Meet Indy’s Personal Fitness Concierge

It’s okay to be a commitment-phobe with this locally launched gym membership.

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Break out of your fitness rut with Open Gym, a pass that gives you access to nearly 400 classes at 40-plus Indy gyms and studios. The only rule: Don’t get too comfortable—you can only visit the same location four times in one month. Start your new membership off strong with these hot options.

Buda Khi – Revel Fitness

Martial-arts world champion Lester “L.J.” Easley brings out your inner badass (as he has done for Tamika Catchings) in his cardio-karate class, featuring fierce kick-and-punch combos, abs and arms exercises, and plyometrics. 13720 N. Meridian St., Carmel, 809-2364, revelfitness.net

Barre – Studio Re

“If you’re looking to bulk up, this is not the class for you,” Anna Newcomb says of her low-impact, ballet-inspired class that tones the big muscle groups. The exercises can be modified if you’re no Natalie Portman. 225 E. Carmel Dr., Carmel, 660-5063, studiorellc.com

Team Training – IFAST

Boot-camp junkies might meet their match at IFAST, the place where Indy Eleven conditions. The classes here promise diversity: TRX-style suspension bands, kettlebells, giant tractor tires, and even a sledgehammer. 9402 Uptown Dr., 578-0998, indianapolisfitnessandsportstraining.com

InCycle Express + Pump 15 – InCycle

Your upper body isn’t off the hook at this spin studio. After 45 minutes in the saddle, there’s an optional 15 minutes of to-ning with weighted bars and resistance bands. 736 Hanover Pl., Carmel City Center, Carmel, 805-1867, incycleindy.com

Deep Soul Yoga – Body Mind & Core

This 75-minute class feels like a yoga workshop. Students practice centering and slow flow, restorative poses, Pranayama breathing techniques, and guided meditation. 1344 S. Range Line Rd., Carmel, 696-0720, bodymindandcore.com

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