Posted 10:32 AM October 23, 2006

Fundamental Fitness offers training on all levels


The Noblesville Ledger

October 23, 2006


WESTFIELD — Fundamental Fitness has something for everyone excited about getting fit through exercise.

The health club, located at 3246 E. Indiana 32, offers personal and group training, group fitness classes and even massage therapy, said owner Suzanne Thomas, who with husband Jeff took ownership of the 9,200-square-foot club on Aug. 1.

Thomas said the club also offers several classes including, spinning, yoga, Pilates and cardio. It also has several selections of workout equipment, with selectorized machines, free weights, stretching and functional training for all fitness levels. Nutritional consultations are also available.

"We offer functional training, which adapts training to the level of function desired by the individual," Thomas said.

Fundamental Fitness held their grand opening and ribbon cutting Saturday, which also raised money for Riley Hospital for Children.

Hours are 5 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Friday, 6 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday. For more information, visit www.fundamental-fitness.com or call (317) 896-6540.

Suzanne Thomas spoke with Noblesville Ledger staff writer Melinda Cooper about Fundamental Fitness.

Q What are the prices?

A The prices are $30 for single, $40 per couple and $50 for a family. We have no start up or joining fee.

Q What are your future plans for Fundamental Fitness?

A We are considering adding a yoga rehab class during the day for older adults or those recovering from illness or injury. We are also looking at finding ways to reward members who have been active at the center for an extended period of time.

Q What qualifications do you have for owning a health club?

A I have a bachelor’s degree in management from Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs and a master’s degree in management from Indiana Wesleyan University. I also have a bachelor’s degree in athletic training and I’m certified in personal training through the American College of Sports Medicine. I have worked with Central Indiana Orthopedics and Sports Medicine and the Ball Hospital Sports Medicine Fellowship program for four years.




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