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Webinar: Dave Scott's Race Faster: The Mental Training Tactics and Race Day Strategies of World Champions

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Topic: Dave Scott's Race Faster: The Mental Training Tactics and Race Day Strategies of World Champions

Racing successfully requires more than just “showing up” on race day.  Performing at your personal best on race day starts well before race day by developing a race strategy, setting measurable short-term goals and using a set of mental training tools.

In this special webinar, Dave Scott – 6x Ironman World Champion and coach to Chrissie Wellington – shares the mental training handbook that top athletes like Chrissie use to perform at their best on race day.  

Topics covered in this webinar include:

  • The importance short-term goal setting and revision 
  • Creating a "winning" race day strategy
  • Developing a mental road map for the course
  • Taking a physical self-inventory during the race
  • Being in (and getting back to being) in the moment
  • Overcoming low moments and setbacks

You can now learn the tools achieve your “winning” success, too. The webinar is appropriate for coaches and triathletes of all distances who desire better results.

Purchase this archived webinar now.

Dave Scott

Dave Scott is the most recognized athlete and coach in the sport of triathlon. He is a six-time Ironman World Champion and the first inductee into the Ironman Hall of Fame.

Dave’s career in triathlon began with the inception of the sport in 1976. He won his first Hawaii Ironman in 1980 and went on to win again in 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986 and 1987. In 1993, he was honored for his accomplishments in the sport and became the first inductee into the Ironman Hall of Fame. To celebrate, Dave came out of retirement and at the age of forty, after a five-year absence from competition, decided to race again. In a stunning and memorable performance, beating out an impressive field of professional athletes – many of whom were in their twenties – Dave placed second overall. This incredible physical and mental feat earned Dave a new nickname among the triathlon community and he has since been known as “The Man”.

Dave currently devotes his time educating and inspiring athletes of all abilities and ages, leading sport camps, clinics and races across the country and running his own training group in Boulder, Colorado. Dave combines years of wisdom, wit and creativity to his passion for helping others. He has been the head coach for Team In Training since 1999, helping to certify TNT coaches nationwide and is actively involved in the running of his business. Dave Scott, Inc. offers individual and group fitness and nutrition consultations, innovative strength and flexibility e-program exercises, multi-media sport analysis and training tips, video analysis and corporate and tri club speaking engagements and clinics. Dave is based in Boulder, Colorado, and greatly enjoys spending time with his three children and maintaining a healthy and physically fit lifestyle.

To learn more about Dave and his triathlon training programs, please visit: www.davescottinc.com

David Glover

Author of Full Time & Sub-Nine: Fitting Iron Distance Training into Everyday Life, David Glover's passion is developing others to their full potential.  He blends the formal education of a Masters in Exercise Physiology with the wisdom garnered from 100+ triathlon finishes – including 28 Ironman-distance races (8:51 PR) – and coaching hundreds of athletes.  David is also a cancer survivor, a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, a former submarine officer and is certified as a coach by both USA Triathlon and USA Cycling.  For more information about David, please visit: http://enduranceworks.net.

 

 

Sanctioning Status: USAT SANCTIONED

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Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT Members or Coaches; $39.99 for Non-Members
Event Date: Apr. 24, 2012
Start Time: 4:00 PM MST

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