Dave Scott Free e-Program

 
 
While we’re basking in the warm weather down south in Boulder, I noticed that freezing rain was forecast for Bozeman this week. Fall has arrived up north. Tritons, it’s time to work on some of those flabby areas. I’m going to send you a sample program from my website that you can all try over the next 6 weeks. I have mountains of programs that will address all your strength needs. Check out my website at www.davescottinc.com and let me know how you do on this e-program. I’m sure Art’s magnificent 6-pack is a good goal for all of you. Paste the following link http://davescottinc.com/total-body-tri-101/  into your browser and check your Triton email for the password. 
— Dave
 
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 provided an inspiring talk for the Tritons in the autumn of 2009. His sons Ryan & Drew are members of the Montana State University Bobcat Nordic Ski Team.

Time to Get Moving!

Ok Tritons, no more loafing around waiting for the weather to break – spring is here and it’s time to get going!  Don’t forget to strengthen your glutes, low back and abs as you ramp up your spring training.  Below are a couple great exercises; hip extension and hip abduction with a stretch cord.  These two will really fire those dormant glute muscles.  Good luck.  – Dave Scott

Spring Training Ramp Up – Program for Bozeman Tritons – By 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 Thoughts

Hello Tri-club members! It was great coming up to Bozeman and chatting with you all. You’ve got a great energetic and hearty group of athletes. Hopefully in the future on one of my visits to see my two sons we can reconnect. One winter training tip that I’d like to share is to start up or continue your strength training. Make sure you include full body exercises that incorporate the glutes, hips, low abs and low back, quads and arms in one exercise. For example, an old fashion burpee with a push up and a vertical jump added into the exercise is a good one use.  A second exercise is to take a set of light dumbbells  and to perform a squat lowering the weights to the floor simutaneously jumping and curling the weights to your shoulder immediately followed by a half squat and completing the exercise with a split leg overhead jump press. Happy winter training! – Dave www.davescottinc.com

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