Sacramento, CA , United States
The Moore Performance Coaching philosophy is grounded in maintaining a healthy life, work and sport balance. I am focused on helping really busy people get the most out of their training time and then get back to the rest of their responsibilities. To meet this goal I have developed a quality vs. quantity approach to coaching. This means the workouts tend to be shorter but more intense than other programs and focus specifically on the skills that will make you a better athlete.
As a high school cross country and track athlete I saw the highs of leading a high school team to a California State championship and the lows of a collegiate career filled with injuries and lessons learned. After a near 10 year hiatus from endurance sports to pursue adventures in rock climbing around the globe, I entered grad school at UC Davis and stumbled upon their cycling team. That was when I fell in love with bike racing and chased that passion, competing nationally with the California Giant/Specialized racing team, until retiring as a Cat 1 in 2012. Recently my focus has shifted to Triathlon, qualifying multiple times for both the Kona Full and Half Ironman World Championship races.
I completed my graduate degree at UC Davis in exercise physiology in 2006. While conducting my research I served as an intern in the UC Davis Sports Medicine program. Through that program I found myself testing and coaching many top professional and amateur athletes and discovered that I had an aptitude and a passion for helping people achieve their goals. I knew right away I wanted coaching to be my vocation.
After graduating, I started Moore Performance Coaching. Leveraging my unique combination of practical experience, scientific training and ability to connect with athletes, I have continued to expand my previous coaching experiences with runners to include cyclists, from juniors to top ten Tour de France finishers, Ironman triathletes and cross country skiers.