Dave shares a few of his favorite swim gear recommendations: Bundle One: This selection of gear helps to maximize head position and body alignment increasing bilateral symmetry. Freestyle Snorkel( FS ): High head position and lateral head movement are the two freestyle triggers for poor alignment! The FS will correct this [...]
Dave Scott recommends his favorite two supplements for anti-aging, cardiovascular, joint, organ and skin health
Ironman legends Dave Scott and Mark Allen joined Triathlete LIVE for the Kona Special before the start of the World Championships. » Watch Now!
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Try these stretches to improve your freestyle swim stroke. They are great when coming back from an injury or to maintain flexibility and fluidity in the water. https://youtu.be/Vv3CW_zm3T8
Here are my tips on how to optimize your nutrition and improve your racing if you have a high sweat rate. https://youtu.be/2X45C7UVj54
On October 14, 1989 at the Ironman® Triathlon World Championship the universe of sport was changed forever when Dave Scott and Mark Allen ran “The Greatest Race Ever Run” pushing each other to the breaking point, and then pushing harder for more than eight hours, never separated by more than a few feet.
It is never a good idea to skip your warm up especially if you are jumping in on a fast workout. Warming up is vital for several reasons and provides several physiological and psychological benefits.
There should be a combination of both seated and standing when climbing. I do not have a steadfast formula on how much you should do of each. There are several variables that affect climbing on your bike including the gradient of the hills as well as the muscle physiology and biomechanics of each individual. With practice you can develop your own rhythm of how to stand and sit while climbing on the bike.