Indianapolis will Now Be Building Strength With Nation’s Premier Obstacle Course Racing Facility
Ultimate Ninjas, the world’s premier obstacle course racing facility, recently opened in Noblesville at the Hamilton County Sports Complex located at 9625 East 150th St. The new 10,000-square-foot gym include’s many of the popular obstacles found on the hit TV show, American Ninja Warrior.
Ultimate Ninjas provides obstacle and agility courses, rock climbing walls, warped walls, swinging ropes, quintuple steps, and many more obstacles for kids, adults and super athletes to try, practice and master.
All ninja classes are led and designed by American Ninja Warriors who train to conquer many of the same obstacles seen on the show. The new Ultimate Ninjas in Indianapolis is owned by Jesse Labreck, the first woman to hit the buzzer on Stage 1 and five-time Vegas finalist, Michael Silenzi. Season 11 competitor Brian Parache, who has taught and managed Ultimate Ninjas gyms in Chicago since 2016, will be the General Manager of Classes and Camps.
“Ultimate Ninjas does more than promote proactive health and wellness, we teach children valuable life lessons through our training exercises,” said Labreck.. “Our obstacles can be very challenging at first, and just like on the show, most everyone will fail at some point. Failure is something we embrace – we use as a motivator to work harder and eventually overcome the obstacle. Our toughest challenges promote growth and perseverance, which makes us immensely proud in what we do.”
For more information, please go to www.ultimateninjas.com