 and older. The length of a single class is one hour. Typical sessions run 6 weeks.

For more info, email info@challengeyourbody.com

Fun Boxing Workout

Fun Boxing Workout

Are you looking to add more cardio into your routine? Do you want a stronger core? Have you ever tried boxing?

Join Trainer Sarah Lewis for a beginner-friendly, intense, and fun boxing workout!!!! Boxing is an amazing way to improve your cardio and endurance. It strengthens muscles, promotes healthy bone density, and keeps your core strong!

The boxing workouts will include instruction on proper form, working with the heavy bags, working the mitts, speed bag training, TRX Suspension training, and core exercises!

The second session starts Thursday November 9th at 6:30 pm and runs for the next 8 weeks each Thursday. There are only 2 spots still available for this personal training group!!

To sign up or find out more information call/text Sarah at 317-246-8407.

Attention Youth Athletes

Attention Youth Athletes

Have an athlete that needs to build strength, increase endurance, and improve agility? Sarah is here to help.

Sarah Johnson played Division II volleyball at Saint Joseph’s College and earned a spot on the Indiana All-State team while at Warren Central High School. As a former athlete, she learned the importance of proper movement patterns as well as the need to train for functionality when knee, hip, and ankle injuries plagued her through high school. She wants all young athletes to understand the importance of proper warm up, form during strength training, training in all planes of motion, and also how to fuel their bodies for performance. Sarah is currently studying for her Performance Enhancement Specialist Certification through NASM to increase her knowledge on how to increase athlete's endurance, power, and strength while also preventing injuries preparing them to perform on the field.

Sarah is bringing her past experience as an athlete as well as current knowledge as a trainer to your middle and high school athletes. With this program she has a goal to not only increase your athlete's performance level but also their knowledge on how to fuel their bodies and move them to be better and stronger.

What is included in this program?

  • Educational packet regarding how to fuel body for practice and games as well as nutrition guide
  • Educational packet regarding proper warm-up, cool down, and stretches
  • 1-hour sessions once a week (Tuesdays from 10:30 to 11:30am)
  • Sessions will be broken up into two main segments focusing on strength and power for the first half (after warm-up) and agility and conditioning/speed work for the second half (with a cool down at the end)

What is the cost?

Each session will be $20 a session for a total cost of $160.

Who should do this program?

Any athlete between 7th and 9th grade. These are the years where it is VITAL to learn the importance of hard work, how to properly fuel your body, and master movement patterns. This is 20% educational and 80% hard work to improve on all facets of strength, power, endurance, and agility.

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