About Carolyn Moos
6’5” former USA Basketball Jr. Olympic Athlete
B.A. Stanford, FIBA/WNBA Athlete
M.A. USC in Health Communication Management
I focus on nutrigenomics and studies that examine molecular relationships between nutrition and the response of genes, with the goal of understanding how changes in nutrition (exercise, stress reduction) can affect human health and lower risk of disease. I focus on glycemic index, macronutrient profiling, and body composition, while integrating bio/psycho/social aspects of lifestyle change. I promote anti-alcohol and anti-drug messages and have lead a life without either. I also am very passionate about designing nutrition plans that yield tangible results.[quote style=”boxed” float=”right”]Your unique attributes are a priceless gift. Recognize them; utilize them to fuel your sense of empowerment, place and purpose.
– Carolyn Moos[/quote]My primary demographics include: baby boomers (lowering risk of disease, longevity and vitality), beginner to elite athletes (lowering risk of injury and aiding in the rehab process), mothers-to-be (maintaining a healthy body pre and post pregnancy) and the general public with goals to change their lifestyle choices. This website outlines the effective and engaging combination of nutrition, exercise and lifestyle management in my www.fitforlivinglife.com programs. You may contact me at email@example.com with title-head www.fitforlivinglife.com.
I played for the North Tartan AAU team that won nationals, earned Sporting News Top Student Athletes in the Country (1 of 10), Parade Magazine Fourth Team All-America, Associated Press Minnesota Player of the Year, USA Today Minnesota Player of the Year, Gatorade Minnesota Player of the Year. I played on the Jr. USA Basketball team that won a gold medal in Brazil. We traveled to Frankfurt, Slovakia, Chetumal, Brazil and in the United States my Junior year in high school.
I earned a scholarship to Stanford University where we were Pac-10 Champs and earned All-Academic Pac-10. I graduated from Stanford in 2001, with a major in Sociology and minor in Communications (just shy of a double major due to the WNBA Draft, where I was picked by the Phoenix Mercury). I went on to finish my masters at USC after playing professional basketball. My M.A. is in Health Communication Management and the focus for my thesis was prevention over prescriptions whereby I examined the biological, psychology and sociological factors that influence lifestyle modification and long-term adherence to healthful lifestyle choices.
I was drafted to the Phoenix Mercury then played professional basketball for FIBA in Sceaux, France and for the Miami Sol in the WNBA. My level of international exposure has greatly shaped who I am today. The education that I gained through my international experience has developed my dynamic sociological perspective that is incredibly valuable in multiple facets of my life.
Carolyn is a certified trainer and has CEC’s in:
- Pre & Post Natal Nutrition and Athlete Nutrition
- Biomechanical Assessment
- Golf Conditioning Specialist
- Serve Safe Certificate and RD Sports Nutrition Work
Carolyn provides skype yoga training for individuals and teams, online nutrition log analysis and menu planning, live weight room training and basketball skill development. Visit https://www.fitforlivinglife.com/my-services/
to sign up for services. Make sure to print, sign, scan and e-mail a liability release/ par-q form prior to beginning Skype fitness training with Carolyn. e-mail a request to firstname.lastname@example.org “Fitforlivinglife- (subject)”