Concept 7 Fitness to open in Zionsville

Adam Timm leads a group workout class in Zions Park. (Submitted photo)

Adam Timm leads a group workout class in Zions Park. (Submitted photo)

By Dawn Peason 

Just in time for a healthy new year’s resolution, a new fitness studio, Concept 7 Fitness will open in Zionsville this month.

Concept 7 Fitness is looking to help people achieve better overall health and fitness providing training in a comfortable and encouraging environment. David Dunham and Adam Timm, owners, will be opening their new studio at 30 South Elm Street.

How? What makes them different?

“Recognizing that education and accountability are the key for people to incorporate healthy habits into their everyday lives, we have developed a program based on seven important lifestyle principles,” Dunham states. The seven principles nutrition, hydration, strength development, movement skill, mobility, recovery and mindfulness, form the foundation of the program.”

Dunham explains that group training includes mobility work and movement skill development followed by a workout that is scaled to the level of each individual. Concept 7 Fitness workouts include the use of barbells, kettlebells, sandbags, rocks or a wide range of others items to encourage functional movement and adaptability.

“Using different tools and methods to improve strength, mobility and cardiovascular conditioning, Dunham said. “We offer small group classes and personal training to help members reach their goals and experience an overall growth that can benefit all areas of their lives.”

And they offer other services most gyms do not. They conduct many of their workshops outdoors; they use objects found in nature or bring their workout equipment outside.

“We provide personal training, small group training, workshops and retreats. A registered pharmacist is also available for any questions in regards to wellness and medication therapy management,” he said. “Through training, individuals can improve strength, mobility, balance, and movement skills. Education and accountability are also provided to encourage others to adopt healthy habits.

For a studio tour you may contact Dunham or Timm at 755-8656, or visit


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