About Powerhouse

You are most likely on our website to buy the best equipment you can for your Garage Gym, but, you may also want to know something about the team behind this fantastic equipment! So, we compiled the below for you:

Powerhouse Fitness was founded on a love for lifting. Lifting weights obviously, but also lifting the standards by which gym equipment is built.

We also want to educate everyone we can as to the benefits of weight lifting and strength training, whether it be:


  • Its major benefits and superior efficiency to any other training for fat loss,

  • The fact it is the foundation to all other sports and disciplines,

  • How it improves mood and wellbeing from the way the body uses resources when lifting

  • And just how great it feels to be getting stronger and improving your physique beyond what you have ever before.


We will achieve this with a network of great Athletes behind us and obviously producing the superior quality and strength equipment.


We have absolutely no concerns or doubts that this will help you – if you are young and struggle to gain weight, overweight and not strong enough, older and trying to lose fat and regain some of your youth, or a professional athlete who wants to improve their game and make training more practical. YOU NEED A GARAGE GYM to increase those odds!

Here at Powerhouse Fitness we are a bunch of total Lean fanatics. By lean, we mean maximising customer value while minimizing waste. And by that we mean we are constantly looking for ways to make everything safer, higher quality, simpler and faster.

We are constantly working to eliminate waste, make 2 second improvements and to improve our culture by having a lean mindset and applying it to everything we do. As Paul Akers said in his book 2 Second Lean: How to Grow People and Build a Fun Lean Culture, “Lean thinking presumes that everything can be improved continuously, without end.”

If you want to learn more about the amazing “lean lifestyle” and apply it in your own life, research the works of Paul A. Akers, W. Edwards Deming and Taiichi Ohno.