Are You Keeping Track?
Written by Nichole DeHart

So, I would like to take a poll. How many of you know your numbers? You know, like how much is your one rep max back squat? What is your heaviest clean and jerk? I am sure some of you can tell me instantly your numbers or can head over to the red cabinet and look through your logbook to tell me your numbers.  As for the rest of you, my question of knowing your numbers may be a foreign concept. Alas, we shall change this!

Best Wishes to Dave and Camille!
Written by C.J. Martin

This is an exciting weekend for one of our favorite couples. Coach Dave will be marrying our favorite Canadian midget this weekend – the always energetic Camille Leblanc-Bazinet. These two are as energetic, fun and enthusiastic as any couple you could hope to meet, and I have no doubt that their wedding day will reflect that same great energy.

Please join me in wishing Dave and Camille a wedding day as joyful as the two of them, and a lifetime filled with adventure,

Mediterranean Frittata
Written by George and Sarah Economou

This is a great dish to make on Sunday and keep in the fridge. You can cut pieces of it to take to the gym/work each morning (or enjoy at home if you’re lucky). It tastes great cold or heated up!

Cook 3 pieces of bacon until done, but not super crispy (it will continue to cook in the frittata). We use a broiler pan and put the bacon in the oven at 400*F for about 20 minutes. Place several handfuls of spinach leaves in a microwavable bowl and cook on high for about a minute,

Breakfast Hash – A Delicious Eggless Breakfast Option
Written by Michele Vieux

I came up with this recipe when I bought one of those giant pork loins (that are always on sale) at the grocery store for a dinner party and didn’t know what to do with the “ugly half” which is what I call the end that has the tasty, yet not as appetizing, darker meat. Not only is it a breakfast alternative to eggs, it also makes a tasty snack.

3-4 lb. pork loin roast
2 T.

Living Awesome
Written by Shane Farmer

We’re all members of a great gym. Invictus provides a platform for us to sweat, motivate, make friends, and live a healthy life. As coaches we strive to create an environment where everyone can succeed and thrive. But how many of us have stopped and asked ourselves the question . . . “What’s the point?”

I don’t say that in a “am I doing what I want with my life? Maybe I should quit my job and move to south america to foster recovering dolphins