INVICTUS ATHLETIC ESSENTIALS PROGRAM
Train Like An Athlete, Train For Longevity,
Train For Life Beyond Competition
Train like an athlete again. Move with purpose, get stronger, more powerful and get back to having fun with your training.
If you are ready for a program that will help you continuously improve your strength and get you back to looking and feeling like an athlete - this program was made for you.
Invictus Athletic Essentials was created to build your strength and athleticism by moving in different patterns that your typical fitness program.
Sprint, Jump, Rotate and Lift your way to building an athletic physique that moves and feels better.
This program will reintroduce you to strength and conditioning and help you find your inner athlete again.
You will clean, snatch, squat, bench, sprint and jump. We have also added in functional hypertrophy training, plyometrics and rotational movements to build coordination through multiple planes.
Invictus Athletic Essentials is designed for athletes looking to improve your overall health and fitness to live an active, rewarding lifestyle through athletic and dynamic movements.
I started training with Coach Blaine as a high school football player and
immediately noticed a difference in my training. He knew what my goals
were and trained me in the manner to help me maximize my full genetic
potential, focusing on speed and acceleration. Blaine is extremely gifted in
using every resource available keeping it fun for all athletes!
By training with Blaine I dropped my 40 yard dash time from a 4.75 to
4.59. We also focused on my vertical power using various techniques such
as cleans, snatches, box jumping, bounding, and other variants. I also
increased my vertical jump height by almost 6 inches!
Aside from all of the numbers and goals that I had; Blaine also taught me
DURABILITY IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN ABILITY. Blaine cares about every
one of his athletes, he will take your training to the next level, like he
did for me when I landed a full athletic scholarship to play football at the
Blaine McConnell is a former D-1 collegiate athlete, having
played football at the University of Idaho, while earning his
degree in Exercise Science.
At his NFL Pro Day, Blaine ran a 4.30 40-yard dash, posted a 45”
vertical jump, and an 11’9” broad jump. Blaine’s strength and
power earned him MVP of the 2016 GRID league and a 6th
place finish at the CrossFit Games as a team athlete.
Blaine accredits a lot of his success in the sport of fitness to his
knowledge and experience in sport-specific strength and