CrossFit Unbreakable offers membership to the facility for individuals as young as 10.
“I have a lot of teenagers already,” he said. “I have a couple of 12-year-olds who are coming to become better stronger basketball players.”
Beebe has a large wipe board that explains the “work out of the week” for members. Each week there is a new workout so people don’t get used to he same exercise routine.
The workouts include a wide variety of exercises including the use of kettle bells and other weights.
“We also jump on to boxes,” he said. “Some of our boxes are 30 inches high. Not everyone can to that so we have boxes that are 20, 18, or even 12 inches. If you can’t do that we can use a box that is only three to five inches tall.”
Exercises can also be modified for those who many not be of a fitness level where they do it the normal way.
“People come in at all different physical levels,” he said.
The facility also keeps track of work out scores that are reported to the national CrossFit organization.
“Our member can compete at regional or even world CrossFit competition,” he said. “ESPN covers the CrossFit world competition each year.”
CrossFit does not use contracts. Individuals can pay for a monthly membership. He is also hoping to se up a $15 punch pass for members.
“I also offer discounts to first responders,” he said.
He said the Hendricks County Sheriff’s Department is planning on coming out to the facility for some training for the deputies.
For more information, call Beebe at 224-6960 or visit the website at www.crossfit.com.