With the reopening of the gym we have a whole new group of people along with former members, which encompasses a whole range of types of lifters. From nationally ranked powerlifters to trainers we have someone to help you get started and in the right direction, lifting and also to show you Christ's love.

Features of our gym:

3 Full squat racks.

1 elevated DL platform

pull up bar


Bands: mini, super mini, light, med, heavy

2 Flat benches

1 Flat/Incline bench

Weight Sled

1 GHR machine

Pulldown machine

Dip bar

1 Free flat bench

1 Free adjustable bench 180-90

DB's from 3lbs-100lbs

6 Olympic bars                                                                            (including a thick and thin one for squatting and deadlifting respectively)

1 Texas Power Bar

Approximately 50 45lb plates

Almost 4000 pounds of Olympic weights

Grippers:  T, 1, 2

Sweet sound system

Full Rubber flooring

Chalk box

10 and 12lb medicine balls

Smith machine

Incline leg Press

90 degree leg press

Bar Rower

Multi machine: bench, leg curl, pulldown, row

1-5 board

Heart of a Champion



Some of Our Favorite sites.

Run by Jay Nolan, who lifts at True Strength. Where many people have learned everything they know about powerlifitng.
Highly recommended.

Christian Powerlifting Forum 

Powerlifting watch, a great site to keep you up to date with the latest PL news, along with the biggest collection i know of, of gyms and federations under one site.

Inzer makes some of the best Powerlifting equipment and I love their belts only ones I use. 

 Way down this road, in a gym far away, A young man was once heard to say, "I've repped high and I've repped low, No matter what I do, my legs won't grow" He tried leg extensions, leg curls, and leg presses too Trying to cheat, these sissy workouts he'd do. From the corner of the gym where the BIG men train, Through a cloud of chalk and the midst of pain Where the big iron rides high and threatens lives, Where the noise is made with big forty-fives, A deep voice bellowed as he wrapped his knees, A very big man with legs like trees. Laughing as he snatched another plate from the stack Chalking his hands and monstrous back, said, "Boy, stop lying and don't say you've forgotten, The trouble with you is you ain't been SQUATTIN'." — DALE CLARK, 1983

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