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our revolutionary 8 week program


strong, lean, confident 





The Strength Project is a specifically designed 8-week training block to help you discover your true potential by using the most advanced training methods to take you from where you are now, to where you want to be as efficiently as possible. Our step by step proven system will improve your ability to perform at your highest level every day, we guarantee you will leave every session feeling better than when you arrived. Our proven systems & personalized approach deliver specific results, unlike other "one size fits all approach" training programs.

A Guided, No-Fail Path To Discover Your True Potential

Are you tired of doing the same old generic gym routine?

Sick of going at it alone, guessing your way through every workout?

Want the confidence to know what you’re doing is making you fitter, stronger and overall better, not worse?

This Program Will Help You:

Break through plateaus and sticking points.

Remove roadblocks and build long-lasting results.

Regain lost confidence and feel the best you have in years.

Get functionally strong without machines.

Gain lean muscle & strip fat​​.

Sleep better.

Increase energy levels.

Learn the most advanced and efficient techniques for delivering long term results.

If you strive for excellence in every aspect of life.


You want to be strong.

You want to be successful.

You want to be taken seriously.


You want to be able to train and know that everything you're doing is working towards keeping you at your fittest & strongest.

That every session you do is taking you one step closer to your goal.


You want to know that you're training the most effective way possible to help you become fitter and stronger with no money or time wasted.


That's exactly what you'll get when you join us for the next Strength Project.



Personalized coaching



with an expert

Coach 4 times a week


functional movement screening


to find your movement capacity & to identify any roadblocks that will prevent you from progressing every week


private performance workshop



delivers everything you need to know and how to apply the principles we follow to maximise your results

Strength project manual


insights into our lifestyle philosophy that keeps you on top of your game in and out of the gym

testing week

if you're not testing you're only guessing , remove the guess work

private facebook group


full of like minded people with specific tips on training, nutrition & body composition


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Who is the Strength Project For?

People who have high expectations for the quality of service & coaching they receive.

People who want trusted coaches looking out for them. Our coaches are professionals and understand how valuable it is to you to be pain/injury free & still progressing towards your goals.

People who are sick of sitting on a machine or doing the same old boring PT routine every time they go to the gym.

People who are looking to "get back into it" who don't want to settle for just any old gym.

People whose previous injuries have prevented them from feeling strong and confident.

People who don't want to be "just another member". Our community is small but strong. We respect & encourage each other.

Who it's NOT for:

People looking for a quick fix solution.

People who are not willing to be coached or ready to learn new concepts.

People who don't respect or value teamwork.



Alice P.

My purpose for starting the Strength Project was to be pain-free and feel strong again. At the start, I had painful knees which bothered me while I slept, getting out of bed, sitting down and standing up, everything was painful. Now it's 150% improvement. The first time in a long time I've been able to do squats with no pain. I can play hockey again and recover in only a day instead of a week. There was one game of hockey where I was just a killer on the field because I didn't feel restrained by pain. It's been a great experience to see how far I've come in just 6 weeks. 


If you continually run into the same problems you've got to try something different, and the Strength Project was definitely different for me.


Pawel N.

I originally did the Strength Project 2 years ago with spine, hip and shoulder injuries which stopped me from doing a lot in the gym out of fear of injuring myself more and causing more pain. When joining the Strength Project it was quite amazing, my first deadlift was 85kg which was a big thing for me. I realised my body wasn't as broken as I thought it was.


After 13 months travelling, I came back again to join the Strength Project again. My biggest lessons this time around is it's ok to take 1 step back so you can take 2 steps forward. This time around I squatted 70kg, a PB for me, which I'm pretty happy with because I have a hip labrum tear and thought I'd never be able to squat again.


With injuries, it's hard when you're so invested in looking after yourself and there's something you can't do all of a sudden, you feel frustrated, helpless and you feel like it's the end. So I'm thankful I've found the Strenght Project and ETR.


Brad G.

It had been a long time since I’d been to a gym before I started at ETR. The style of training and the great

coaching has made it very easy to get engaged. I’m loving the training and enjoying the results of feeling stronger. A Personal Best Deadlift of 150kg certainly surprised me. I’m looking forward to what lies ahead. Thanks to Jason and the ETR crew.


Paola M.

Wanted to feel stronger. I would always start things and never follow through. I know where I want to be but I'm not sure how to get there and I just don't want to take risks out of fear of hurting myself. I feel like I needed this. I needed someone to look over me and guide me in the right direction. Now I feel like I'm doing the right things and hurting myself less. For the first time in my life I can do a full body push ups. If you feel stuck, going through all the generic gym approaches and not getting results you have to change your approach and the Strength Project is the best place to start.

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