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The CrossFit Open–Week 1: Shoreline CrossFit’s Podium Takers

Mar 02

What an exciting start to the Open!  While workout 16.1 sure was fun, let’s hope that this week’s workout is shorter and doesn’t require us to make multiple trips to Walmart for endless quantities of masking tape. On behalf of all of your coaches, I’d like to congratulate every single athlete who participated.  I know […]Continue Reading

Welcome to Shoreline Athletics–Home of Shoreline CrossFit

Feb 29

I have been working out religiously since I was fifteen years old. In fact, the first place I went when I got my license was the gym. My husband, David, always worked out as well, and in addition to this, always possessed an overwhelming desire to be an entrepreneur, despite a thriving career in the […]Continue Reading

Featured Athlete of the Month: Becky Ryalls

Feb 23

In case you haven’t noticed, in the last year (and in the upcoming year too), several of SCF’s athletes have been blessed with new additions to their families.  Along with the joy that a new baby brings, can also be new stresses…and for mom, a new body that doesn’t seem to resemble the old one. […]Continue Reading

Its The Most Wonderful Time of the Year…

Feb 15

Well, at least if you are a CrossFitter it is… To what am I referring?  The annual CrossFit Games season!!!  For those of you that are new to the game, the CrossFit Games season begins in February and ends in July.  For the vast majority of us, however, it will end on March 28th. The […]Continue Reading

Is it Wrong to Be Strong??–January Accomplishments

Feb 05

You may have noticed that we’ve been doing a bit more strength at SCF as of late.  I’m not sure if you realize it, but our programming is written in cycles to keep us balanced athletes, who see gains in multiple modalities of fitness.  As of now, we are lifting a bit heavier and the […]Continue Reading

Featured Athlete of the Month: Ryan Stewart

Jan 26

One of the disadvantages of having a daytime job, is that I don’t often get to see our morning/mid-day clients because I am at work.  The nice part about this is that when I do get to see them, the results that they have achieved are clearly visible to me. One of the athletes who […]Continue Reading

The Last Accomplishments of 2015!

Jan 11

Drop it Like a Squat, Then Clean it Up Tim Chan set a PR on his push jerk (305) and so did Bob German (316).  Mark DeCapua PR’d on his power clean at 225lbs, Connie M also set a PR on her power clean (165), Tim Harmon power snatched 215 for a new PR, and […]Continue Reading