INDIANAPOLIS - On Sunday, August 13, the Indianapolis Indians will host their first-ever Fitness on the Field. NapTown Fitness will lead fans through a workout on the outfield grass of Victory Field before the game later that day.
"Fitness on the Field is another unique experience for our fans," Indians President and General Manager Randy Lewandowski said. "Before a game there's a buzz around Victory Field that's really energizing and makes for a fun atmosphere for a workout. Our fans have responded really well to our fitness events in the past. We think the opportunity to work out in a ballpark overlooking the downtown skyline is a pretty special one."
Fitness on the Field is open to all skill levels. The 40-minute class will push participants in a high intensity cardio and strength workout. It will move quickly, but on-site trainers will tailor movements for athletes of all skill levels.
Admission to Fitness on the Field is included with a ticket to the game. All participants must sign a waiver before participating. Gates open at 11:30 a.m., and the workout begins ten minutes later. The Indianapolis Indians host the Syracuse Chiefs at 1:35 p.m.
To purchase tickets for Fitness on the Field or that day's game, visit IndyIndians.com/fitness and use the promo code "fitness" when purchasing, or call the Victory Field Box Office at (317) 269-3545.
About the Indianapolis Indians
The Indianapolis Indians are the professional Triple-A baseball club affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The organization's mission is to provide Indians baseball at Victory Field as affordable and memorable family fun. The Indians play their home games at Victory Field, a 14,200-seat ballpark located in downtown Indianapolis and White River State Park. The venue opened in 1996 and has received numerous national accolades as one of the best minor league ballparks in the United States. In 2013 and 2016, the Indians led all of Minor League Baseball in overall attendance, while in 2014 and 2015 set Victory Field single-season attendance records. The team has been in continuous operation since 1902.
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