CURRENT CYCLE IS IN PROGRESS!
If you're looking to build strength for competition, this program is for you!
This 8-week goes through October 7th.
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COACH HUNTER BRITT
Hunter joined the Invictus Coaching staff in 2015, and brings with him a solid background of competitive coaching and programming experience. He holds a number of CrossFit Certifications and has worked with several world renowned coaches, affiliates and Games Athletes in the the sport of both Powerlifting and CrossFit. Hunter uses effective methods to build strength, while perfecting technique.
Hunter competed in the CrossFit Games in 2016 & 2017 with Team Invictus and with Conjugate Black in 2014. He loves coaching, and competing at the highest level; pushing and challenging himself.
I owe my success and new appreciation to strength training to Coach Hunter of Invictus
"I didn't know what to expect from completely cutting out my conditioning workouts and switching over to only strength training. Week by week, I started to feel the difference as certain things started to feel lighter and lighter when I would pick them up. Finishing up week 7, I knew when the following week arrived I was going to PR on my deadlift.
Finally Monday came and it called for a 1RM deadlift. Lift after lift, 225-275-315-365-405-455-475(my previous PR) felt smooth and not very heavy. I added some serious weight to my barbell knowing damn well that once I lift this I will have overcome a 4 year curse. I got set, took a big breath, arched my back as straight as I could, leaned back to my heels, kept the bar pressed against me and stood up while squeezing my ass as hard as I could.
It happened, after 4 years of struggling, sweating, crying, I overcame a platuea that lasted over 4 years... I stood up a significant PR of 25 pounds - achieving a new 1RM of 500 pounds. I owe my success and new appreciation to strength training to this amazing man called Coach Hunter of Invictus. Thank you for helping me overcome something I doubted for years would ever happen again. Here's to the start of a new me, Jesse, Invictus ATHLETE."
- Jesse M.