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Dave's Cave Free Weight Room

Dave's Cave
Built as a memorial to fallen local hero and friend , Designed with the serious athlete in mind, our free weight room is absolutely loaded with options! Whether your goal is to increase your muscular strength, power, size, or speed, “Dave's Cave” is the place to train. Lift in a comfortable and motivating environment where you WILL get stronger! It's no accident that the “Cave” is Tehama County's strongest weight room.

Dumbbells 1lb to 160lbs
2 Bench Presses
Olympic Platform
Bumper Plates
12"to 42" Plyometric Boxes
Power Rack
Squat Rack
Hex Box
Safety Squat Bar
Plus Lots More!

Smooth Axel
Farmers Handles
Log
Plyometric Run Way
Chains
Preacher Curl Rack
Easy Curl Bars
Triceps Bar
Medicine balls

 

 

Dave Mobilio was a competitive power lifter primarily in bench press. Each year we host the Dave Mobilio Bench Press Tournament in his honor and all proceeds go directly to the Officer David F. Mobilio/PAL Scholarship Fund.

Police Officer David Frank Mobilio
Biographical Information:
Age: 31
Tour of Duty: 4 years
Badge Number: 7
Officer David Mobilio was shot and killed from ambush when he stopped at the department's fueling station between 1:30 a.m. and 2:00 a.m.
He was shot two times by a suspect as he got out of his patrol car. Fellow officers began looking for Officer Mobilio when he failed to answer radio calls. They located his body next to his patrol car with his gun nearby. It is believed he drew his weapon when the confrontation started with the suspect.
The suspect was apprehended in Concord, New Hampshire, on November 27, 2002, after authorities learned his location. An email was posted on the Internet claiming responsibility for the act, and the identity of the poster was uncovered. The suspect admitted to murdering Officer Mobilio in an effort to protest his perception of police brutality and corporate irresponsibility.
On April 5, 2005, the suspect was convicted of murdering Officer Mobilio and was sentenced to death.
Officer Mobilio had served the Red Bluff Police Department for 4 years and served as a patrol and DARE officer.