Thanks for reading this! Please like and share this video, and subscribe to the channel. I would greatly appreciate it! After a 13-year career in architecture made Scott overweight, sick and stressed, Scott shifted, became super fit, and then built a 15,000 square foot gym in 2002, Best Body Fitness. Next, he wrote a book about health and fitness called “If Your Body Were a Car, You Wouldn’t Treat it This Way”, as well as a fitness journal and a recipe book. Once in a place of being healthy, Scott decided to try the Sylvan Lake Half Ironman Triathlon to see if he could finish it. He finished well and qualified for and completed Ironman Canada 5 weeks later. Within a few years he was representing Canada at the World Championships in Holland and Australia as well as racing all over Canada and the USA.
In 2011 Scott entered a triathlon 2.5 times longer than Ironman, and at the Canadian Ultraman Championships, he finished 6th overall, (20 minutes from 2nd) in a 3 day race spanning 520kms. 2 years later at the Ultraman World Championships in Kona Hawaii he placed 21st in 2013. Scott has ridden a bike 400 kms in one day for Cancer research, ridden a mountain bike 700kms to Montana along the great continental divide, and completed every Spartan Distance including an Ultra Beast. In 2015 Scott was racing again at the Ultraman World Championships and crashed his bike at nearly 70 kilometers per hour, breaking many bones including his skull, and nearly died.
Making a remarkable full recovery he raced again 3 years later in 2018, placing 25th in the world while filming the process for an award-winning documentary, "Living the Warrior’s Code”. Scott, now a multiple-time international best-selling author, coaches people online and in person on nutrition, fitness and the mindset to succeed, as well as delivering keynote talks that are engaging, inspiring and fun!
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