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Kabuki Strength Lab is based out of Portland, Oregon in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. We are a group of passionate amateur-to-elite level lifters, strength athletes, and coaches with a shared goal in bettering ourselves and growing in every facet of life – click here to learn more about why we do what we do. Our gym is a “laboratory” where we test cutting edge equipment and methodologies before sharing them with the rest of the world via our platform. We are welcome to anyone, as long as they share the passion of self-improvement and physical training that guides and shapes our lives, minds, and bodies. Next door to the Lab is our “shop” or manufacturing space where we produce some of the best selling and most popular equipment in the strength and fitness world. We invite you to stop by and say hello; and your first training session is on us! Scroll down to learn more about membership and how to sign up.

New Membership Status: Open

Memberships are $100/month with a $200 one-time initiation fee covering new member intake and a full in-person consultation. Scroll down to read more.

Kabuki Strength Lab
9570 SE Lawnfield Rd.
Clackamas, OR 97015


Lab membership is $100/month with a one-time $200 initiation fee that includes a full 1-on-1 intake and in-person consultation with a coach.

$100/month with a one-time $200 initiation fee

When you sign up for a membership at the Kabuki Strength Lab you’ll receive a 1-on-1 consultation from a member of the coaching staff which will include a full movement assessment, corrective interventions, and strategies for long-term improvement. Click here to learn more about what the in-person consultation is all about. We’ll also give you a walkthrough and show you how to use all of the equipment in our facility. This is also a great opportunity to pick the brains of our coaching staff and ask questions related to programming, injury prevention, and anything else related to getting stronger and moving better. Members have full access to our subscription movement library ($10.99/mo value). Our facility is also home to professional clinicians who offer services to members for an additional cost.

The Lab is open 24/7 for members with key card access. After the first-month facility access is $100. If you decide to sign up for formal coaching your gym access is free.
Purchase Lab Membership

Day Pass

Guests are welcome to stop by the Lab and purchase a 1-Day, 3-Day, or 1-Week pass.

Day Passes only valid during open hours:

Sunday: Closed, available upon request

Monday: 9-6pm

Tuesday: 9-6pm

Wednesday: 9-6pm

Thursday: 9-6pm

Friday: 9-6pm

Saturday: Closed, available upon request

Closed on holidays

No entries after 6pm, but if you are already here you can finish your workout no stress


The Lab can be found at 9570 SE Lawnfield Rd. Clackamas, OR 97015. Conveniently located where Highway 224 and Interstate 205 meet, The Lab is a short hop from both downtown Portland and Portland International Airport. There are numerous affordable lodging options available around the Lab, as well as food and dining that is rivaled by none (Portland is known for its food, beer, and coffee).


Our coaches practice what they preach. As competitive athletes, they’ve been in the trenches training, competing, and fighting for strength day-in and day-out. It isn’t just about being athletes however. Each coach is a part of our team because they bring the best combination of knowledge, drive, and a deep desire for personal development. Above anything else they are passionate about providing a high-level of service to their athletes. Rest assured, you will be in good hands with our coaches.

Chris Duffin

Coaching Consultant

Chris is the co-founder of Kabuki Strength and along with Head Coach Senn, is the founder of our training methodologies and philosophies...

Kyle Young


I started in the fitness industry 13 years ago as a personal trainer and wanted to move into physical therapy. I quickly realized that there was a big gap...

Brandon Morgan


From a young age I knew that I had an innate passion for fitness. My journey began in the sport of wrestling. It taught me some of the most fundamental life lessons...

Cassandra Strunk


Cassandra has been passionate in the health and fitness field for almost 10 years with extensive educational background in the field...

Derrington Wright


I’m a powerlifting, strongman and anything athletic type of guy. As much as my main thing is powerlifting, my main goal is to be athletic and strong...

Daniel DeBrocke

Intern Coach

Daniel is a strength coach with over eight years of experience in the field. Daniel’s mission is to help as many people as possible to reach their athletic potential.