The Shipyard Strength & Conditioning

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Do not fear going forward slowly; fear only to stand still.~ Chinese proverb



Want to join The Shipyard? Explore Rates and Services. Then shoot us an email (under contact us) and get signed up! 

Next OnRamp is starting July 5th, sign-up during the month of June. Limited spots available. 

And don't miss our next Bring-A-Friend class (must be the guest of a current member)

Saturday, May 20th- 10am

  • "I was hesitant to try it out due to being 44 years old with multiple back and knee surgeries and had been stagnant for 10 years. Fast forward 9 months and I have lost 37 pounds..."
    Deron
  • "A gym like The Shipyard doesn't happen by accident. It is built with intention from the inside out. The people within, the coaches, put their hearts into their roles; they tru..."
    Sara Elgin

"Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard."
--Tim Notke



Athlete Spotlight
Sarah Eunice

Get to know our Athlete in the spotlight! 

Age? 38
Kids? I have two sons, 16 & 18, who are also members of The Shipyard. 
Occupation?
I manage several dental offices on the Oregon Coast
Hometown?
I lived in about 15 states in my life, Coos Bay has been my home for the longest period of time. 
When and why did you start at The Shipyard? 
In October of 2015. I had decided to start with my youngest son; I wanted him to stay active and stay strong since he couldn't wrestle. 
What were your first thoughts when starting OnRamp?
After day one, I was like "I can't move! How am I supposed to do anything on Wednesday?!" I had no idea how out of shape I was. 
What do you feel has been your greatest area of growth since starting?
My greatest area of growth has been mentally. I didn't own a single thing I could work out in and I never left my house without being fully made up and dressed. I had never played sports or thought that I could compete with strong people. For the first year, I was really only doing what I needed to. There were so many times I wouldn't lift a heavier weight- I didn't think I could do it- and Jen would tell me that "it's all in my head". Any time I was keeping up with others I thought I must be counting wrong or that I scaled the workout too much. In the past few months, Ivan and Kelly were the couches that have pushed me and helped me see that I have so much more in me! I leave the box knowing I have accomplished something that most people wouldn't even try! This has made me a stronger mother, athlete, employee, and person all around. I have also gone grocery shopping in sweats several times too! :)
Who inspires you?
I am inspired by what every person at the box brings! Although my greatest inspirations are the other strong women that work hard and are examples to their families of what strong mothers and women look like. I strive every day to reach the level of Joy, Kay, Kara, and Risa. I love those ladies! The coaches are amazing too. If it wasn't for Ivan, I would have never ran out of excuses to not work harder and I'd probably still be doing ring rows if I hadn't gone to Kelly's classes.
Do you have any box specific goals for 2017?
To continue to get stronger and Rx more workouts. I want to do handstand pushups this year too! And maybe one day feel confident enough to do a competition.