Fitness is an evolution and results are best earned through ever-changing, ever-challenging workouts. Shenandoah Powerhouse Gym gives you the most workout options, featuring the latest cardio and resistance equipment, suspension training systems, Olympic lifting, sports conditioning, and high intensity interval training (HIIT).
Test your skill, will, and perseverance in the HiitFIT Battle Room. Face a gauntlet of challenging exercises that incorporate kettle bells, bumper plates, suspension trainers, medicine balls, battle ropes, Olympic bars, agility ladders, tractor tires, plyo boxes, and more. Finish off your killer workout by scaling “The Hunchback”, our custom-forged incline climbing apparatus that spans 25 feet.
Take advantage of our extensive lineup of cardio and resistance-training equipment and keep every workout fresh. Each cardio machine is equipped with Cardio Theater so you can get fit while enjoying your favorite sports, news, or reality programming. And for strengthening and sculpting muscles, you’ll find our resistance equipment irresistible.
Swim and splash your way into shape. Your Powerhouse membership gives you full use of a traditional outdoor pool, plus year-round access to the valley’s only commercial saltwater pool and sunroom. Saltwater pools all but eliminate eye, skin, and scalp irritation, and are much more suitable for asthma and allergy sufferers.
Your safety was the biggest factor in our choice of UMax rubber-coated dumbbells and easy-grip plates. Whether you’re repping 5-pounders or hoisting 150-pound dumbbells, you’ll love the precision balance and craftsmanship behind the UMax product.
You can’t have a name like Powerhouse without bringing it: 28,000 pounds of free weights, Olympic lifting station, four squat racks, collegiate-level squat/deadlift platform, an array of Hammer Strength isolateral equipment, heavy chains, bands, and plate-loaded press machines built to torch every bodypart, Shenandoah Powerhouse lives up to the hardcore reputation established 40 years ago by founders Wil and Norman Dabish.