Our Moore Performance trainers are qualified and have had numerous years of experience within the fitness industry.

Danny Moore

Danny Moore

I have been coaching people to compete in Triathlons, multi-sport and Ultra events since 2007 and continue to develop myself as a coach to help my athletes reach their goals.

Moore Performance was created simply because I couldn’t find other training groups that could cater for what I personally needed. Moore Performance was created to provide an all inclusive training and support network delivering high quality training for all levels of athletes from beginner to professional and Olympic level athletes.

As Founder and owner of Moore Performance, I’m driven to help athletes improve through training smarter and not just harder. I saw so many training groups grinding people into the ground and not looking at the bigger or long-term picture. We take more of a holistic approach to achieve long-term results. We also specialise in helping time-poor athletes train efficiently and compete and without taking any short cuts.

Training efficiently and smarter is the key to success.

We have seen many great performances and results from our athletes and have seen new athletes go from being total novices (ie: not even being able to keep up on the warm up) to competing well in the age group World Champs, State gold medals on the track (cycling) and also endless age group triathlon podiums which has been very rewarding and fantastic. The greatest satisfaction has been from seeing the bond and support between my athletes and their attitude to training and racing.

I specialise in training and racing with a Power Meter, which gives our athletes a real advantage over their competition.

Tony Golden

Tony Golden

0407 074 709
Tony Golden – Coach Profile

Tony has been a practicing Level 1 Coach for 15 years, He has competed continuously in Triathlon over the past 27 years, at all distances.
He enjoys teaching and helping others, and seeing their improvement, and specialises at beginner to Intermediated level.
Has coached for Can-Too for 6 years – Marathon – Half marathon and now swimming groups.


Phil is a holistic performance coach and a passionate multi-sport athlete. While Phil’s first love of triathlon remains his primary focus at Moore Performance; helping athletes get big results mainly at 70.3 and the Ironman distance; he also coaches for adventure races, mountain bike events, trails runs and more; ranging from X-Terra all the way up to multi-day events.

Phil is a data driven coach and uses the numbers to really help bring out the best in his athletes… if you ask Phil the number one purchase for any athlete looking to really up their game, before fancy frames and carbon wheels would be a power meter! Testing, benchmarking and tweaking training and nutrition based on performance is also a vital part of the program for this athletes. But it’s not all about the numbers; Phil puts a heavy focus on lifestyle and diet, helping his athletes to really dial what they do outside of training to not only improve recovery, performance and health but also keep that all important life balance!

A Precision Nutrition certified coach, Phil works with athletes, (and non-athletes alike) to help them achieve the perfect balance between health, performance and body composition through a habit formation, in-depth analysis and outcome based decision making. To find out more on how working with a nutrition coach can help you get in touch with Phil.

In an ultimate salute to going long cycled 14,000 km from the UK to Australia, (although some would argue that was just because he was too cheap to fork out the air fair).

Zoe Wilson

Zoe Wilson

Accredited Practising Dietitian & Nutritionist
0421 542 724

Zoe is a triathlon-mad Accredited Practising Dietitian with a keen interest in sports nutrition. Most of all, she loves making nutrition concepts easy for any old person to follow. Zoe will help you get the most out of your training. She can help with general nutrition for athletes (or wanna-be athletes), race day nutrition planning, weight loss or weight gain and anything in between!  

Sally Lynch

Sally Lynch

Run Technique coach
0406 330 575
Sally is a Sydney based running technique specialist and Athletics Australia coach. Sally trained under two time Olympic coach and Pose Method creator Dr Nicholas Romanov and now conducts both large scale coaching clinics and one on one sessions with a view of not only corrective technique application but of specific race training programmes for all distances and abilities. A personal trainer, Sally also specialise in strength training and conditioning programmes for runners.

Fitness Cert IIV and Cert IV
Athletics Australia Coach Level 1 and 2
Pose Method running Technique Coach Level 1
Crossfit Endurance Coaching Cert


David Daffey is a certified triathlon coach with Triathlon Australia (Club and Community Level) as well as a Health Coach who concentrates on unprocessed nutrient dense foods to heal and fuel the body and mind.   You can read up more on his Health Coaching at He lives in Sydney, Australia and has a degree in Psychology and Human Movement Studies (University of Queensland). David started in triathlon back in January 2001 when one of his mates entered him in a Sprint distance triathlon after being inspired by the Sydney Olympics. He got the “bug” like many of us and has worked his way through all the distance triathlon events to racing three Australian Ironman (2014, 2015 and 2017) events. He really loves the Iron Man distance and that remains his focus in recent years. For anyone that wants to discuss the topics of Kona and diet, David is certainly passionate about both of these subjects.

Why is his nickname “MC”?

One aspect about triathlon is the fact you get to compete on the same course as the elite athletes, the professionals who grace the covers of magazines and all over the Net. Ever since Craig Alexander said to David “Keep going mate” when he passed him (as he was almost finished and David was only starting the run) during the run leg in Port Macquarie back in 2003, it has left a big mark in David’s mind. He has such respect for this guy called Crowie. So it is little wonder Danny named David MC years ago (as in Mini Crowie).

Competing in triathlon doesn’t equate necessarily to being healthy. As an avid reader and health nut, David is passionate about balancing healthy habits with triathlon and teaches people who are interested how to follow this lifestyle.