Onetrack is a club for runners who want to learn and create change. We believe that every runner should have access to the same knowledge to improve their physical intelligence, regardless of level.
Onetrack was created by Anthony Fletcher (better known as Fletch) to support part-time athletes with elite potential who lacked the funding and support of a wider coaching team. The club has since grown into an open community of over 200 registered runners. Read on for an overview of our current offering...
Free weekly track sessions take place each Monday at 6.45pm - 8pm at the Duke of York Square in Chelsea. These sessions are open to all levels and are based on an interval format aimed at building speed and endurance. During sessions, you’re likely to learn about the science of running - and so don’t be surprised if you naturally build out your running glossary with terms like lactate thresholds, negative splits and fartleks.
If you’re looking for a coach but don’t need someone to be pounding the pavements with you then online coaching could be for you. At any level, whether you’re running your first ever 5k or aiming for a marathon personal best, Onetrack Coaches can carry out biomechanics assessments, create bespoke training plans, be on hand for unlimited support and even help you define your next goal.
Find out more about online coaching here.
Onetrack Camps are a way to remove the distractions of day-to-day life and focus purely on learning and training. In camps, you’ll learn the practical application of current evidence and be able to dispel training myths that are rife in an age of information overload.
To see what camps are currently scheduled, go here.
As Onetrack grows, it’s become increasingly important to have a guiding principle. For us, this is to look after ourselves, each other and our environment. Out of this, Onetrack1000 was born. In 2019, the first Onetrack1000 event took place in support of Blue Marine Foundation. Over 100 runners ran a combination of 5k’s, 10k’s and half marathons on the track and raised an incredible £15,000 to help save our oceans.