Disappointed with Performance at California Pro, Patrick Moore is Taking Time Off to Grow

Patrick Moore didn’t quite have the performance he wanted at the California Pro.

A super talented prospect in the Open Bodybuilding division, Patrick Moore has shown great promise in his career so far. That being said, his recent performance at the California Pro wasn’t exactly what he hoped for.

Patrick Moore came in fourth place at the California Pro, obviously not what he hoped for. From his own assessment it appears that Moore believes his lack of size could be the reason for his less than ideal placing. As such it appears that Patrick Moore may be looking to take some time off.

According to a recent post on his Instagram, Patrick Moore is considering taking time off to put on more size.

Finished 4th this weekend at the @musclecontest #calpro. Of course not the placing I wanted, but I feel is pretty accurate. I’ve been pro 3 years and it’s been an absolutely incredible experience. I’ve had a pro win, great showing at my first @mrolympiallc and an Arnold invite. I love this sport and competing with some of the best guys in the world.

I’ve done at least two shows a year since being professional and now it’s time for a break. Although I love the stage, I can only grow with some serious time off. 3 shows this year, and I’m ready for some quality off season lifting and eating.

With my sponsor @yamamotonutrition behind me, I will be able to make some significant improvements that will allow me to be more competitive at a high level. I appreciate all of you guys support!!! And now it’s time to take it to the next level! Hope you all have a great week!! Time to get to work!💪🏼

 

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Finished 4th this weekend at the @musclecontest #calpro. Of course not the placing I wanted, but I feel is pretty accurate. I’ve been pro 3 years and it’s been an absolutely incredible experience. I’ve had a pro win, great showing at my first @mrolympiallc and an Arnold invite. I love this sport and competing with some of the best guys in the world. I’ve done at least two shows a year since being professional and now it’s time for a break. Although I love the stage, I can only grow with some serious time off. 3 shows this year, and I’m ready for some quality off season lifting and eating. With my sponsor @yamamotonutrition behind me, I will be able to make some significant improvements that will allow me to be more competitive at a high level. I appreciate all of you guys support!!! And now it’s time to take it to the next level! Hope you all have a great week!! Time to get to work!💪🏼 #newblood #thefuture #bodybuilding #ifbb #fitness #fitnessmotivation #nfgu #yamamotonutrition

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Managing Editor at Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. Check out his YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Sound Cloud for in-depth MMA analysis.

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Managing editor of Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. He has been writing about bodybuilding, combat sports, and strength sports for over 8 years. Check out his YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Sound Cloud for in-depth MMA analysis.

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