Unbreakable has been nothing but the best to me. I came in looking to train for Strongman in and I have been hooked ever since. Jim and everyone involved go above and beyond to harness any level athletes potential to ensure success
Testimonials: Strength Sports
Great atmosphere and awesome people. If you want to be your physical best you definitely need to check them out. The owner is a very friendly outgoing and helpful person. Don’t wait to long to make your future and health better. Start today by visiting this amazing place. You will not regret it.
GREAT GYM! Jim, (the owner) is a wealth of knowledge. The gym offers everything you need for strength training & provides a great atmosphere to train in. Always enjoy my time at UNBREAKABLE! Thank you for all you do for the community, Jim!
Chad Dockery’s life has centered around sports for as long as he can remember. A three-sport player in high school (football, wrestling and track), and a Franklin College football alumnus, he knew he loved coaching from an early age. “I really grew up being in the gym and out on the field. It’s a big part of who I am,” Chad said. read more…
The phrase “WHAT IS YOUR WHY?” is painted in large block letters near the ceiling of Unbreakable Athletics Academy, a testament to the mission of the facility. When Jim Beebe opened UAA on March 7, 2013 he had a single goal in mind – he wanted athletes to train with a purpose. Jim knew that finding the “why” is the biggest predictor of any athlete’s long-term fitness success – including his own.
When Albert Brand moved his family to Indiana from Texas in 2018, he knew he wanted to get back to the gym. His career with MetroNet, an internet service provider, had prompted the move and he had gained a lot of weight over the past several years. He had also stopped going to the gym entirely.
AJ Shaffer had an admittedly rough start in life. Living on his own at the age of 17 after his mom died, he made all of the wrong choices – he dropped out of high school, fell in with the wrong crowd, got into drugs, and later found himself in prison for an extended period of time.