At REP, we don’t just make gym equipment. We use it, too. We are a team of fitness and strength-sport enthusiasts who want to spread our passion for the gym – and a peek inside our Colorado headquarters is evidence of that. We are the real deal.
REP was founded in Colorado, and that remains our home base. You can view our full history here. It's only fitting for one of the fittest fitness companies to be located in the fittest state in the country. (Say that 10 times fast...).
In 2022, REP moved all its offices to a new, state-of-the-art headquarters right outside of Denver. The new space comes with a fresh, new staff gym, research and development space, and offices with sprawling views of the Rocky Mountains – our founders’ muse from day one, a design you can see cut into many of REP’s products.
Our workspaces are designed to encourage creativity, with open floor plans, as well as individual offices; numerous meeting rooms; and various in-house photo and video studios, including a mock garage gym.
Of course, the heart of the REP HQ is our employee gym – with all our favorite REP equipment. We’re talking six rack powerlifting areas, a weightlifting area with three platforms, a functional fitness space, turf strip, commercial lifting equipment area, and even some cardio sections. Oh, and a basketball hoop because it’s fun to dunk on your coworkers.
Beyond the gym, the locker rooms are spacious, with showering stations and a special area for nursing moms. You’d expect nothing less than the best gym ever from a company whose mission is to, well, equip the best gyms ever.
REP’s employee kitchen is a far cry from the typical dingy breakrooms that smell like microwave dinners, too. We have a fully equipped, large, open kitchen and dining area with oversized, floor-to-ceiling windows, free protein powder, tons of different kinds of coffee, and an ever-rotating assortment of healthy snacks. You may also find us hanging around the food trucks that occasionally park outside as we enjoy those blue skies Colorado is known for (and soak in some vitamin D).
And our HQ is just the beginning of it. We aren’t just an online store. We are proud to offer multiple showrooms (in California and Pennsylvania) where you can try our equipment yourself to see why we’re one of the fastest-growing companies in our industry. We also prioritize helping others – both with our REP Gives Back charity initiatives and by partnering with reputable programming partners to provide the full range of support for lifters, from newbies to pros.
We’re honored to admit we’re making a meaningful mark, too. Just check out our patents, trademarks, and many awards. And catch us at fitness gatherings around the globe, including the Arnold Sports Festival. We love meeting other likeminded people and helping them build the gym (and the body/mind/life) of their dreams.
Bottom line: REP HQ is an incredible place to work. We don’t just design and sell gym equipment. We use it. We live this.
*REP HQ is not a showroom and is not open to the public. If you'd like to enjoy all it has to offer, then check out our open positions here.
What's Happening at HQ
We hold weekly group workouts and yoga classes, as well as special events – like deadlift parties, Strongman challenges, and other fun ways to play with the very equipment we design and sell. Join us on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook to keep up with our shenanigans (as well as the latest and greatest gear we’re putting out).
What We Do
Here’s a look at JUST a few of our team
Terry Jackson is probably the world’s fittest IT manager. He has competed in Olympic weightlifting; studied exercise science at Kent State; is a certified personal trainer with NPTI and NSCA; is a USAW Level 2 coach, a CrossFit L1 coach, a CrossFit football coach, a CrossFit endurance coach; and played American football for seven years and played in the rugby union for six.
Hannah Hosey, in customer service, is an NPC bikini competitor who has competed four times, including at the Arnold Amateur. She also earned a bronze medal in the Junior Olympics in sailing and has worked as a personal trainer with a focus on middle-aged women and young adults with developmental disabilities.
Anthony Munoz, product analyst, competes in CrossFit and qualified for the quarter finals three times. He has a bachelor's degree in exercise science; another bachelor's in health and wellness promotion; and a master's degree in sport administration. He’s an ACSM certified personal trainer and is CrossFit Level 2 certified.
Aimee Heckel, content manager, has earned a deadlift world record, one national record, and 18 Colorado state records in powerlifting, as well as nine world records in Grip Sport. She is prepping to compete as a figure bodybuilder in 2023.
Benjamin Hicks, learning and development supervisor, competed in and coached Olympic weightlifting for seven and 10 years, respectively. Now that he’s a master’s athlete, he’s getting back into training and will be returning to the platform soon.
Jack Hibberts, product engineer, is a competitive powerlifter. So far, he has competed in four powerlifting meets -- with more on the way.