The Kettlebell Snatch in 4 Simple Steps
Video by Melissa Hurley

If you can only own one piece of equipment, the votes are piling up for the kettlebell which is probably the biggest bang you can get for your buck as it gives you the opportunity to perform weightlifting, conditioning and also supplemental work.

In this video, Coach Melissa demonstrates four simple steps to properly execute the kettlebell snatch, a movement that is great for training not only explosive hip power but also the midline, anti-rotation and shoulder stability. You can easily incorporate these into your Invictus workouts by subbing them in for dumbbell ground to overhead,

The Kettlebell Snatch in 4 Simple Steps
Video by Melissa Hurley

If you can only own one piece of equipment, the votes are piling up for the kettlebell which is probably the biggest bang you can get for your buck as it gives you the opportunity to perform weightlifting, conditioning and also supplemental work.

In this video, Coach Melissa demonstrates four simple steps to properly execute the kettlebell snatch, a movement that is great for training not only explosive hip power but also the midline, anti-rotation and shoulder stability. You can easily incorporate these into your Invictus workouts by subbing them in for dumbbell ground to overhead,

Deadlift Box Drill to Ensure Posterior Chain Recruitment
Video by Hunter Britt

Invictus Coach, Hunter Britt, walks us through a drill that will help all athletes become aware of where their weight is as they deadlift. This drill will help athletes learn to keep their weight back and use more of their posterior chain throughout the lift – from the initial pull off the floor all the way through the finish position.

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Deadlift Box Drill to Ensure Posterior Chain Recruitment
Video by Hunter Britt

Invictus Coach, Hunter Britt, walks us through a drill that will help all athletes become aware of where their weight is as they deadlift. This drill will help athletes learn to keep their weight back and use more of their posterior chain throughout the lift – from the initial pull off the floor all the way through the finish position.

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Handstand Work – From the Ground Up!
Video by Travis Ewart

Learning a handstand can be a long process, though well worth all the effort! On the surface it seems like all you need to do is get upside-down just right, and “voila!” you now know how to do all things inverted. Unfortunately this is just the tip of the iceberg.

There are many parts of a handstand that can be altered to create different handstand postures, but one of the most predominantly overlooked piece of the puzzle comes from hand position. As much as we may refer to hands acting as feet would while in a handstand,