Jacob Kilbride

LMT, Crossfit Level 1, Crossfit Endurance, Crossfit Olympic, USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach, CPR/First Aid Instructor and EMT-B Certified, FMT ROC DOC, KT1, KT2, KT3, PADI Dive Intructor, ANSI Commercial Diver

Jacob Kilbride is a proud veteran of the US Coast Guard where he served as a Boat Coxswain and Rescue Swimmer. Jacob also spent time as a commercial diver in the gulf of Mexico cleaning up damaged oil rigs after Hurricane Katrina. He also was on Expedition with The Jean-Mitchell Cousteau son of Jauque Cousteau where he helped make a film for PBS. Jacobs colorful career finally  brought him to Charleston SC where  he began his  CrossFit journey. He became a  trainer in 2008,  where he was part owner and head coach of Lowcountry CrossFit in Mt Pleasant SC.  Jacob was also a career fighter/EMT  for the Isle of Palms.  Jacob and his wife spent  5 years in the south.  Jacob relocated to Louisville KY after he and his wife had there first daughter. His wife Diane Kilbride is from the Louisville area and now is a nurse practitioner working in the city of Louisville.   Jacob decided to go back to school and became  a sports massage therapist.. Jacob spent his internship at the University of Louisville with the Swim and Dive team, and currently works with the Spalding University Track & Field team, the Kentucky Xtreme Indoor Football Team and sponsors the Fluier di Li cycling team and some local athlets in the area. Jacob owns and operates his own practice Elite Massage Therapy. Jacob is also the owner of CrossFit Scullhouse and Indoor Rowing Louisville. Jacob is excited to head up a very unique CrossFit gym unlike anything else here in Louisville.


Matt Darbro

Matt is a graduate from the Universty of Louisville with a Excercise Science Degree and just recently became a certfied CrossFit Level 1 Coach. Matt is very knowledgable when it comes to nutrtion and weight loss and is our go to guy for any supplement questions.

Julie Sergent

Julie Sergent, PT, DPT.  is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and certified in level I dry needling. Julie is from Louisville and began her undergraduate education at the University of Louisville. She earned her Bachelors of Health Sciences at Bellarmine University in May 2006, then earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in December 2008.  Julie has extensive experience working with tactical, recreational, and competitive athletes helping them to recover from injury using a movement-based approach and treatments centered on manual therapy, functional dry needling and targeted corrective exercise to help restore optimal movement patterns.  Julie has spent the last 4 years working with injured Soldiers at Fort Knox, KY and is one of the most dedicated, knowledgeable and hard-working physical therapists you will ever meet.

She has been dedicated to eating healthy and staying fit since college.  Just over 2 years ago she began working with Kettle bells and uses them exclusively in her rehab and training programs. This helps seamlessly transition clients from their injured state to an integrated high level exercise program.

Julie is married to Kelly Sergent, proud firefighter for City of Shivley. Julie and Kelly live in LaGrange, KY.


Molly Ritter

Molly is currently a student at the University of Louisville studying Psychology and Biology with plans of pursuing Physical Therapy.  Born in New York state but moved to Kentucky at two months old, she has been officially bluegrass raised. At the age of three she started classical ballet training in Louisville that continued until she was sixteen years old.  Wanting something more athletic, Molly discovered Crossfit in 2010 along with competitive powerlifting which she loved. As a freshman at UofL Molly was a walk-on novice athlete for the Division I Women’s Rowing Team at the university. She raced in the Big East conference in the third varsity four boat which took second place to Notre Dame. Unfortunately a severe tear in her shoulder during training forced Molly to stop rowing so she could focus on strength, rehab and healing.  As a person who is passionately dedicated to health and fitness this opportunity to work at Crossfit Scullhouse is a perfect. Continuing to learn and gain experience is an important goal for her as she plans on getting her Concept 2 certification this summer.  She’s most interested in understanding proper movement and injury prevention and she looks forward to sharing what she knows with others for optimal overall health.

Stephanie Wheeler

Stephanie Wheeler CPT, 200 Hr yoga cert

Eat right, move right, feel right

A natural teacher, Stephanie has always enjoyed guiding and encouraging individuals to be a better self. Beginning with a self motivated inquiry into different nutritional paths and personal physical goals, Stephanie began working with a naturopathic physician on diet first. Her interest then shifted to a physical training emphasis. Wanting to share her knowledge with others she completed a 200 hour yoga teacher training, Stephanie had always had an intense interest in physical training as well, she then received her personal training certification from a nationally recognized institution. Seeing an opportunity to gel her yoga background with personal training she has developed a training program for clients based on mobility and functional movements. Creating a purposeful method for longevity. Stephanie began Crossfit in 2012 when her personal goals began to change, wanting a different perspective on physical training.

Currently Stephanie specializes on one on one personal training with individuals of all ages as well as teaching group yoga classes. Stephanie believes no matter what ones personal goal is, the journey begins with food and lifestyle. Stephanies individual focus for all her clients is for them to gain strength, confidence, and develop longterm habits to benefit their overall well being.


John Loop

John Went to South Central in Elizabeth Indiana. 3 sport athlete in cross country, basketball, baseball. All conference/all state baseball. Track and field athlete at the University of Louisville, javelin throw/multi event. Bachelor’s in exercise physiology. CF-L1 December 8th, 2013. Has coached crossfit, strength and conditioning, and personal trained high school athletes to 60 year old members.

Stacy Crigler


ACSM Certified/FMS Certified/TRX Group Suspension Certified/1st Degree Black Belt Tae Kwon Do

Stacy is originally from Southern Indiana and has always been an active individual from a young age. She started out playing basketball at the age of 5 and softball at age 9 and continued to participate all through grade school and picked up recreational leagues in college. She has received her Bachelor’s degree from Indiana University with emphasis in Athletic Training and Exercise Science. During this time, Stacy worked with several Division I athletic teams from football, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, and track & field and spent an entire season as a student athletic trainer with the IU Women’s Soccer team. After taking some time off from school, she pursued health and wellness through various outlets from snowboarding, running, and kickboxing which ultimately lead to receiving her 1st degree black belt in tae kwon do. From here, she received her Master’s degree in Sports Management from Indiana State University where she became a certified ACSM personal trainer and a graduate assistant and instructor for the institution teaching physical education courses.

After receiving her Master’s degree, Stacy moved to Louisville to pursue a career in recreation and sport. Stacy worked as an intern at Bellarmine University at the Student Recreation Center for a year managing group fitness and personal training and participating in other campus wide health initiatives. This led to a position with Health Fitness onsite at GE Appliance Park in Louisville and is her current place of work. She teaches group fitness classes in TRX, Cycling, Bootcamp, Muscle Definition, and personal trains. Stacy is certified in FMS (Functional Movement Screening) which assists in determining problems in functional movement patterns, and with a simple mobility and/or exercise protocol the issues can be fixed which she has proven to be beneficial for several individuals for both performance and general health.

In her spare time, she participates in Crossfit, weightlifts, snowboards, and likes to hike, camp, kayak, and fish. She also enjoys cooking and watching college basketball.


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