CrossFit Invictus and owner C.J Martin are industry experts well known for delivering the “gold standard” of CrossFit and strength and conditioning programming, with the ultimate member experience focused on FITNESS, COMMUNITY & RESULTS. Don’t settle for a CrossFit program designed by inexperienced programmers who lack extensive industry knowledge and are trying to figure it out along the way.
Our CrossFit 580 Group Coaching program is custom designed by industry experts to meet the needs of our large and varied community, which includes members of our military special forces, full-time moms, doctors, lawyers, police officers, fire fighters, business executives, accomplished athletes, and retired grandparents. Regardless of how you earn an income or your current fitness level, you will benefit from the experienced coaching at CrossFit 580.
CrossFit 580 strives to push our members, athletes and community to accomplish things they never thought they could. We promise to provide passionate experienced coaches and offer individualized training in a small group environment. Everyone who steps foot into CrossFit 580 will feel loved and respected.
While not as specific as an individualized program designed just for you, our group coaching program still allows our members to choose from three CrossFit Program Levels to achieve their goals:
As the name implies, these workouts are designed to promote and enhance your health and fitness. During a “Fitness” workout, participants are exposed to a wide variety of movements with a focus on proper mechanics. The “Fitness” workouts are great for beginners because they focus on movement quality rather than intensity, but… the “Fitness” workouts are not just for beginners. Like all of our workout options, these workouts are scalable and can be made as difficult as one could imagine. In fact, many of our veterans find them extremely challenging (and beneficial). The “Fitness” workout is perfect for the individual looking to be strong and lean for the long haul.
These workouts include a greater degree of intensity and complexity. You’ll be exposed to the best that the world of strength and conditioning has to offer – gymnastics, Olympic lifting, plyometrics, sprinting, etc… No gimmicks, just proven methods for getting individuals strong, fast and fit. Your coach will provide you with the tools to reach new strength levels and push yourself beyond what you thought was achievable. If you’re looking to take your fitness to the next level, this is an excellent option.
The sport of CrossFit is one of the fastest growing, most exciting opportunities out there for athletes looking to push the boundaries of human performance. Like any sport, CrossFit demands high levels of skill and coordination as well as strength, speed, power and endurance. Our competition program is designed to help athletes prepare for elements likely to be contested in the sport of CrossFit, as well as prepare them to be as adept and well-rounded as possible to excel in unknown elements of our growing sport. If you are interested in developing as a CrossFit athlete, please contact us for more information.
Group coaching is the perfect solution for the individual looking for a supportive community that shares their desire to be healthier and happier.
Group coaching allows our members to work with a professional coach for a fraction of the investment. All of our members are assigned to one of our professional coaches who are responsible for monitoring progress and holding their athletes accountable to achieving their fitness goals.
In our one-hour group sessions, participants will be lead by our expert coaches through multiple phases of fitness and recovery:
Simply put, our programs are designed to improve our members’ health and performance in the way that is most meaningful for their needs and desires.
Eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar. Keep intake to levels that will support exercise but not body fat. Practice and train major lifts: Deadlift, clean, squat, presses, C&J, and snatch. Similarly, master the basics of gymnastics: pull-ups, dips, rope climb, push-ups, sit-ups, presses to handstand, pirouettes, flips, splits, and holds. Bike, run, swim, row, etc, hard and fast. Five or six days per week mix these elements in as many combinations and patterns as creativity will allow. Routine is the enemy. Keep workouts short and intense. Regularly learn and play new sports.
— Coach Greg Glassman, CrossFit Founder and CEO (Courtesy of CrossFit Inc.)