The Invictus Masters Social Support Network
The Social Support Network Within the Invictus Masters Program Written by Nichole Kribs A social support network has been touted for years by athletes as…Read More
Poison or Medicine? The difference is DOSE
Written by TJ O’Brien So I’m addicted to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu now, just in case you didn’t hear…Read More
Excellent Coaches Make Decisions that Pull ‘Double Duty’
Written by Kirsten Ahrendt The best coaches make things look effortless – their classes somehow accomplish learning…Read More
The Art of Being an Adaptable Coach
Written by Nichole Kribs Everyone appreciates an adaptable person; someone who isn’t stuck in their way and who…Read More
What is Customizing?
Written by Kirsten Ahrendt A big part of Invictus-style of coaching and programming is the level of agency and freedom to…Read More
Can You Be Too Efficient?
Written by TJ O’Brien Last year I read “4,000 Weeks: Time Management for Mortals”, by Oliver Burkeman, and I couldn’t…Read More
What Are Toes-to-Bar?
Contributing Authors: Brittany Weiss, Michele Vieux & Travis Ewart A toes-to-bar is put together exactly how it is read. It’s pretty much…Read More
5 Reasons You Struggle with Toes-to-Bar
Written by Michele Vieux Oh the elusive toes-to-bar. It seems like such a straightforward movement that any strong and…Read More
The Ultimate Guide to Double-Unders
Written by Michele Vieux & Nichole Kribs Some of us grew up jumping rope, participating in events like Jump Rope…Read More
Quality Gymnastics Skills Practice
Written by Nichole DeHart I love learning new skills. I really love seeing other people learn new skills. It is…Read More
A Patient Approach to Nutrition and Training
Written by Fritz Nugent We often have new members step into the gym who want to start out…Read More
Coaching “It’s Been A While” Client
Coaching the “It’s Been A While” Client Written by TJ O’Brien “I’m getting back into the swing of things, but it’s been a while…” If…Read More
What’s a Realistic # of PRs to Expect in a Year?
Written by Jared Enderton We recently received this question about Olympic weightlifting from a…Read More
Don’t Chase Perfection at the Expense of Progress
Written by Jared Enderton “I hit a 5lb PR today, but it was ugly.” “I hit a…Read More
The Most Revealing Test in CrossFit
Written by Kirsten Ahrendt There are plenty of “tests” in CrossFit. There are lifts to test our overall strength,…Read More