COACHES’ CORNER

Preparing For A Competition

By Jessa Lemoine Competition takes a lot of preparation.  We know that from sports of all ages. Whether you played little league as a kid, a sport in college or anything in between you are familiar with the word “practice”.  We practice all week for the game on the weekend, we train all year for

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Oh We Talking Teams….

Hey Athletes….. We are posting all the teams.  If you do not see your name please email me ASAP at  bern@incvictusboston.com     WOMEN’S DIVISION Caroline Calia Yates Aimee W. Sara Rubin Alesina Cali Gallagher Çallahan Alice Kuo K.Cook Kacey Heather Rooney Glennith Kayla Erin Kerry Kerstein Karla Kit Lam Bori Margeaux Helshel Wendy Feng

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2018 Invictus Boston Internal Throw Down

Hi Athletes…… Saturday, October 27th 2018 starting at 9am sharp will will be holding our Internal Throw Down at 209 Columbus Ave.   For the 1st time ever we will have 2 divisions, Male and Female. Both divisions will have 2 WODs with the top 5 from each division making the finals for a last

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Bring A Friend Day Invictus Back Bay

It’s that time of year again! Time to grab your friend who’s been dying to come in, but just needs that extra push. Grab your friends and bring them in for a fun, simple partner WOD. No experience necessary! Bring A Friend Day will run at our Columbus Avenue location in Back Bay on Saturday

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Focus On HOW You Exercise

By Justin Wright Many of you out there are putting in tremendous levels of effort in the gym. Many still are matching that effort equally with the little things that happen outside of the gym: nutrition, mobility, hydration and sleep. You are squeezing all the possible juice out of your training sessions and lifestyle; your

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The Power of Words

By Breezy Hamilton Words do matter, a lot. Language shapes the way we think and how we perceive our world. This includes our mental, physical, and emotional states. While the mind can seem separate from the body, it is rather the complete opposite. I am no scientist, nor do I have concrete facts to prove

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Cold Showers

By Chase Devine This may seem odd to you at first, but I will say it anyway: I have not taken a hot (or even warm) shower in 75 Days. Yes, that also includes during winter. Why? For stress, of course! This first statement may seem strange to you so let me explain. Yes, it

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Catalyst

By Justin Wright cat·a·lyst ˈkad(ə)ləst/ noun a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction without itself undergoing any permanent chemical change. a person or thing that precipitates an event.   As some of you may know, I have a background in Chemistry and worked in a lab for a number of years prior

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Don’t Let Dehydration Cramp Your Summer Workouts

As we move into the summer months, outdoor temperatures get higher and it becomes increasingly more important that we stay hydrated. This is especially true for those of us who are active during the day. That’s why we’ve put together this handy guide for making sure you stay hydrated during these hot summer days. Stay

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