A Little About Scott Welle...
Scott Welle is a #1 international best selling author, speaker, peak performance strategist and founder of Outperform The Norm, which trains high achievers and athletes to remove their self-imposed limitations, increase confidence and accomplish more than they ever thought possible.
Scott has worked with professional athletes (NFL, MLB, PGA Tour), elite level triathletes, CEOs, stay-at-home moms, and everyday heroes who all had one common goal – to improve and to be better today than they were yesterday.
Scott's eight best selling books, articles, videos, podcasts and online programs inspire hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. He has a Master’s degree in Sport Psychology, serves on the Executive Certification Board for NESTA, the Advisory Board of the Minnesota School of Business – Globe University and the Board of Directors for the Minnesota Distance Runners Association. He's a contributor to Personal Trainer magazine and was a featured author in Pure Genius.
His degrees and certifications include:
- Master of Science – Kinesiology (Sport Psychology Emphasis)
- Professional Triathlon Coach (ITCA)
- Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
- Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES)
- Personal Fitness Trainer (PFT)
- Heart Rate Training Specialist
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As Scott says, "When I was young, I was held back in swimming lessons, I didn't own a bike and I only ran if someone was chasing me," yet now he enjoys testing himself and pushing his body, and mind, through extreme endurance sports, believing these things are a powerful metaphor for life. He has completed five Ironman triathlons and 27 marathons and a 100-mile ultramarathon run through the hills of southeast Wisconsin. He is also very close with his brother, Jason, who lives in Washington. Together, they “plod” at least one marathon a year…laughing the whole way.
Brotherly Marathon BondingMy brother and I "plod" one marathon together every year...laughing the whole way.
From Ironman Wisconsin2.4 mile swim. 112 mile bike. 26.2 run. Brag for the rest of your life 🙂
Doesn't This Look Like Fun?From my 100-mile ultra marathon run. No idea where this pic was taken because I'm deep in the "pain cave," but I got through it...
100 miles. DONE.100 miles and 21 hours and 6 minutes later, I can finally crack a smile with my two favorite pacers 🙂
Many times I thought, 'no way in hell I can do that,' but you knew I could. Thanks for that!Chris Goebel, Teacher & Coach
He made me stronger mentally and badass mean physically!Mary Sellke