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Stories2024-03-09T03:14:48+00:00

Trent Fielder

Scott came into our family’s life by way of a fellow athlete. After communicating with him online and then speaking with him, it was immediately apparent that he would be, not only an incredible coach, but a friend to us. Para Endurance is the perfect name for Scott’s mission as he is there to help his athletes see everything through to the end goal.

TJ Lato

Scott came into our family’s life by way of a fellow athlete. After communicating with him online and then speaking with him, it was immediately apparent that he would be, not only an incredible coach, but a friend to us. Para Endurance is the perfect name for Scott’s mission as he is there to help his athletes see everything through to the end goal.

Samantha Calvin

He was with me every step of the way helping me sort out what gear I needed, how to train, what to eat (or not eat), and so much more. I am a highly organized and anxious person and Scott was able to help me focus, sort through everything, and give me the advice I needed to make my first half ironman a success.

Sagi Granot

Scott, the Ironman Pastor, helped me become a Triathlete. He knows me on a personal level and understands my goals and my abilities.

Ryan Tibbitt

Scott has helped me become a better swimmer through drills and video analysis. With his coaching I completed my first Olympic distance triathlon.

Randi Strunk

I contacted Scott about working with me, and I found his approach to be thorough and rooted in a great deal of knowledge and in his own vast personal experience in endurance sports. Scott combines coaching, communication, and a genuineness that results in a solid training plan, and more importantly a solid partnership.

Rachel Weeks

“I have been working with Coach Scott since May of 2018. I met Coach Scott at a paratriathlon camp in January of 2018 and my coach at the time had little understanding of the paratriathlon world. I was ready to work with someone who understood competing as a triathlete in the para community. Coach Scott was not only certified through USAT but knew and works with the community closely. As an athlete, I have competed in two Ironmans, four Half Ironmans, sprints and Olympics as well. When I began working with Coach Scott he coached me through my first Paratriahtlon National Championship and I was a bronze finish. He also coached my through my first ITU World Cup event in Sarasota, FL as well as my first Paracycling event as the Track Nationals in Colorado Springs, CO. I have managed to cut my swim time from 2:20 per 110 yard down to 1:40 ish on a good day and my run has improved immensely. My cycling has also taken off where we are beginning to work with power and incorporating strength training. I have enjoyed this process with Coach Scott in learning what my body can and will do. The most important piece of our relationship, however, is the ability to let him know when life is affecting me and how. I believe its crucial for an athlete, especially one that is pursuing elite status, to be transparent. I have been able to have this relationship without it becoming an excuse. Coach Scott is able to balance empathy as a coach as well as push me to not let life get in the way of a healthy and balanced life of an athlete.”

Nora & George

Scott called us at the end of March and told us about the Lubbock 70.3 Recon Camp happening during Memorial Day weekend and that there were still open spots available to sign up for the Lubbock Ironman 70.3 event at the end of June.

Nixo Lanning

I am a Deaf athlete. Scott helps me meet my goals in planning out my races schedules in terms of balance with resting/recovery and come back to it stronger and better. He helps me in my understanding of nutrition/food intakes, what gear fits me better, and be proactive with my injuries. He knows people where he can make the connection of what I need in training or updating my triathlon gear.

Nancy Hansen

Scott had a terrific influence on me as I felt confident that he was helping me prepare for the race in a variety of ways. He helped me with specific stretching exercises for warm ups and cool downs to promote healthy running and prevent injuries.

Kelly Butler

I was overwhelmed with the logistics so I reached out to Scott. He was very encouraging and spent a lot of time over the next several weeks speaking with me, researching race courses for me, emailing and speaking with race directors on my behalf to help guide them in incorporating adaptive athletes into their races.

Joe Marino

Scott provided useful information regarding my bike trainer workouts. Prior to Scott I rode in front of the tv without a purpose. Now I get a lot out of every trainer ride.

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