I’ve been a coach for over 30 years. Sure, 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”. 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
Today’s Workout Wednesday powered by BioAstin combines variable gearing and high intensity intervals (HIIT) to challenge your body to begin tolerating high levels of muscle acidity. The HIIT intervals interspersed into your cycling workout are self-governing [...]
Looking to freshen up some run sessions? Try adding hopping and jumping in your training. In this Workout Wednesday powered by BioAstin I recommend combining hopping and jumping intermixed with your normal running to increase [...]
With the holiday season upon us, life has become especially busy! With work, travel, holiday parties and family obligations it’s often difficult to find time to train. I’ve discovered that keeping to a daily exercise routine during [...]
Strength, stretching and mobility training -- otherwise known as bodywork -- are crucial to your triathlon program. I recommend that you always include bodywork in your training, even if you have to give up some of [...]
In this shot from the 1984 IRONMAN World Championship, I was way behind Mark Allen in Hawi (the halfway point on the bike leg). Mark had set a blistering pace that I couldn’t match during the first [...]
As winter approaches in the Northern Hemisphere some athletes will spend most of their cycling time indoors. Often indoor cycling workouts turn into hammer sessions where athletes push themselves so hard that they forget about [...]
Instead of waiting to start your new season on January 1 like most people, I like to have my athletes begin their New Year on December 15. Why? Because it helps establish a disciplined laser focus during [...]
After a gluttonous Thanksgiving (or any other major holiday), it’s no wonder that many of us are feeling sluggish. I have just the antidote: My 50-40-30 Brick Workout! This fun session will snap you out [...]
After graduating from college in 1976, I became a workout machine. I lifted weights, swam, ran and rode my bike everywhere. Entering my first marathon in Sacramento in the fall of 1979, I ran the race shirtless, [...]