About Isolator Fitness: Made in America
"Helping all people feel empowered to reach their health and fitness goals and live the life they want to live."
On October 4, 2009, David Vollmer, Jr. broke his right hand. By Halloween, the Isolator was born! On January 4, 2010, we officially became Isolator Fitness, Inc. and in June 2011, our first Isobag was created. As a company, we have always done things quickly—an idea will go from the drawing board to the production floor the same day.
In the past 6 years, our company has grown exponentially, but we never lose sight of where we came from. Isolator Fitness, Inc. was founded on the basis of creating the best possible product by listening to our customers and giving them what they want. To this day, we are constantly tweaking and improving all of our products based on your feedback! We pride ourselves in strong teamwork and being able to overcome the odds. Defying the odds of what’s possible in life is what motivates us everyday.
Our company’s history encompasses the American Dream and one of the aspects we’re most proud of is being able to boast the “Made in America” seal and bring jobs back to the USA. Almost all of our products are manufactured in our plant in Reading, Pennsylvania at the skillful hands of our sewing team.
In the last several months, we have launched new sites/stores across the world and couldn’t be more excited! Our mission is to help all people to feel empowered to reach their health and fitness goals and to live the life they want to live.
We are a like-minded group of people who are connected by our company's core values:
Ownership: Own up to your mistakes and do not blame others.
Honesty: Always tell the truth.
Coachable: Willing to learn and take constructive criticism.
Good Person: Simply that.
Selflessness: Put the welfare of others before yourself because that is who you are, not what is expected.
Team Player: You are never on your own…it takes every member of the team to get it done!
Ambitious: Want to get out of bed and come to work; no wasting time; always mindful of getting it done.
Respect: not just tolerating, valuing each other.