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Adam M
Adam M
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I joined the Indianapolis Martial Arts Club (now Sarkine's Total Warrior) just over two years ago to see what the world of martial arts was really about. I was a life long athlete who thought that nobody could seriously challenge my athleticism, but man was I wrong.

The Muay Thai workouts at the Indianapolis Martial Arts Club (now Sarkine's Total Warrior) are demanding, fun and very intense. None of my other workout routines have ever sculpted my body and mind like the ones I get at Indianapolis Martial Arts Club. The mental and physical focus I get from my workouts not only improved my body but also my work and social life. The stress that I was carrying around with me about school, work and home disappears when I am at the Indianapolis Martial Arts Club (now Sarkine's Total Warrior).

I would like to thank everyone at the Indianapolis Martial Arts Club (now Sarkine's Total Warrior) for providing the nurturing but tough environment that helps me push my mind and body to their limits.
If it were not for other students and trainers I would be overweight and out of shape, but most importantly I wouldn't be half the person I am today.

The environment at the Indianapolis Martial Arts Club (now Sarkine's Total Warrior) is unlike anything else I have ever experienced in my life and I would recommend it to anyone who is serious about improving their body and their life.
Jay B
Jay B
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I've been kickboxing for almost 3 years now and have trained at some of the best gyms in the country. When I moved from California to attend graduate school here in Indiana my expectations for finding a true Muay Thai Gym were less than optimistic. Countless schools claim to instruct the art of Muay Thai Kickboxing, but few really appreciate and understand the martial art, it's origin, or teach with any degree of competency.

I feel very fortunate to have found the Indianapolis Martial Arts Club (now Sarkine's Total Warrior)! This letter alone cannot express the gratitude I have for the school and it's instructors.

Their focus on proper technique, form, and correct drills allows for thorough development and considerable results. In addition, they put a strong emphasis on discipline, hard work, and a positive mental attitude. These things make the Indianapolis Martial Arts Club (now Sarkine's Total Warrior) a great place to train!
Sarah S
Sarah S
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I walked into the Indianapolis Martial Arts Club a tad overconfident in my skills and a little irritated that I had to take an introductory lesson that I didn't feel I needed considering that I've been kickboxing on and off for about a decade. After all, what could a little gym in Indianapolis offer that Fairetex, my current gym in San Francisco, couldn't?

It took the Indianapolis Martial Arts Club instructor par excellence, less than 5 minutes to show me. As he watched me execute basic punches and kicks, he made suggestions for each that immediately increased my accuracy, speed, and power.

He presented the practical theory behind each of the suggestions he made and took time to demonstrate them himself. It was one of the most informative and frustrating training sessions I've ever had. There would be many more before my two months in Indy were over. The training philosophy includes extensive technique work and individual attention (even in group classes) that far surpasses any training I've received in both the United States and Australia.

After only two months of training with the instructors at the Indianapolis Martial Arts Club (now Sarkine's Total Warrior), I'm in better shape than I've been in years. Do not pass up an opportunity to work with these instructors!

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