Wednesday: no 6:30 pm and no 7:30 pm
Thursday: 9 am only. Bring your Family!
Friday: no 7 am, no 5:30 pm, and no 6:30 pm
Register for the upcoming on ramp class HERE


The Second Annual MMH Foundation Throw Down Cancer Competition

Sep 22

Pictured left are two familiar faces at SCF: Lindsay Marottoli Greenberg and Kristen Marottoli Peck.  You may not be as familiar with the beautiful bride in the center.  That is  Kristen and Lindsay’s (identical twin) sister, Melissa.  At age 31, Melissa ended her courageous battle with lung cancer.  Since this tragedy, Lindsay, Kristen and their closest […]Continue Reading

Pregnant and WODing???

Sep 16

Don’t get excited…I’m not pregnant Over the summer, SCF gained six tiny future members, and this winter, we are due for two more (that I know of)!  How exciting!  Congratulations to all of our new moms, dads, and soon-to-be moms and dads. It was quite inspiring to watch (and continue to watch), several of these […]Continue Reading

August Accomplishments

Sep 10

Just because we were in a historically slow month for gyms due to vacations and the heat, you guys, once again, delivered!  Let’s see what was accomplished during the month of August: SCF Continues to get Stronger Each Month! There were a lot of back squat PR’s this month including Kristine Capstick (170), Ryan Hocking […]Continue Reading

Sometimes It’s Heavy

Sep 03

Last week, I blogged about bad days; this is an extenuation of the information in that article. I’ve power-cleaned 210 more times than I can count.  The power clean is my favorite lift.  Unlike lifts such as the snatch or the jerk, it usually doesn’t feel heavy as I begin to approach my max.  Monday’s […]Continue Reading

Back on Track

Sep 01

As I am typing this, you have 12 days, 7 hours, and 3 minutes to commit to getting back on track! That’s right, the next Lurong Paleo Diet Challenge begins on September 14th! Eat a few too many burgers this summer?  Chug down a few too many beers?  Well, as my boss yells each period […]Continue Reading

Bad Day

Aug 26

I cried during my workout yesterday.  My performance was horrific.  Most likely because I was crying.  Then, I got on the rower to complete the workout, with hopes of making myself feel better, and  I cried more.  Snots, runny make-up, ugly-cry-face–the works… I’m not sure why I cried.  I was tired. I was hormonal.  I hate muscle-ups. […]Continue Reading

Don’t Get Comfortable

Aug 19

There’s a sign that hangs in the hallway of our gym which reads, “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone“.  We usually apply this to physical exercise; until you push yourself, you most likely will not see change; until you take chances, you do not get rewards. But I have a different spin on it. […]Continue Reading