Become a Victor Not a Victim
Written By Bryce Smith

Winners win, and losers lose. Winning needs to become a culture in your life. Losers make unnecessary excuses and love to play the blame game as to why they aren’t where they want to be in their life. Wake up and decide that you are going to grind and not allow others to control your destiny.

Control the controllable.

Do not blame others, do not blame circumstances. Instead, make a vow to yourself to learn from the situation and improve.

Become a Green Machine with Liquid Chlorophyll
Written By Bryce Smith

Here at Invictus, we are very fortunate to be a part of the Sea of Green! What better way to enhance our greenness than by adding chlorophyll in to our diet?!

Chlorophyll (More like Boraphyll…)

Chlorophyll is the green pigment or coloring found in almost all plants and algae and is a natural, fat soluble molecule which allows them to convert light into energy. It is known as the blood of plants and acts like hemoglobin does in humans.

How to Build Toughness
Written By Bryce Smith

That unique ability to compensate for a lack of strength, skill, or ability usually comes from a little thing called toughness. If you are tough, you have the ability to overcome challenges and will have gained strength through adversity.

Toughness is having to be at your best when you are not feeling your best. It is internal discipline to not give in to that little voice in your head that is telling you to cave in when you are in a hot gym,

How to Build Toughness
Written By Bryce Smith

That unique ability to compensate for a lack of strength, skill, or ability usually comes from a little thing called toughness. If you are tough, you have the ability to overcome challenges and will have gained strength through adversity.

Toughness is having to be at your best when you are not feeling your best. It is internal discipline to not give in to that little voice in your head that is telling you to cave in when you are in a hot gym,

Adventuring with Invictus Member Curt Lewis
Interview By Bryce Smith

When I first started working with Curt, he was incredibly bothered by a nagging shoulder injury that wouldn’t allow him to live pain-free. He was rowing on his own at moderate to low intensity striving to maintain any level of fitness but living a very frustrated life. Now a few months into working with him, he is learning to find balance in his life. He is getting outdoors and adventuring in Yosemite National Park and taking part in lots of outdoor activities locally when -he is working his two jobs at Lululemon and Pete’s Paleo.