Jason Cain, Head Coach
- Height: 5’6
- Weight: 178 lbs
- Snatch: 259.6lbs
- Clean & Jerk: 334.4lbs
- Back Squat: 490lbs
- Deadlift: 535lbs
- Max Pull-ups: 55
- Fran 2:13
- Jakie 5:29
- CF Level 2
- NCCP part A and B
- Weightlifting Level 2
- B.Comm Finance, CCPE in Respirology, Immunology, Biotechnology, CPR, EMR
- Two time CrossFit Games Competitor - 2010 and 2011
- CrossFit Games Canada East Regional Champion 2011
- CrossFit Games Open, Canada West Champion 2012
- Won the two biggest CrossFit competitions held in the Prairies: the BCBD and the BOTB in 2013
- Named "Fittest in Saskatchewan" 2015 by CrossFit HQ
- Qualified and competed at Regionals 2009,2011,2012,2013,2014, and 2015
- Broke three national master's weightlifting records, December 2014.
- Three time nationally qualified weightlifter, 2013, 2014, 2015
- Named best lifter at the 2013 Pan American Master's Weightlifting Championships in Chicago, IL in 2013
- Have held up to 7 provincial lifting records
- Three time national master's champion 2013,2014,2017
- Nationally Qualified powerlifter in 2015 and again in 2017 with a WILKS above 400.
- 6th at the 2015 Canadian Powerlifting Championships
- 2017 Provincial Champion
Other Notable Accomplishments
- 2000 Canada West University Wrestling Champion
- 1998 Jr National Silver medallist in wrestling
- 1996 Mississauga High School Athlete of the Year
- 1994-1996 Three time winner of the Loyola High School Athlete of the Year
- 1986 Provincial Champion for Judo
I began CrossFitting officially in 2009, officially because my life has always been focused at becoming increasingly fit across various time domains. With a background predominately in wrestling and downhill skiing, but also encompassing mountain biking, mountain running, Ulitmate Frisbee, orienteering, white water kayaking, and squash, I have experienced the full extent of what sport has to offer, and this has made me ideally suited for CrossFit. Always an active athlete with an interest in physical fitness I instantly fell in love with CrossFit and it became my sport and fitness regimen of choice. I found that it provided a competitive environment where I pushed to perform but also a platform to achieve an uncomparable level of physical fitness. I now enjoy sharing my passion for CrossFit with my members by coaching and mentoring at Reebok CrossFit 306.
- Jason Cain
- Competed as a part of the 306 Regional Team in 2012 (7th place), 2013(21st place), 2014(15th place)
- Maintaining a healthy lifestyle with 3 kids!
- Competed in the IDFA Figure Competition - October 2012
- Competed in the SABBA Figure Division - April 2013
- Physical Activity and Sport Administration - Mount Royal University
- Bachelor of Management - Athabasca University
- Level 1 Precision Nutrition Coach
- Level 1 Yoga Fit
- Level 2 CrossFit
- Height: 5’10
- Weight: 165 lbs
- Deadlift - 348 pounds
- Press - 135
- Jerk - 175
- Clean - 185
- Back Squat - 265
- Front Squat - 235
- Favorite WOD - Filthy Fifty
- Favorite Lift - Sumo Deadlift High Pull
- CrossFit Goal - To keep training hard and improving my skills as an athlete and coach and enjoy the whole process.
I grew up playing a variety of sports with volleyball being the one that I predominantly focused on. While attending college and university, I remained active and worked out of a ‘globogym’ and took up long distance running. I continued running and even completed a ½ marathon while 5 months pregnant. However, after 3 kids, the time was no longer available to spend 3 hours going for a long run and 2 hour training sessions in the gym, plus with 3 kids - I was really tired!
Jason had just joined a Crossfit gym and I was going to join a Good Life fitness so that I could have childcare for my kids. We all know how that would have played out, I would pack up the kids, they would reluctantly enter the childcare facility, the baby would rage, I would have to cut my work out short and I would leave feeling frustrated and annoyed. So, I had a better idea - I too would join Crossfit and would give myself that gift of 1 hour for me - every night. I was hooked from the first class. The great thing - it was an hour. Now at the age of 35, I can honestly say that I am in the best shape and health of my life, thanks to the Crossfit/Paleo Lifestyle. I am so excited to share Crossfit and build an amazing community in this great city!
- Rebecca Winterhalt
- 2014 Spring fling 1st place scaled division
- 2014 Granite Games Community Team (Team 306) Competitor
- Favorite WOD: The Chief
- Least favorite movement: Handstand Push Ups
- CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
- Kinesiology Student
- Hockey Canada Level 4 Official
- Height: 6’1
- Weight: 198 lbs
My parents introduced me to sport at an early age. It began with soccer, which eventually turned into hockey & football. I played football throughout high school and played hockey until I graduated high school, I do still play recreationally. When I was getting into hockey I decided to take a part time job officiating the game. I figured it would be a good way to make some extra cash to buy myself my first pair of Oakley sunglasses (I still have them!). As the years progressed this part time job turned into a more serious thing as more opportunity opened up for me. I have traveled around western Canada (especially Saskatchewan) for various tournaments and development camps. I have also officiated in national & regional level tournaments. In 2013 I was hired by the Western Hockey League (WHL) as a linesman. I still officiate this league today. So if you’re ever at a Saskatoon Blades game and happened to notice “LUND” on the ice, don’t be afraid to ask for a puck after the period is over (especially if you have little kids!)
I am a Kinesiology student at the U of S. A lot of what I learn in school I am able to bring back to Reebok CrossFit 306 to provide a breadth of knowledge of sport and exercise science. I have taken several exercise physiology, anatomy, biomechanics & fitness management classes (to name a few). I have also completed the course requirements to be a Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) Certified Personal Trainer (CPT).
I began CrossFit as a training method for my game on the ice. This training method turned into a passion for health & fitness. As your coach you can be assured that I am always willing to make sure you are safe, have fun and will see long term progression in your health & fitness!
- Steven Lund
Our facility is state-of-the-art, but not in the way of your typical big-box gyms. We don’t have elliptical or weight machines. We use your body and real weights to create free, natural movement. We only have machines that mimic functional movement, and none of those that don’t contribute to overall health and a lean, conditioned body. We welcome you to take a look around our box and our equipment - you won’t see full length mirrors but you’ll see results in your own mirror and in the fit of your clothes when you make the move to functional fitness.
We are conveniently located in the North Industrial Park with easy access from Idylwyld, Circle Dr and Millar Ave.. In our 5,000 square-foot facility (and sometimes outside) we offer a broad training program that is suitable for any level of fitness.
Our program is based on CrossFit methodology. This means we do constantly varied, functional movements (like squats and push-ups) at a high-intensity. Functional movements are organic in nature, innate to our DNA and essential to our quality of life. We train for longevity, we train for health and most of all, and we train for fun.
In our gym, we have pull-up bars, ropes and rings. We have free weights and kettle bells. We have rowing machines and jump ropes. Most importantly, we have a community of athletes of all abilities led by the best CrossFit coaches who teach movements, coach form and inspire group workouts 8 times a day.
We also provide team training to help your, (hockey, ball, ultimate, rugby, etc...) team achieved peak physical preparedness for the season.