What is OnTrack Running?
A 12-week training program leading up to the 2023 SaskMarathon for individuals interested in participating in the 5K or 10K distance this year. This program is designed to prepare runners for their 5K or 10k SaskMarathon race and starts on March 6.
OnTrack is geared to:
- New runners looking to participate in their first race.
- Runners aspiring to be their best by improving their pace / finish time.
- People getting back into running after an injury or long break.
- People who want to follow a training program specific to improving performance based on their current performance abilities.
There are only 250 spots available. Register through the SaskMarathon Race Roster page.
- NOTE: you must be registered for the 2023 SaskMarathon 5K or 10K race to join the program
Before the program beings registered participants will receive:
- Pace – each registered participant completes a 2K timed run or walk on their own and will be provided a link to determine their own pace.
- Pre- program confirmation email includes what you need to participate and how to make the best of the program.
OnTrack will be delivered through weekly emails every Sunday for the 12 weeks leading up to the Saskatchewan Marathon (starting March 6, 2023). When you sign up, you get:
- A link with a video instructions on how to determine your pace.
- Weekly inspirational videos with Run and Race Tips, exercises, and nutrition advice.
- Virtual coaching sessions form the team at Craven SPORT Services, Prairie Run Crew, and special guests.
- Opportunity to ask questions directly to your coaches and get your questions answered personally
With this program you will:
- Build strength and flexibility.
- Improve your overall body mobility.
- Learn how hydration and nutrition affects your performance.
- Incorporate breathing exercises to help you relax and reduce stress.
- Set up your weekly training schedule.
- Understand the importance of rest days.
We’ll help you along the way!
- Opportunities for “tune–up” mini-races will help you track your improvement. These races will be timed and organized in Saskatoon, Regina, Swift Current, North Battleford, and more locations around the province – some free and some for a small extra cost. Information on these mini-races will be shared through the weekly newsletters
- Participants can ask specific questions and get responses from our team of experts and coaches privately or address the entire group so everyone can benefit from the information.
The cost of the program is $60
That’s just 5 (five) dollars per week for top-notch advice from the best coaching and training experts in the industry.
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Meet your Coaches
Bruce Craven – Craven SPORT services
Bruce is an internationally recognized Sport Physiotherapist and Strength and Conditioning Coach, with over 31 years of experience working with athletes in over 40 different sports, competing at provincial, national, international and Olympic/Paralympic competitions. Bruce has his Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy, is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Associate clinical professor at the University of Saskatchewan School of Physical Therapy, a sessional lecturer in the College of Kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan, an instructor for the National Coaches Association of Canada, and a member of the Canadian Sport Center’s National Sport Medicine and Science Committee. Bruce is a highly-sought presenter who couples expertise with skilled teaching abilities.
Tarrant Crosschild – Prairie Run Crew
Tarrant trains with a high-performance running group in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; and sharing his message of hope and restoration with people across North America. In 2015, along with his wife and four children, Tarrant founded Child of the Cross Running Clinics, which has reached thousands of youth to date. Through these clinics, Tarrant encourages Indigenous youth to live an active lifestyle and to make positive, healthy choices. Tarrant is also an ambassador of Brainsport Running Store in Saskatoon and an ambassador of New Balance Running Shoes.
Jillian Gallays – Craven SPORT services
Jill is a 2016 Olympian, Pan American Champion, and World Bronze Medalist in wrestling. She was a member of University of Saskatchewan Huskie Wrestling Team from 2004-2010 and has been a member of the Canadian National Wrestling Team since 2006. She graduated from the Kinesiology program at the University of Saskatchewan in 2011, and has had her Certified Personal Trainer since 2008. Jill is the Director of Training at Craven SPORT services, where she oversees the strength and conditioning staff and programs, as well as the CSS Training Centre.