Born in the city of Caruaru in 1966, Luizomar de Moura started his career as assistant coach of Uniban Sao Caetano in 1995
In 2000, Luizomar took charge of Rio's Flamengo and won the Brazilian Superleaue in his first season with the club. That result opened the Brazilian national team's doors to Luizomar, and he worked as assistant coach for Marco Aurelio Motta in 2001 and 2002.
Luizomar moved to Osasco in 2006, where he has been since. He led the team to second place in the Superleague in his first three seasons. In 2010 he led the team to their fourth national title, followed by their fifth in 2012. The year 2012 turned out to be very special when he led the team to the FIVB Club World Championship title.
Since 2003, Luizomar has also worked with the Brazilian Youth and Junior teams. He has been successful with both, winning Youth World (2005 and 2009), Junior World (2007) and South American Youth and Junior (2004, 2006, 2008 and 2010) Championships.