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The Yeah, I Work Out “Power Houses” program is designed to support independent gyms, showcase their legend and lore; and debut fresh gear created in partnership with the spaces that have defined lifting culture for decades. Look for the sickest logos and artwork in the history of lifting, combined with Y,IWO designs that keep the culture alive and provide ample pump inspo for a new generation of young lifters. The Power Houses program is supported by Russell Athletic, the inventors of the sweatshirt and longtime supporter of young athletes in their quest to build strength and community.
The first Power House is Thorbecke's Weightlifting Club, founded in 1967 by Brick “Bench” Darrow in Tempe, Arizona. Thorbecke's was established when competitive weightlifting was still a niche subculture. Darrow started the gym as a place to nurture teenage lifters and everyday athletes. Through Darrow’s guidance, Thorbecke’s has played a pivotal role in the development of lifting sports as a culture, fostering talent that would go on to break multiple world records in the sport.