Indianapolis, IN

The #FreeFitness movement continues in the Racing Capital of the World—Indianapolis. Led by Shaw and Casey, this squad brings the thing that Indy as a sports town needs to be most – early morning hugs and kickass workouts. Wake up and get fit with the #NP_IND! #JustShowUp.

Every Wednesday 6am at the Indiana War Memorial North Stairs.

Every Friday at 6am at various locations around Indianapolis – Friday locations are announced Wednesdays at the workout and posted on social media.

Stay connected via facebook, and instagram.

Shaw and Casey lead this Indy outfit. Shaw, aka BiggieShaws, makes up half of the #NP_IND leadership. Shaw has wild and crazy ideas and the memory of an elephant. The sweetest word in language is your name, and Shaw will remember it … along with most lyrics to 90’s rap songs and obscure 80’s movies.  He’ll be waiting for you with a giant hug along whenever you decide to show up, rain or shine.  And Casey, aka CaseDawg, aka Legal Case, is the other half of #NP_IND leadership and Chief Counsel. He’s the fastest man you’ll never see drink water, he knows all 36 Chambers of the Wu Tang Clan and all 27 Amendments to the Constitution, and he can’t wait to see you and cheer you on.


7 Replies to “Indianapolis, IN”

  1. My name is Courtney Johnson and I am on the Community Outreach and Events Team at White River State Park. I am contacting you because we would love to partner with November Project and explore different community outreach efforts such as cross promotions. Possibly we can drop off some of our brochures and pick up material you have to display in our visitor center. However, there are other opportunities we can partner such as hosting events, offering volunteer opportunities, keeping updated on events happening at our Park, etc. I would love to discuss this further when you have a chance so please get back to me at your earliest convenience. I look forward to hearing from you!

  2. This is Kids’ Voice of Indiana and we are small nonprofit in Indianapolis that provides prevention services to at-risk children who have been victims of abuse and neglect. We are currently a partner in the Carmel Run(317) race coming up on August 30. 2018. As part of this partnership, we provide all the volunteers for this race, and in return, we receive a small percentage of the registration fees. While many of your members may be running, we would love to partner with you to help us get enough volunteers to help us raise funds.
    Here is a link to our website and this event.

    Here is a link to the online registration for the volunteers.

  3. You have a great concept, but when I saw your group on the news working out in downtown Indy many members were exercising in close proximity to one another without masks. To me it looks like just another variety of super spreader event.

    You should require your members to wear masks and social distance. If you can’t control them then you shouldn’t encourage them to gather until Covid is under better control.

    You can get Covid 19 outdoors, and the Covid 19 transmission and death rates are out of control.

    This behavior is highly inappropriate while our Indiana hospitals are overrun with Covid patients.

    Please ask your members to show some respect for the health of the community and the first responders who will have to take care of them if they get or spread Covid.

    1. Thank you for your concern. To add a bit of clarity, much of the footage used in the news piece is pre-COVID, which is indicated by a disclaimer on the video. I completely understand your point, and at NP Indy we take the safety of our members and our greater community very seriously. I can assure that at all our workouts we make sure that people are socially distancing, there is no physical interaction, and the workout is structured so that people are spread out and can move around safely without the coming within close proximity of each other. In addition, I have reviewed all state and county guidelines for outdoor group gatherings as well as fitness centers and gyms and we are well within those guidelines.

      As for those medical workers and first responders. I can assure you that we have nothing but respect for them and in fact received guidance from a number of doctors, medical professionals, and first responders who are advising us on how to safely hold our workouts and many of whom still attend them regularly.

      Thank you.

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