A home-based 3-drill exercise studio is in the works for the first time.
The new design is the work of 3-time Mr. Olympia winner and two-time Olympic gold medalist, Mark Cavendish.
The company, Powerhouse Gym, is launching in April with the goal of selling the machines for $1,000 a pop.
The design uses a 3-dimensional printer and a robotic arm that can turn objects into weights.
The machine is also designed to make exercise easy.
“It’s about finding something that’s really interesting that is really useful and that’s a good fit for people,” Cavendish told ABC News.
Cavendish also says the design could be used to make 3-DRISE equipment for fitness studios.
Powerhouse’s 3-step approach to workout training Powerhouse has developed a program called Powerhouse which is designed to teach the bodybuilding community how to lift weights.
Cavish said the company is looking to get into fitness.
“We’re interested in bringing it to fitness,” Cavish told ABCNews.
“Powerhouse is a platform for people who are looking to learn and learn quickly. “
“They can be training for competitions or for personal development.” “
Powerhouse will be available for pre-order in the first quarter of next year. “
They can be training for competitions or for personal development.”
Powerhouse will be available for pre-order in the first quarter of next year.
Cavender also said the new machine is not a gimmick.
Cavendish says he wants to make the machines accessible to everyone. “
The goal is to get people using it as much as possible, because it’s really easy to get a set of exercises in.”
Cavendish says he wants to make the machines accessible to everyone.
“My aim is that every person can pick up the machine and get into the gym, and it’s going not only to be a workout, but also a physical therapy machine,” he said.
Cavendish’s goal is for Powerhouse to sell 100,000 machines in the next year, with the company looking to reach $1 million in revenue.