Welcome to Screaming Eagle CrossFit

The mission of Screaming Eagle CrossFit is to establish a community of like-minded individuals that approach fitness as part of a healthful lifestyle. We are here to help our community meet its fitness goals by motivating, educating and training members through a holistic approach. Our programming, which focuses on functional movements, paired with proper nutrition, gives our athletes a strong foundation from which they can lead healthy lives. Each workout is infinitely scalable, meaning that it can be tailored to fit the needs of every individual, from a young child to a grandmother. Workouts are varied to prevent boredom and the all too common “fitness plateau." Workouts are high intensity to allow athletes to reach their maximum metabolic and strength potential during short periods of time. This is not an hour of "cardio" that has become “routine” in the fitness industry. Ultimately, we believe that CrossFit will prepare each of our athletes for the unknowns in everyday life!

To join Screaming Eagle CrossFit, the first step is to complete the fundamental “On Ramp” class. To sign up for a Screaming Eagle CrossFit On Ramp class please visit the "Getting Started" page of our website. 

We look forward to training with you SOON!

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While the official name of the box may have changed, our inspiration has not! Our motto will always remain rooted in the original name, "Sola Gratia", which is Latin for "by [God's] grace alone." Aside from the biblical meaning, we chose this because it's by God's grace alone that we are able to train and be physically active. We are blessed by each day that we are given and we see our health and fitness as a gift from God. The initials "SG" of the motto will also stand for "Strength and Grace" and refer to the fact that CrossFit requires great Strength and the demands of the sport require agility and Grace.

Workout Of The Day

  • Thursday, February 26, 2015

    Active Recovery For Those Competing In The Open Row 2000m 200 Double Unders Bunch of Mobility Work WOD for Everyone Else: 12 Min AMRAP 6 DL 5 OHS 4 Hang Cleans 3 Front Squats 2 Push Jerks 1 Back Squat *All Weights @ 155/100

  • Wednesday, February 25, 2015

    Wednesday Strength: Push Press – 5x5 *3 sec pause at the top of each rep Metcon: "Lynne" 5 Rounds for Time… Max Floor Press @ Body Weight Max Pull-ups Rest 2 min after each round Accessory Work: 50 GHDs *Not For Time

  • Tuesday, February 24, 2015

    Strength: 1RM Back Squat *Push yourself; you should be well above your old 1RM Metcon: 3 Rounds For Time… 21 KB Swings (53/35) 30 Wall Balls (20/14)

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