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In the sport of bodybuilding, you'll find men who are disciplined, committed, and passionate about the sport. Other legendary bodybuilders like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dorian Yates, and Phil Heath left behind a legacy for other upcoming bodybuilders to follow.

Many bodybuilders today have shown that there's so much strength that the human body is capable of, but in this article, we'll focus on Patrick Moore. Continue reading to learn more about Patrick Moore.


Who is Patrick Moore?

Patrick Moore is an IFBB pro and was born and raised in Houston. He was an energetic kid throughout his adolescence. His high energy level enabled him to participate in sports like track, football, basketball, and boxing. Of all the sports he has ever played, Patrick performed excellently in basketball and boxing. As he grew older, he focused more on boxing and only played basketball as a recreational activity. He practiced boxing for a while and eventually lost interest in it. He started visiting the gym to keep himself in shape. During one of his visits to the gym after two years of regular workouts, he met with a bodybuilder who helped him discover his passion for bodybuilding. Not long after, he entered his first show without experience and preparation; he was skeptical about his ability to win the Phil Heath Classic. He was delighted about his first win and decided to try his ability at the national level. However, he couldn't place in a good position. Although he didn't perform so well at the Nationals, he was privileged to meet with Hall of Fame Bodybuilder Lee Labrada, who is also the founder of Labrada Nutrition. From then on, Patrick was sponsored by Labrada Nutrition, which has opened new doors of success for him.

  • Patrick Moore's bodybuilding career has inspired other aspiring bodybuilders over the years. Due to his rock-hard muscles and huge stature, he is regarded as the future of bodybuilding. His passion for bodybuilding has increased to the extent that he is seen as the next Arnold. To achieve his physique, Patrick put himself through vigorous and vicious workouts.
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Patrick Moore Diet Plan

There's more to bodybuilding than just frequenting the gym. 90% of the results you get depend on your nutrition. That's why you need to pay attention to what you eat. Below is what Patrick Moore's nutrition plan looks like:

Monday

Breakfast (274 calories)
  • Two servings Berry-Mint Kefir Smoothies
Morning Snack (64 calories)
1 cup raspberries
Lunch (366 calories)
  • One serving of Green Goddess Salad with Chicken
  • One clementine
P.M. Snack (131 calories)
  • 12 walnut halves
Dinner (374 calories)
  • One serving of Salmon & Asparagus with Lemon-Garlic Butter Sauce
  • One serving of Basic Quinoa

Tuesday

Breakfast (274 calories)
  • Two servings Berry-Mint Kefir Smoothies
A.M. Snack (96 calories)
  • 1 1/2 cups raspberries
Lunch (377 calories)
  • 1 serving Chimichurri Noodle Bowls
P.M. Snack (97 calories)
  • 1/2 cup nonfat plain Greek yogurt
  • 1/2 cup blackberries
Dinner (374 calories)
  • 1 serving Skillet Lemon Chicken & Potatoes with Kale

Wednesday

Breakfast (281 calories)
  • One serving of Date & Pine Nut Overnight Oatmeal
A.M. Snack (51 calories)
  • One small peach
Lunch (377 calories)
  • 1 serving Chimichurri Noodle Bowls
P.M. Snack (88 calories)

  • 2/3 cup nonfat plain Greek yogurt
Dinner (425 calories)
  • 1 serving Slow-Cooker Creamy Lentil Soup
  • 2 cups mixed greens
  • 1 serving Sherry Dijon Vinaigrette

Thursday

Breakfast (287 calories)
  • One serving of Muesli with Raspberries
A.M. Snack (95 calories)
  • One medium apple
Lunch (377 calories)
  • 1 serving Chimichurri Noodle Bowls
P.M. Snack (41 calories)
  • 2/3 cup blackberries
Dinner (411 calories)
  • 1 serving Greek Cauliflower Rice Bowls
  • Grilled Chicken

Friday

Breakfast (281 calories)
  • One serving of Date & Pine Nut Overnight Oatmeal
A.M. Snack (133 calories)
  • 1 cup nonfat plain Greek yogurt
Lunch (377 calories)
  • 1 serving Chimichurri Noodle Bowls
P.M. Snack (14 calories)
  • 1/2 cup sliced bell pepper
Dinner (418 calories)
  • 1 serving Slow-Cooker Vegan Chili
  • 2 cups mixed greens
  • 1 serving Sherry Dijon Vinaigrette

Saturday

Breakfast (287 calories)
  • One serving of Muesli with Raspberries
A.M. Snack (84 calories)
  • 1 5-oz. container of nonfat plain Greek yogurt
Lunch (314 calories)
  • 1 serving Slow-Cooker Vegan Chili
P.M. Snack (16 calories)
  • 1 cup sliced cucumber
  • Pinch of salt & pepper
Dinner (511 calories)
  • 1 serving Sicilian-Style Chicken Thighs

Sunday

Breakfast (281 calories)
  • One serving of Date & Pine Nut Overnight Oatmeal
A.M. Snack (100 calories)
  • 3/4 cup nonfat plain Greek yogurt
Lunch (314 calories)
  • 1 serving Slow-Cooker Vegan Chili
P.M. Snack (35 calories)
  • One clementine
Dinner (463 calories)
  • One serving of California Turkey Burgers
  • Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Patrick Moore Amateur Career.

Even as an amateur, Patrick proved that he was a product of hard work and discipline. Below are the competitions he entered in the early stage of his career.
  • 2016: 1st Place Mr. Texas, Texas State Championship
  • 2017: 1st Place, Npc USA Super Heavyweight

Which Injury Threatened To End His Career

Patrick Moore, a two-time Mr. Olympia participant, suffered an injury that almost cost him his career. He suffered an Achilles tendon injury in April 2022, and due to his injury, he hasn't been active on social media like he used to be. This has made people speculate that he might retire early or take a long hiatus from bodybuilding. He participated in the 2019 and 2021Mr Olympia, finishing 10th and 14th, respectively. His build is so incredible that it shows that he focuses more on aesthetics rather than size.

His last competition before he took a break was at the 2021 Legion Sports Fest Pro, where he placed 20th. After this competition, he took a break from bodybuilding and announced that he won't compete until 2023. Later that year, Moore hinted that he might switch to the Classic Physique division because he likes to focus more on aesthetics oversize. However, due to his absence on social media, people misjudged his silence as a sign of possible early retirement.
Moore tried to stop the rumors and speculations about his retirement going around. Recently, he took to his Instagram page to write a long message about his Achilles tendon injury. Patrick Moore admitted that he was shaken and in total shock when he learned about his injury. However, he got over the shock and made a speedy recovery. On August 19th, 2022, Patrick Moore took to his Instagram page to give details about how he ruptured his Achilles tendon and had to undergo surgery on May 10th, 2022. More also admitted that it was his first major injury as a bodybuilder; therefore, it was hard for him to cope with it.

Patrick Moore Professional Career.

Moore made his impact both as an amateur and a professional. Below is a short detail of his achievements in professional bodybuilding.
  • 2018: 13th Place, New York Pro
  • 8th Place, California Pro
  • 2019: 1st Place, New York Pro
  • 2019: 10th Place, Mr. Olympia
  • 2020: Arnold Classic Invitation | TBD

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Contest History( Table with: Year, Federation, Contest name, Class, Place)



Year
Federation
Contest name
Class
Place

2021
IFBB PRO LEAGUE
Legion Sports Fest Pro
Men's Bodybuilding -Open
10

2021
IFBB PRO LEAGUE
Olympia Pro
Men's Bodybuilding -Open
14

2021
IFBB PRO LEAGUE
California State Pro
Men's Bodybuilding
1

2020
IFBB PRO LEAGUE
California Pro
Men's Bodybuilding
4

2020
IFBB PRO LEAGUE
New York Pro Show
Men's Bodybuilding -Open
6

2020
IFBB PRO LEAGUE
Arnold Classic USA (PRO)
Men's Bodybuilding
10

2019
IFBB PRO LEAGUE
Olympia
Men's Bodybuilding -Open
10

2019
IFBB PRO LEAGUE
California State Pro
Men's Bodybuilding
1

2018
IFBB PRO LEAGUE
California State Pro
Men's Bodybuilding
8

2018
IFBB PRO LEAGUE
New York Pro Show
Men's Bodybuilding -Open
13

2017
NPC
USA
Men's Bodybuilding -Super Heavyweight
1

2016
NPC
Texas State Championship
Men's Bodybuilding -Heavyweight
1

2014
NPC
Phil Heath Classic
Men's Bodybuilding - Light-Heavy Weight
1
 

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