Moses Dungca

Originally from San Diego, CA, Moses began intense gymnastics training in Tucson, Arizona under the direction of Yoichi Tomita in 1982.

In 1984 Moses accepted an athletic scholarship to Arizona State University. He was an integral part of the success of the 1986 NCAA National Team Championship. Later that year Moses won the silver medal in the Floor Exercise in the 1986 USA National Gymnastics Championships. Plagued with shoulder injuries throughout his career Moses retired from competitive gymnastics in 1992.

Upon retirement, Moses began performing in the entertainment industry in Family Entertainment shows at amusement parks such as Sea World of San Diego, Legoland, MGM Grand Theaters Amusement Park, Harrah's, and also performed in specialty acts for the Ice Capades.

Moses moved to Las Vegas in 1997 and began working in the Golf Industry while teaching tumbling and gymnastics for local dance schools and gymnastics gyms.

Moses now serves as an AKC (American Kettlebell Club) Coach and WKC (World Kettlebell Club) Fitness Instructor.

Moses is married to Quinn Callahan.