Invictus Endurance is dedicated and committed to improving performance, fitness and athletic potential.

Our passion is endurance sports, but this does not mean having to give up Crossfit.  Repetition is the enemy and results in a decreased ability to build fitness.

We work on developing your speed and teaching you proper form to keep you injury free with our run workouts.  We focus on eliminating unnecessary volume of training while increasing intensity.

Our commitment to you is that we will coach, inspire, lead and educate with care, sincerity and a relentless motivation to finally get you where you want to go!

Five Weeks to Your Fastest 5k  

Want to learn to run like a flying Nuno? Best go to the source then–the flying Nuno himself. The Invictus Endurance race season kicks off with a five week program to prepare you for the Fearless 5k. You will meet with Coach Nuno and his team twice a week – Wednesday @ 6:30 p.m. @ San Diego High School, and Saturday @ 7:00 a.m. (locations vary dependent on race course) – to be coached  on proper technique, training, nutrition, strategy and more.

Not only is Nuno super freakishly fast,

We will be posting more details over the next day about this Saturday

We’re meeting at 7am where the race starts

 


Be sure to keep checking Facebook too as we will be updating there – http://www.facebook.com/InvictusEndurance

Email me directly if you have questions – [email protected]

*(ok, the gremlins got to the website…we should be up and running now!)

Tue

PCl + J  50/(4+4)x2  65/3+3  70/2+2  75/1+1 80/(1+1)x3

Cl Pull  80/5  90/3×3

 

Thur
PSn + OHSQ 50/(3+3)x2 65/2+2 70/2+2 75/(2+2)x2
Sn Bal 50/4 60/3 70/3 80/2×2

Say No To LSD
Written by Michele Vieux

I have been asked many times, especially now that the Look Good, Feel Good Challenge is in full effect, if people should do “cardio” on their own in addition to their strength and conditioning workouts at Invictus.  My initial reaction is usually, “how was traditional ‘cardio’ working for you before Invictus?”  Think back on the low-fat/fat-free craze of the 90’s – long, slow distance (“LSD”) endeavors are kind of like that “conventional wisdom” that we now know to have been poor guidance.

Paradigm shift here people.