Fuse Ladder For Home

Elevate Your Space

Experience boundless movement possibilities when you bring the Fuse Ladder home.

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Whether it's high-intensity conditioning, total-body strength building, slow spinal decompression, or tension relief after a busy day, the opportunities are truly limitless.

Fun To USe

Fuse Ladder takes fitness to a whole new level – it's like the love child of a Pilates tower, Pilates springboard, stall bars, ballet barre, pull-up bars, suspension trainer, and weight machine, all rolled into one! Say goodbye to boring workouts!

Effortless to Learn

With our online classes, you can follow guided training sessions or become a master of your favorite exercises, designing personalized workouts that align with your fitness goals.

Easy to Install

Installing the Fuse Ladder at home is a simple, thanks to its adjustable height feature and minimal hardware requirements. The Fuse Ladder has been mounted on drywall, brick walls, concrete walls, wood walls, garages, and even an 18-wheeler!

Embrace Your Possibilities


Workout ruts are a buzzkill when meeting fitness goals. Fuse Ladder’s innovative design and wide array of accessories keeps the mind learning and the body discovering.

Strength, Meet Mobility

Great conditioning is built on two foundational pillars: strength and joint mobility. With Fuse Ladder, you can develop both and achieve the gains you've always wanted.


When you commit to using Fuse Ladder even a few times a week, you can reach and maintain your ideal strength and fitness level, regardless of your age or experience.


The Fuse Ladder ships assembled except for the top bar, which will require mounting after delivery.

  • Width: 32 inches
  • Height: Adjustable from 85 to 94 inches
  • Depth: 3.5 inches, 18 inches with top bar attachment
  • Weight: 141 lbs (64 kg)
  • Color: Black with natural wood
  • Weight Limit: 350 lbs (117 kg)

The Fuse Ladder is commonly installed on various surfaces including concrete, wood, drywall, and brick and requires a minimum ceiling height of 7 feet when set at its lowest adjustment. Ideally, the wall where you plan to mount the ladder should have studs to provide essential frame support for your safety and the stability of the installation.