About Us

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FOUNDED IN 2016

Located in Indianapolis on the southwest side, Train Yard 317 is set against just that, a train yard. Our 5,000-square-foot warehouse is able to hold over 100 obstacles and training assets for functional fitness, OCR training, and ninja warrior competitions. Train Yard 317 founders Danny and Crissy Owens' core belief is to have a welcoming facility that creates a culture of learning, skill development, and exercise.

Embracing Ninja Community

Since Train Yard's opening, we expanded from just a training facility to offering functional fitness classes, youth camps, open gym hours, OCR and ninja competitions and even sponsoring both pro and youth traveling ninja teams.

Meet the Team

DANNY & CRISSY OWENS

Founders

Danny Owens

"My background in fitness consists of 5 years competing in the Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) world, endurance races, and trail races. I have tried out for American Ninja Warrior 3 times. I also teach and design unique and awesome workouts for our clients. My goal is to merge all of these different types of fitness into an amazing, unique, and fun fitness environment for people to thrive in. My purpose is to Build Strong Humans Inside and Out."

Crissy Owens

"I have always been active but would not have considered myself an athlete. A few years ago I started running and also doing obstacles course races. Training at Train Yard 317 has made me a stronger person both inside and out. I am proof you can start a fitness journey in your 40s and succeed!"

GEORGE & AMANDA O'DELL

 Managing Partners

Amanda ODell

American Ninja Warrior Season 11

AWG National Finalist

1st Place UNAA Qualifier 2019

Amanda has become an amazing athlete after starting her fitness journey in her mid thirties. She is an amazing wife and mother of 4 kids. She is also in the child nutrition department for MSD here in Indianapolis.

George ODell

Just the old guy in the gym.

MEGHAN ANTEN & BEN

Assistant General Manager

American Ninja Warrior Season 10

Meghan Anten started her career as a ninja warrior in 2016. Since starting her training, she has taught classes and coached over 500 students as well as made headlines in the local Indianapolis media circuit. In 2018, she appeared on 2 episodes of American Ninja Warrior when the show came to Indianapolis and made it through to the City Finals on her first year. Since appearing on American Ninja Warrior, Meghan has competed in the UNAA World Finals competition in Albuquerque, New Mexico along with becoming a spokesperson for Sky Zone’s Warrior Academy program.