A very quick update on Styner.
-this summer we have a lot going on at Styner. Currently we are putting together a high school level camp/clinic (ages 14+). We plan to run this for a number of weeks with about 2-3 sessions per week. We want to help improve the high school level here in Indy and this is our way of doing so. To help develop stronger skill sets, overall strength, and help incorporate knowledge of the game. To help make this a great opportunity, Styner is working with Kevin Hanlon (former strength and conditioning coach for the Edmonton Oilers and Dallas Stars organizations).
-Styner is also offering group training sessions. Please contact for more info.
Personal Training Classes
-for information or questions on gym memberships, please contact us.
The Carmel Icehounds reached out to Styner last summer about doing some team training for their varsity A and varsity B teams. After some in depth conversations, we created a great friendship. On March 12, Carmel's varsity A team won 4A state with the varsity B team winning 2A state. We couldn't be more proud of the organizations accomplishments. All of the kids truly understand what it means to give 100%. They set their goals, stuck with them during the tought periods, and made sure to never give up. The Carmel Icehounds program is doing something very sepcial with these kids. Well deserved.
We have changed our weekday morning class time from 9:30am to 9am. If you have any questions, please let us know!
Below are the hours of the facility/gym during the 4th of July weekend.
Friday (July 3) - 9:30am
-there will be no 5pm class
Saturday (July 4) - CLOSED
We will be back open for regular hours on Monday July 6.
A big congrats to Jeff Wheeler on being the M.O.M. for May. Jeff and his dedication this past month hit new levels and he's extremely honored to accept the award. Congrats Jeff and keep on givin'r.
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