Definitions for "Powerhouse"
The "girdle of strength" in the center of your body, just below your navel. Engaging your Powerhouse involves the lower abs, lower back, pelvic floor, and smile muscles. Jillian's award-winning exercise DVD, Pilates Powerhouse Workout, focuses on developing this vital center in students.
Joseph Pilates' term for the core region of the torso, including the abdominal muscles, pelvic girdle, buttocks and lower back.
Also called "the girdle of strength." The area between the bottom of your rib cage and the line across your hips – for many the most neglected area of the body. Working the Powerhouse, as virtually all Pilates exercises do, flattens the stomach, and firms the buttocks. The Pilates Method focuses on specific muscle groups in this center of the body, namely: the rectus abdominis, the internal obliques, lower back muscles, the transversus abdominis, and the gluteus maximus – all of which form the support structure for the spine and pelvis areas.
A primary part of a hydroelectric dam where the turbines and generators are housed and where power is produced by falling water rotating turbine blades.
A structure at a hydroelectric plant site that contains the turbine and generator.
That part of a hydroelectric dam where the turbine-generators are housed and where power is produced by the action of the water on the turbine blades.
"centrale elettrica; in senso figurato individuo molto forte; fabbrica"
Keywords:  fontana, duane, thelma, lenny, raymond
Powerhouse is the name of several dance music projects. The better known of these is a Chicago House collaboration between producer Lenny Fontana and vocalist Duane Harden. "What You Need," a track on which they both share production and writing credits, and which sampled Thelma Houston's "I'm Here Again," went to #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 1999.
"Powerhouse" is a composition by Raymond Scott, most famous as the iconic "assembly line" music in animated cartoons.
Keywords:  etv, ran, pbs, virginia, episodes
Powerhouse was a United States television series produced by the Educational Film Center at Northern Virginia ETV, and aired on PBS. The show began in 1982, and ran for 16 episodes. Episodes were 30 minutes in length.
4th generation language widely used on HP minicomputers.
PowerHouse is a trademarked name for a family of byte-compiled programming languages originally produced by Quasar for the Hewlett-Packard HP3000 mini-computer.
a highly energetic and indefatigable person
A hard, strongly bowled ball that results in a strike.
A ball thrown very fast and with a lot of action, resulting in an unmistakable strike.
Powerhouse is a name used by several different fictional characters, operating in the Marvel Comics Universe.
an electrical generating station
Electric generating facility
The building that typically houses electric generating equipment.
Keywords:  team, best, class, considered
a team considered to be the best of its class
Keywords:  strong, hand
A very strong hand.