Jared Enderton Launches Invictus Weightlifting Program

Last weekend CrossFit Invictus announced that Jared Enderton was joining the Invictus coaching staff. Enderton will run the Invictus Weightlifting Program that launched this past Monday.

The move to Invictus means that Enderton has parted ways with Jon North’s Dark Orchestra Online programming. Enderton provided programming for the 3-2-1 Lift program, a CrossFit/Weightlifting combo program that supplemented CrossFit WODs with Olympic Weightlifting, and contributed to the weightlifting programming along with Jon and Jessica North.

It wasn’t an easy decision to make but I have decided to leave The Dark Orchestra. Jon North & I have been friends since 2011 at Cal Strength & we started TeamDO in 2014. Years of learning, slamming bars & a ton of fun. These past 3-4 years running TeamDO were some of the best years of my life. I owe a lot to Jon & Jess as they brought me on to the Weightlifting Talk podcast & even gave me a shot at running TeamDO alongside them. Jon & I will continue to be friends, but, we both agreed it was best if we went our own ways from a business standpoint. TeamDO will always hold a special place in my heart & I wish you guys nothing but the best in your future endeavors!

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Enderton will continue to run his CrossFit affiliate, CrossFit Pandora’s Box, and be the Strength & Conditioning Coach at the Olympic Training Center for the Sprint Cycling Team.

The Invictus Weightlifting Program is a 3-day per week program that supplements your CrossFit programming. The 75-minute sessions will focus on improving the snatch and clean & jerk along with accessory work to get you stronger and better at moving a heavy barbell. Pricing begins at $39/month with discounts for 3 and 6-month commitments.

Jared Enderton was a former competitive weightlifter, but transitioned to CrossFit two years ago. Enderton has qualified to the South Regional the past two seasons and finished 12th this year.

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