Much Ado About Kristin
Written by Michele Vieux

It’s always the quiet ones you should watch out for. In this case, the one you wouldn’t suspect isn’t your neighbor who turned out to be a serial killer – thankfully. It is quiet, sweet Kristin Woodburn, your fellow Invicti, who is starring in Shakesphere’s, Much Ado About Nothing.
I want to gather a Sea of Green to watch the show and cheer her on. Yes, she said she would LOVE IT if we cheered!

The venue is in Carlsbad but it is FREE for lawn seats and you are allowed to bring blankets and picnics!

REMINDER – Bon Voyage Party for George and Sarah is on Sunday!
Where: Liberty Station NTC Park
When: Sunday, August 5th from 11am – 1pm.
What to bring: A chair and/or blanket, plus any fun group-type activities you might have, such as a football, frisbee or cornhole/bags.
Food: This will be a pot-luck style party so just bring something to share plus whatever beverages you might want. We will supply the plastic wear, napkins and plates.


So Long,

Cowles Mountain Meet-Up for San Diego CrossFitters
Written by Nik Hawks, co-founder of Paleo Treats

One of the neatest things about CrossFit is the community.

The workouts drew me back in ’04, but it was the folks that I got to workout with that kept me around.  That first CrossFit I hung out with was SoCal’s Saturdays in Mission Bay Park, but I’ve worked with the crews at CFSD, CF East Village, CF Invictus, met with some of the folks at Elysium, Chula Vista, Coach B, worked with the folks who started CF Coronado and (if I’m hearing names right) CF Outlier.


Bon Voyage Party for George and Sarah
Written by C.J. Martin

I dislike writing this post more than any other I have written to date. This is my public thank you and goodbye to one of my best friends, and one of the best things to happen to Invictus since we opened our doors.

As many of you know, this Sunday George Economou and his wife Sarah will be moving to Portland, Oregon where George will begin chiropractic school in the Fall. It’s an exciting move for them and an opportunity for George to become even more learned and effective in his quest to help people live healthier and happier lives.