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Dave Scott Joins SFuels

I’m thrilled to be working with SFuels and their Go Longer Program. SFuels focuses on helping athletes make the transition to low-carb high fat fueling for optimum performance. Stay tuned for more exciting information to come.  https://youtu.be/M9e7J6okuvo

By | February 12th, 2019|Articles, News, Nutrition, Vlogs|0 Comments

2019 Ask The Man: I want to hear from you!

Hi All, For 2019, I want to hear from you! This year I will be focusing content on what I like to call "The Seven Pillars of Triathlon" that will include articles and information on the following topics or Pillars of Triathlon: Swim Bike Run Mobility, Stretching & Strength Nutrition The Mental Game: The emotional [...]

What Will the Dave Scott Tri Club Do For Me?

I created the Dave Scott Tri Club for one reason: to make athletes like you faster and more efficient.   After winning the IRONMAN World Championships 6 times – and competing as a professional all over the world – I devoted my life to coaching.   For over 30 years I’ve been obsessed with teaching my [...]

By | July 27th, 2018|Dave Scott Tri Club, News, Racing, Training|14 Comments

5 Big Mistakes People Make After Signing Up for an IRONMAN

It's easy to get wrapped up in the excitement of training for a big race. I've seen both pros and amateurs make plenty of errors in their training that have led to detrimental race results or a loss of an entire season due to injury. Here are the 5 biggest mistakes I’ve seen and my [...]

By | April 18th, 2018|Articles, Bike, BioAstin, News, Racing, Run, Swim, Training|2 Comments

Add Structure to Your Weekend Rides With This Workout

When you ride with friends on the weekends do you either just go out for an easy-paced cruise or do you try to put the hammer down on each other for most of the ride? This Workout Wednesday Powered by Bioastin is something in-between. It can give you and your buddies a structured workout that [...]

6 Tips to Live a Long & Healthy Life

This shot was recently taken of my dad, Verne, and me. My dad turned 93 on June 19th. He’s always been a huge supporter of me and my kids: attending and organizing swim meets, water polo matches and coming to Kona for most of my races... and, of course, doing all of things dads do that [...]

Limited Time? Train with 9 Hours a Week

Most of us squeeze our training time around work, family and other life commitments. For those of you who have limited time to devote to triathlon, I'd like to share my thoughts on how to structure your workouts so that you can continue to enjoy our sport. In this video, I outline which workouts are critical to improving [...]

#AskDS6x: What to Eat Prior to High Intensity Morning Workouts

This week Dave answers a question from follower, Judith Cardinaels. Question: In the morning when running tempo or short intervals I get hungry. You mentioned in a tip to hold off on eating to burn calories for the morning workout. What should I eat prior to high intensity morning workouts? Answer: Hunger is fine!  However, [...]

By | March 23rd, 2015|Articles, Ask The Man, EAS, News, Nutrition, Training, Training Articles|0 Comments

#AskDS6x: Anaerobic Training and Picking a Training Coach

Advantage of Short Rep's and How to Pick a Training Coach This week I received the below questions - hope these answers help! Question:  Is a 3-5 min interval not also deeply anaerobic? What’s the advantage of such short reps? Answer:  Recognize that the intensity level needs to be defined so a 3 -5’ interval could be a [...]