Special Olympic Athlete Is Boston Marathon Bound

Running helped Andrew cope, control behavior as a child

Andrew Peterson wasn’t always a runner. The Special Olympics athlete was born with fetal alcohol syndrome, which affects those exposed to alcohol in utero. At just three weeks old, Andrew was found alone in a Madison County home, nearly paralyze... Read More

WE STAND WITH YOU

MESSAGE FROM THE YMCA OF GREATER INDIANAPOLIS

  We share the grief and outrage felt by our community and the entire country as we grapple with the senseless death of George Floyd. There is no place in society for the injustice we continue to witness, and these events remind us all of... Read More

Benefits of a Personal Trainer

What's Stopping You? Find Your Personal Trainer Today

If your new year's resolutions include being more on top of your fitness and health by exercising more, you're not alone. According to a survey by Statista, 47% of Americans made one of their new year's resolutions to exercise more. But with the new ... Read More

Keeping Family Time Fun While Home

Activities for the whole family to enjoy!

Schools, attractions, and community staples have been closed or limiting visitors for weeks now, and the general recommendation is for everyone to take this time to stay home and stay healthy! The thought of this unexpected, weeks-long period at home... Read More

The Benefits Of Volunteering At The Y After A Stroke

Being at the YMCA has made a difference

Pam Pryuer A few years ago, Pam suffered a stroke. Continued exercise and activity, would be the key for her to retain as much mobility as she possibly could. Being at the Y has made a difference. After the stroke, her pace of life was forced to ... Read More