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John S.

As a lifetime amateur golfer I have always searched for the best way to improve my game, especially as I get older.

E3 Strength has undoubtedly been the single best influence on my game to date. By attending their one hour Bootcamps three days a week my balance , flexibility and strength have improved dramatically. These improvements have helped me to increase distance with every club and provide additional endurance to close out the round.

The gym is clean , the Bootcamps are small and the staff is friendly (most of the time lol)

If you want to lower your scores and improve your overall fitness I highly recommend E3 Strength.


I joined E3 for their Mommy and Me class. Mandi is the best trainer! It’s great to be able to get an awesome workout in while not having to worry about childcare. If you’re a mommy and want a great work, come over to E3!

Teresa B.

I’ve been working out for a long time & have had many different gyms & trainers. E3 is GREAT!! Brandon is my trainer & all the trainers seem motivating & really care!!

Albert B.

My experience with E3 is wonderful. The staff is great, Earl and Brianna are the best, exceptional, sensational, passionate, motivating, inspirational, and have been a blessing to an old man trying to get back on track. I genuinely appreciate you reaching out to me, and the kind words you provided. Please have a wonderful rest of your week, and a great weekend!!!!

30 minutes is all you need to transform your body.

Below is the 4 month transformation of Nick. He worked out three times per week for 30 minutes with a trainer and followed our dietary advice. His amazing results are below.

With a baby on the way, soon-to-be dad, Nick, decided to start going to his local gym and working out on his own, but with his increased activity, Nick unknowingly increased his intake and soon began gaining weight.  Nick decided to seek out the assistance of Earl, a personal trainer at E3 Strength. With Earl's coaching, both in the gym and in the kitchen, Nick lost 15lbs and 11.8% body fat.

Strength training makes you lean

This graph indicates that even though body fat decreased, muscle mass increased and was maintained.  It is due to the increased muscle mass speeding up the metabolism, that directly correlates to the decrease in fat mass.  A 23.42lb loss in pure fat, to be exact!

 Both weight and Body fat are steadily decreasing

This steady loss lead us to increase the macronutrients, after our last check-in, for fats and proteins to ensure Nick maintains his desired weight of 160lbs.

C. Rose

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Coach Chantelle puts together creative and effective workouts for our bootcamp participants. In this particular workout she choreographs a plank to the Cupid Shuffle. Here is the response from C. Rose:

To think that last year I had ZERO motivation to go to to the gym. I tried to make myself go by telling myself that I had all these weddings over the summer (7...we had 7) and I wanted to look good. To say that didn’t get me far is an understatement.

Now as my own wedding is a year away...I am shocked and so blessed to have started at E3 Strength 9 months ago! Not just for the amazing, fun, sweaty workouts - but the community and support that’s come with it has been life changing! PS. I think I’ve found us a wedding dance 💃 🏋️‍♀️

Mrs. S

Below you will find the 75lb transformation of one of our best clients.


One of our clients showin us the difference in her body composition after switching from distance running to weight training.

One of our clients showing us the difference in her body composition after switching from distance running to weight training.  She is at the same weight in both pictures.  Lifting = "Toning"!

Kim S

Age: 35

Height: 5’4”

Weight when I met Earl: 148

My weight now: 130

Kim wrote the following about her experience training with us; her current program is below:

What does it really take to lose those pregnancy pounds?  Diet, exercise and E3!  I have been an athlete all of my life.  Before having kids I ran multiple half marathons, completed the arduous Mount Washington road race and completed two marathons.   I thought I knew how to work out but after having my second son, my trips to the gym were not cutting it and was struggling to lose the baby weight until I met E3.  I had a C-section delivery so I had to ease back into using my stomach muscles.

E3 is extremely knowledgeable and helped guide me through listening to my body and strengthening my abs again.  E3 showed me how to eat right and how to work out properly.  I learned how to do plyometrics and lift weights with proper form.  E3 also helped me to calculate my heart rate so that I burned fat during my cardio sessions and not muscle.  I started shedding the pounds immediately.  If you do exactly what E3 tells you, YOU WILL LOSE WEIGHT!  I love their workout style—they mean business and I was never bored.  You are always challenged and I left their sessions feeling rejuvenated.  Thank you E3!

Below is the program Kim is now following:

Kim High Intensity


Individuals with debilitating neurodegenerative disorders typically do not weight train. These individuals generally lose strength and coordination, leading to a loss of independence.

Not Mr. T! This gentleman came to us a few years back, diagnosed with Kennedy’s Disease, a form of muscular dystrophy with the characteristics listed above. Mr. T was an athlete upon his diagnosis and would not let anything stop that. Through positivity and goal setting, we never looked at what he couldn’t do, but took pride in what he could and made it our priority to look to the next accolade (weight, rep, set, workout).

This vision allowed us to overcome all odds and make the progress that his doctors and peers found hard to believe.

Mr. T focused on machines and would train vigorously despite an inability to coordinate his muscles due to the degeneration of motor neurons. In terms of a trainer, Mr. T could have done well with a spotter, but to his benefit and ours, our paths crossed.

We began slow, with basic lifts and minimal weight. We planned weeks ahead based on the day’s performance, always preparing to do just a little bit better with every workout. Together we cultivated positivity and vision.

 Outside the gym, Mr. T completed three marathons on his hand cycle during our tenure. Once his endurance training was completed, his progress in the gym increased significantly. Over a 10 month span, Mr. T increased his incline dumbbell bench press from 15lbs to 35lbs (per dumbbell!!). He now is able to overhead press 10lb dumbbells with no assistance (most Kennedy’s patients cant’s lift their hands above their head!).  He is truly incredible.

The progress we have seen in Mr. T is unlike that of most clients. He has done what most doctors have said was impossible. The credit belongs not to any one person, but to the attitude we were able to create. Never look back. Take pride in where, what, and who you are. Set the bar daily. When the next day comes you will always clear that hurtle.

Experts say, there is no therapy for this disease.  To that and all of life's other problems:  bring them to the gym; bring them to E3!

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