House of Pain

In 1996, House of Pain began in a small town in Texas. It grew out of the sweat and determination of a solitary man, intent on sculpting his body into his ideal combination of form and function. His sense of both failure and accomplishment shaped the idea that would become the brand you love today. He wanted to share this transformative journey that only required his personal will and a few pieces of iron to achieve.

House of Pain became a brand on the road, out of the back of a van. We went straight to the people. So many people from firemen to successful executives, from revered trainers to athletes–many now household names–have all proudly worn the underground brand from Texas. The ideal that launched the brand back in ’96 is still true today. The message still resonates to its core followers. It was never a brand built on hype, but heart, hard core training, and an iron will. Now in its 21st year of continuous operation, House of Pain has found new leader. He wants to take the cover off a bit and spread the message a little wider.

The code of  the brand has never changed. Old school heart, hardcore training and an unbendable will. Embracing failure as part of the path to victory. We sum it up in our tag: Self Made-Iron Willed…Does that sound like common ground to you?

Interested in where House of Pain is going? Stay tuned to the H.O.P. website and social media for upcoming developments. We will be rolling out some of our new clothing at the Arnold March 3rd in Ohio. Come and tell us what H.O.P. means to you. The new House of Pain has plans for lifters, trainers, enthusiasts, and gym owners alike.

Upcoming Events

House of Pain at Arnold Sports Festival 2017
March 2nd – 5th

House of Pain is kicking off our Resurrection brand campaign here at the Arnold with a full line of wearables. Our premium fitness apparel is proudly manufactured in the USA. Stop by our booth 2209 and meet IFBB Professional 212 Bodybuilder and House of Pain Athelte Mitch Staats. Get your auotograph or photopp with Mitch. Join us in supporting Mitch as he competes at the Arnold Classic for the first time. Check back closer to the event date for exact times Mitch will be at our booth. House of Pain is back!

Booth 2209
Greater Columbus Convention Center
400 N High St, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Tickets Available

Join us in Supporting Angela Coleman
May 6th – 7th

Please come support House of Pain athlete Angela Coleman in her inspiring journey as she returns to the stage at the Florida Grand Prix – 9 months after the birth of her son!

Keiser University Flagship Campus
2600 N Military Trl, West Palm Beach, Florida 33409
Tickets Available