Services and Amenities
- A-to-Z fitness model complemented by state-of-the-art cardio and strength equipment
- Group fitness classes
- Spin Classes
- Hot Yoga
- Full field turf sports performance area with viewing balcony
- Beautifully adorned locker rooms complete with steam rooms and showers
- Franchise agreement with Velocity Sports Performance
- On-site medical partner coming soon
- Meeting and event space
- Smoothie and snack bar
Our partners are Andre Hutson, Dr. Pat Quain, David Mollitor and Scott Gillespie, who all shared a common passion for developing a unique and dynamic fitness center. Fueled by their various professional backgrounds – athletics, medicine, business, and development, respectively.
The DeWitt Fitness Center (Powerhouse Gym) was opened over 20 years ago, by Ted Day. Based on a relationship with landlord Daryl Kesser, Ted opened a second Powerhouse Gym location at Eagle Eye Golf Club around 2004. Over time, Ted realized two locations were too difficult to manage and sold the DeWitt gym.
The business struggled during the recession that the nation was then facing. The Eagle Eye location was then sold by Kessler to Dr. Patrick Quain in 2009.
David Mollitor, a local business owner and DeWitt High School graduate, was brought on in 2010 as an adviser due to the struggles of the economy. Several years later, Mollitor and Quain became business partners and made multiple changes to the fitness center and turned the business around.
It was sometime in 2013 that Mollitor and Quain came up with the concept to research a new type of fitness facility for the community, one unlike any other in the area. The idea was based around providing a fitness facility as well as a unique sports performance center that could train young athletes right up to elite professionals.
Their idea took them to Chicago for the better part of a year to explore various facilities and performance centers. From there, they spent several months exploring multiple southern California based operations to further their research. As their research grew, they began to formulate plans for their facility back home in DeWitt.
Mollitor and Quain soon realized that with the capacity of their project they would require unique assistance. In 2015, Scott Gillespie, an experienced and dedicated Lansing area builder, joined the team as a new partner.
In 2015, the three partners met Andre Hutson, owner of Conquest Health & Fitness. Conquest originated as an expansion of Powerhouse by Ted Day. Like Mollitor and Quain, Hutson had an intense passion for developing a new and unique fitness center. From there they took their shared values for what they wanted to deliver to the market and formed a new partnership with Hutson as the fourth owner. On January 1, 2017 DeWitt B-Strong and Bath Conquest merged to become one facility.