Without a variable workout, exercise quickly becomes nothing more than a Sisyphean routine of lifting boulders, running up hills, and running away from sudden boulder avalanches. Get a rock-hard body with today's Groupon for Katzenmoyer Performance in Westerville.
- For $26, you get 5 group training sessions (a $75 value).
- For $45, you get 10 group training sessions (a $150 value).
- For $56, you get 15 group training sessions (a $225 value).
Participants must be at least 14 years old to train at this facility.
Helmed by Andy Katzenmoyer, an Ohio State football star who graduated to the New England Patriots, Katzenmoyer Performance helps clients find their inner athletes with small group training sessions that build strength, stamina, and confidence. A skilled instructor tailors workouts to each group of 10 or fewer students, sharing individual feedback that helps them grow strong or into buff garden hedges. A teacher demos muscle-building drills in Functional Strength Training, then helps the group master tools such as the Smith machine, which can team barbells with squat exercises, and TRX suspension trainers, which use body weight to tone muscles in the chest, shoulders, and ear canals. Core 360 targets abs and lower back muscles for 25–30 minutes, and Sweat Equity scorches calories with a half hour of heart-rate rev-ups. The Total Fitness workout tackles cardio, core, and strength training simultaneously and, like a bouquet of francium-223 isotopes, changes almost constantly. Consult the schedule for times.
Armed with knowledge from celebrity strength coaches such as Charles Poliquin and Dave Kennedy, Katzenmoyer has propelled many high-school athletes to college sports careers. When he's not leading group classes or polishing his gridiron trophies, Katzenmoyer helps pro athletes condition their muscles and shampoo away Muscle Milk moustaches.
During years of laying on mammoth hits as a linebacker for Ohio State and first-round draft pick of the New England Patriots, owner Andy Katzenmoyer learned a thing or two about training to meet peak performance. That same training also came in handy when getting back into shape after suffering a career-ending neck injury. Today, with the help of trainers Tricia and Ross, he customizes workout programs that focus on athletic skills, speed, and agility–whatever it takes to reach the individual's goals.
The team tackles these objectives within a 6,000 sq. ft gym sporting a padded floor and plenty of natural light. There, they train people individually or in small groups, running through equipment-based workout that utilize pull-up rigs, treadmills, and rowing machines that replaced last year's mechanical gondoliers.