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KICK START YOUR 2019 TRIATHLON SEASON WITH CONTE'S TRIATHLON TEAM

Whether you’re an amateur or elite level triathlete looking to PR the course, Conte's offers personalized swim/bike/run coaching with 1-on-1 triathlete focus in the pool/open water, on the bike, at the track/trailhead, or gym strength training. Training schedules are built using 3, 4, or 6-8 week periodization with swim/bike/run training zones per discipline allowing for ease of feedback with form/technique, endurance, strength, and VO2 max level training.

We offer custom development of Sprint, Olympic, Half/Full Ironman triathlon training schedules for 3, 4, and/or 6-8 week periodization training tables. A 3 month minimum training commitment is required.

Get ready to SWIM, BIKE, RUN, REPEAT!

We want to know your goals to help you meet your goals

Before we set out on this journey together, we want to get to know you better. That's why we ask that you schedule a consultation visit with Coach Mo Trainor before jumping headlong into your training plan. Consultation includes triathlon training/race season goal setting around work, family, social outlets, nutrition planning, and gathering current fitness level data — age, weight, height, base and max heart rate zones per swim/bike/run disciplines — that will complement 3, 4, of 6-8 week periodization training schedules.

FIND THE BEST TRAINING PLAN FOR YOU
We offer various training plan options to best meet and exceed your training needs

Plan 1

Unlimited phone/email contact with Coach Mo Trainor

$175/month

Plan 2

Unlimited phone/email contact with Coach Mo Trainor

1-2 private training sessions/monthly training plan

$275/month

Plan 3

Unlimited phone/email contact with Coach Mo Trainor.

3 private scheduled training sessions/monthly training plain

$375/month

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Questions? Shoot us an email!

mo.trainor@contebikes.com

MEET YOUR COACH: Mo Trainor

  • 15+ years coaching triathlon teams (i.e Team-In-Training-WA/AK Chapter, Team TRAIN-OR-TRI) and individual triathletes (i.e. amateur to pro level) - Sprint, Olympic, Half/Full Ironman distances.
  • 8+ years Team USA-Elite-Athena + 3x World Champion - Olympic Distance
  • 15+ years Pro sponsored triathlete- Olympic and Half/Full Ironman distances + 3x Ironman Division Winner & World Championship qualifier.

FEATURED ATHLETES: Deanna Dolan, Anthony Stamp, & Shea Mielke

Deanna Dolan is a former competitive swimmer who competed in high school and college. She has participated in two small unsanctioned triathlons, a sanctioned half marathon, and is currently training for her first 70.3 Ironman. “I started training for the 70.3 because I missed competing. Every athlete knows that feeling you get as you step up on the block or the starting line. That moment when you’re about to show yourself and your competitors what you’re made of. I don’t just train to finish, I train for that moment that I know I can and will succeed. I’m looking forward to proving that to myself in April.” — Deanna Dolan

"Triathlon pushes me to grow physically, mentally, and spiritually. The nature of this sport enhances my life on all levels. Every day I train, I break through old boundaries and into new territory getting closer to what I am truly capable of. I suffer from a rare life-threatening illness called Mastocytosis, which in most cases leaves one incapable of physical exercise due to the high risk of anaphylaxis. I do not believe in the physical limitations that have been defined by the medical community. I have defied and broken the rulebook of Mastocytosis. I owe this to the firm belief that everything is possible. I TRI for all who are suffering with this illness and for the many still undiagnosed. No matter what challenges I face in life, I rise to meet them head on. The journey of triathlon brings me closer to my Creator. When out in the ocean swimming or deep into a long distance run or ride, I feel a direct connection to all that is and a oneness that is hard to explain in words. So in a way it is my church." — Anthony Stamp (U.S. Nationals Aquabike Champion- Half-Ironman Distance and Team USA World Champion Aquabike Qualifier)


Growing up with active parents, I have always been drawn to athletics. Starting with swim lessons at age three, bike trips around the Northwest and in Europe since I was four, and participating in family fun-run 5ks, I learned all three sports of a triathlon early on. I first put them all together was when I was 7 and signed up for, and fell in love with, the Bellingham Youth Triathlon. 

Currently, I am a sophomore at Colorado State University, racing for their colligate team and coming off of my most successful season yet. In August I raced at the Age Group National Championships and became the under 20 National Champion to add to my silver medal at the Age Group World Championships last September. Now my focus is on the Colligate Nationals next year and the other college conference races this season. I am also one of the youngest US ambassador athletes for Orca Wetsuits and will continue to race for their elite team as well as my university. In addition to my goals for this season centering around a solid performance at Nationals, I am working towards qualifying for an elite racing license by my senior of college and continuing to race professionally after graduation. 

Throughout my competitive swimming and triathlon career, I have had many mentors and people who have driven me to become the best I can. Whether it was a coach or an older athlete on my team, every person who has reached out has helped me become an age group National Champion. Now I race for Colorado State University where I have the opportunity to help mentor beginning athletes on the team. As well as offering guidance at most practices, this year I coach some of the swim practices where I can put to use my years of swimming experience. I strive to be a role model and inspire others to push themselves and it is my goal to share the personal successes and lessons I have learned through the sport with kids and adults alike who are just beginning their journey in athletics. 

Triathlons have taught me how to balance everything else in my life between school, from early morning and afternoon workouts, music and friends, and I look forward to continuing to race triathlons in my next three years at Colorado State University. — Shea Mielke