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Get Faster2019-07-29T13:54:03-07:00

Get Faster

I’ve been a coach for over 40 years. I’ve helped pros win world championships, but most of my time is spent with dedicated age groupers like you who are committed to improving your results.

Triathlon is a complex sport of swimming, biking and running. To truly reach your potential, you must combine these disciplines with vital strength & flexibility training and solid nutritional science… along with strategic training periodization and proven race tactics.

I’ll cut through the confusion, make you more efficient and help you optimize your performance. My slogan is simple: “Proven Results. Guaranteed”. Commit to one of my training programs and I’ll make you faster…I guaranteed it.

Dave Scott taught me how to push the boundaries of what was physically and mentally possible. He is an expert in all facets of endurance training and had a massive influence on my career. He really is “The Man”!

Craig Alexander

3x IRONMAN World Champion
2x IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion

Training Articles & Videos

Hoka Hip Mobility

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Dave Scott goes over three key hip mobility exercises designed to increase your range of motion and performance while swimming, biking or running.

Recommended Swim Gear

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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 [...]

1989 The Story

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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.

Ask The Man: Should I Stay Seated or Stand Up When I’m Riding Up A Hill On My Tri Bike?

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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.