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EP Fitness Commitment To the Community
Our mission at EP Fitness is to serve our community by providing clean, convenient facilities; friendly, helpful customer service; in a fun and safe environment that is affordable to everyone.

We provide our members with the largest amount of high-quality fitness equipment, the greatest variety of exciting fitness classes, and convenient hours of operation at all EP Fitness locations and EP Women's Fitness.

The History of EP Fitness
Scott Kubitz, CEO EP Fitness Over 28 years ago, Scott Kubitz, owner and CEO of Flex Enterprises, turned a passion for bodybuilding into a health and fitness business. With drive and determination, he began with one small west side gym. Today, Scott owns nine local fitness facilities (5 EP Fitness, 3 Roca Fitness, and 1 EP Women’s Fitness) including a brand new 55,000 square foot EP Fitness mega-center on Lee Trevino. Year after year, EP Fitness wins best fitness center awards in El Paso and is the city's #1 fitness choice.

The following is a brief history of EP Fitness.
West (Paragon)
In 1985, EP Fitness opened its first location on North Mesa. Then known as Gold's Gym, the 4,500 sq. ft. facility was the first in El Paso to offer weights, cardio equipment and aerobics classes. At that time, there were approximately 1,300 members. After five expansions brought the West side facility to 14,000 sq. ft, in 1997, EP Fitness - West moved into a 22,500 sq. ft. facility across the street on Paragon lane. In 2006, EP Fitness completed a cardio room, group fitness and indoor basketball court expansion at the Paragon facility bringing it to 32,000 sq. ft. At the time of its completion, the Paragon facility was the largest EP Fitness center in the city.
East (James Watt)

Later in 1987, EP Fitness opened a 10,000 sq. ft. second location at 11330 James Watt. At that time, the two facilities had a combined 2,000 members. Since that time, EP Fitness – East had gone several expansions to the point that space limitations necessitated a move with construction of the new Lee Trevino Megacenter.
Montwood
In 2000, EP Fitness had grown to approximately 8,000 members. EP Fitness opened its third location at 12145 Montwood. The 20,000 sq. ft. facility increased membership to 11,000. In 2006, EP Fitness began construction on a NEW EP Fitness center at 11705 Montwood Drive. On December 26th, EP Fitness opened the doors to the first facility of its kind. At that time, the Montwood Megacenter was the largest EP Fitness center in the city, nearly tripling the size of the existing Montwood gym. It has full- court indoor basketball, three group fitness rooms, an indoor running track, spa-like locker rooms complete with steam room for men and women, and much, much more.
Resler
In March of 2001, the 20,000 sq. ft. fourth location at 981 N. Resler was officially opened as EP Fitness. At that time, all locations were changed from Gold's Gym to EP Fitness. EP Fitness had 16,000 members at that time. In May of 2006, EP Fitness completed an expansion at the Resler gym - adding a huge cardiovasular room and a cycling room for group fitness classes.
Northeast
In December of 2001, EP Fitness added a 22,500 sq. ft. facility at 10060 Rushing Rd in Northeast El Paso. At that time, EP Fitness had 24,000 members. In December of 2003, EP Fitness completed a 2,500 sq. ft. expansion of the Northeast club, making it the largest EP Fitness center at the time of completion, at 25,000 sq. ft. In 2006, EP Fitness began construction on adding full-court, indoor basketball at the Northeast facility along with other cosmetic and equipment upgrades. On December 26th, the new Northeast facility became one of three EP Fitness centers to now offer its members indoor basketball. EP Fitness - Northeast now occupies approximately 33,000 sq. ft. at Rushfair Center.
Interstate
In December of 2003, EP Fitness opened its sixth El Paso location at 1224 Wedgewood. At the time of opening, EP Fitness had 43,000 members. In December of 2004, EP Fitness completed a large cardio room expansion at the Interstate club.
LEE TREVINO Megacenter
On December 3rd, 2013 EP Fitness opened a 55,000 square foot Megacenter on Lee Trevino, making it El Paso’s largest privately owned fitness facility. Lee Trevino is loaded with state-of-the-art pin select and plate loaded machines, the largest cardio theatre of any location and a free weight selection second to none. Other amenities include full-court indoor basketball and a group fitness theatre with 8 projector screens.
EP – James Watt Cross Train / Karate / MMA Center
On March 5, 2014, EP Fitness reopened James Watt. Unlike any other club in El Paso, the new EP Fitness – James Watt offers endless fitness options with individualized coaching in interval, combat and self-defense fitness training programs. EP James Watt is stocked with the latest cross training equipment and an award winning MMA/Karate staff.

At present, EP Fitness has over 100,000 members, occupies over 200,000 sq. ft. citywide and employs close to 300.