Andy has always had a passion for training. Starting in the seventh grade you would have found him the weight room. As he progressed to high school, college and professional football, Andy not only prepared his body but also his knowledge of training. After Andy's playing career ended his passion for training still continued. Studying and learning from some the greatest strength and conditioning coaches in the world Charles Poliquin, Dave Kennedy, Mike Woicik, Michael Boyle, Louie Simmons, Tom Shaw and Nelson Ayotte to name a few.
Andy works with a variety of different athletes ranging from professional to middle school, along with training youth, general population (business professionals, housewives, weekend warriors, etc), and aging adults.
1994 (Sophomore) Second Team All-District ; 1995 (Junior) Named All-Ohio, All-District; 1996 (Senior) Named USA Today Defensive Player of the Year, USA Today All-American, Mr. Ohio Football, All-Ohio, All-District, Central Ohio Player of the Year, OCC Player of the Year, presented with the Bobby Dodd Award (Atlanta Touchdown Club), High School Player of the Year (Columbus Touchdown Club).
Andy Katzenmoyer was a three-year letterman at The Ohio State University. He started all 37 games during his college career. Despite playing only three seasons at Ohio State, he finished his career ranked fifth on the school’s career record list with 197 solo tackles and 18 quarterback sacks, and fourth with 50 stops behind the line of scrimmage. In 1998 as a Junior, he earned All-Big Ten first-team selection, was a finalist for the Dick Butkus Award, (given to the nation’s premier linebacker), the Lombardi Award and the Maxwell Football Club’s Defensive Player of the Year award. As a Sophomore, Andy was the consensus All-American first-team selection, was the first player from OSU to win the Butkus Award and was a finalist for the Lombardi, Bronko Nagurski and Maxwell Awards. In1996 as a Freshman, Andy was an All-American second-team selection by the Associated Press, First-team All-Big Ten Conference, Big Ten Freshman of the Year, and Andy was the first freshman linebacker to ever start all 12 games at Ohio State.
In 1999, the New England Patriots drafted Andy 28th overall in the NFL draft. Andy played in every game as a rookie, starting the first 11 at middle linebacker. Andy finished his rookie campaign ranked third on the team with 107 tackles, including 76 solo stops. His 3.5 sacks ranked third on the team. Andy returned his only interception of the season 57 yards for a touchdown - his first career touchdown. To cap off this exceptional year, Andy earned Miller Lite Player of the Game honors for his performance against the Dolphins and was named to the NFL All Rookie Team. Unfortunately, Andy suffered a career-ending injury with the Patriots, and retired from playing football.