John Paul Catanzaro

Background

John Paul Catanzaro, BSc Kin, CSEP-CEP, is a CSEP Certified Exercise Physiologist with a Specialized Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and Health Science. He owns and operates a private training facility in Ontario, Canada.

In 1996, John Paul began personal training in a small home studio in Toronto, Ontario. With vision and passion, the business quickly expanded and the word got out: "If you want to get in shape, go see this guy!" Now located in Richmond Hill, Ontario, the business boasts a state-of-the-art training facility and a waiting list of clients.

John Paul founded The Catanzaro Group in 2004 with divisions in fitness, nutrition, supplements, lifestyle, seminars, and publishing. In 2010, Catanzaro Supplements was introduced, a new line of nutritional supplements with the objective of providing high quality supplements in a convenient form at an affordable rate.

Over the years, John Paul has appeared on television and has written articles for several publications, including American Academy of Health and Fitness (AAHF) Gamut eJournal, Bodybuilding.com, Bodybuilding Italia, canfitpro Magazine, Coaching One-On-One, Dolfzine, FitCommerce, Fitness Business Canada, Fitness Professional Online, Fitness Trainer, Flare, grrlAthlete.com, Intense Fitness, Men's Health, Mercola.com, MuscleMag International, Olympian's News, Personal Trainer Development Center, Personal Training on the Net, Planet Muscle, Quest For Advanced Condition, SelfGrowth.com, Testosterone (aka T-Mag.com and T-Nation.com), TheGymLifestyle.com, and Wannabebig.com. His newsletters are both informative and entertaining, and he has provided reviews for numerous sources including the inaugural edition of Sport First Aid in Canada.

John Paul has authored two books, The Elite Trainer (2011) and Mass Explosion (2013), and has released two DVDs, Stretching for Strengthening (2003) and Warm-Up to Strength Training (2005), which have sold copies worldwide, been featured in several magazines, and have been endorsed by many leading experts. In 2013, John Paul released two new webinars, Strength Training Parameters and Program Design and Body Composition Strategies, providing the latest cutting-edge information to fitness professionals.

Throughout his career, John Paul has consulted for various corporations. He's worked with law enforcement personnel and has contributed to the Toronto Police Service health and wellness program. John Paul has worked with bodybuilders, fitness models, athletes, and coaches ranging from amateur ranks to national-level caliber.

John Paul is one of the premier trainers in Canada. Building a reputation for getting his clients in top shape quickly, his expertise has not gone unnoticed by other health practitioners who attend his private studio regularly for instruction. John Paul has attracted the attention of various fitness-related organizations seeking lectures and workshops. The list includes canfitpro, Certified Professional Trainers Network, Granite Club, Ontario Kinesiology Association, Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club, and more. He has been dubbed the man with an "encyclopedic mind" by many individuals who experience his presentations.

Links

Facebook: www.facebook.com/EliteTrainerMedia
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/Elitetrainermedia
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/johnpaulcatanzaro
Twitter: twitter.com/catanzarogroup
Google+: plus.google.com/John Paul Catanzaro

Articles

  • Big Rocks, Pebbles, And Sand: Simple Programming For Lasting Gains

    In this unique take on superset workouts, you'll alter big and small moves four times a week, using rock-solid performance standards to help you regulate volume and exercise selection. This is how to train for the long haul!

  • 3 Warm-Up Hacks To Skyrocket Your Strength

    Warm-up time shouldn't feel like wasted time, so here are three ways to not just warm up, but fire up for greater gains.

  • Give Your Bis And Tris A New Challenge With This Simple Twist

    If you've tried offset dumbbell curls or extensions in the past, you know they're a keeper. But you can amplify the effect of this classic muscle-building hack with a little technique know-how and one accessory. Here's how!

  • The Bizarre Secret To Unlocking Calf Gains

    Calf growth can be elusive, but there are surprising tools at your disposal. Rub this not-so-secret ingredient on your calves before and during this brutal calf routine, and prepare to build your trunks!

  • A Better Way To Deload

    After you've set a new high mark in your big lift, why punish yourself with a snoozer of a light week? Cut the volume, not the intensity, and coast into your next training phase stronger than ever!

  • How To Keep Chin-Ups From Jacking You Up

    Love the muscle-building effects of chins but hate the tweaks they can cause? You might just need a more balanced approach. Here's your year-long plan for pain-free pulls!

  • The Simple Way To Make Leg Curls More Effective

    Conventional gym wisdom may have told you to do this lower-body staple one way, but it may be wrong. Drop the weight, slow down, and get ready to grow!

  • The Three-A-Day Plan To Force Results

    Eat, sleep, train. That's how you grow, and this plan turns all three factors up to 10. If you can swing it, you'd be crazy not to try it!

  • The Right Way To Train On A Bad Day

    Don't switch to a whole new workout when your body or brain let you know that today's workload isn't in the cards. Make this simple change to your existing routine and come back stronger next time!

  • How To Stretch Properly: The Do's And Don'ts Of Stretching

    Maintaining flexible joints will help any lifter improve his or her health and fitness. Learn how to stretch your gains with this complete guide to stretching!

  • How To Stretch Properly: The Do's And Don'ts Of Stretching

    Maintaining flexible joints will help any lifter improve his or her health and fitness. Learn how to stretch your gains with this complete guide to stretching!

  • Your Perfect Body: Visualize, Then Actualize!

    You shouldn't be able to lift heavy weights, and yet you do it again and again. Experienced strength athletes know that the secret to making big numbers move is the mindset of the lifter, not the size of his muscles!

  • Time To Grow: Manipulate Time Under Tension, Rest, And Load For Gains!

    If you think you have to lift heavy and rest light to grow, you only heard half the story. Use these science-backed recovery and time-under-tension tips to build muscle!

  • The Protein Pioneer: Lessons From A Golden-Age Nutritional Guru

    Think the high-protein, high-fat, low-carb lifestyle is a new invention? Not even close. Nutritional guru Rheo Blair was pushing a visionary protein shake back in the 60s! Here's what you can learn from this supplement industry legend.

  • Sit Down To Grow: The 4-Minute Calf Workout

    If your calves are struggling to grow, it's time to train beyond the muscles you can see. Hit this often-forgotten muscle group and start growing from within!

  • Know When To Hold It: How To Breathe While Lifting

    Maintaining proper form can mean juggling a lot of thoughts. Don't complicate it further by obsessing over breathing patterns.

  • Plan On It: 4 New Year's Resolution Strength Goals!

    When was the last time you gauged your strength with a bodyweight endurance test? Bring your body back in 2013 by working toward these classic goals.

  • Rehab Secret Found In Calf Machine Shoulder Shrugs!

    It's great for rehab and is very useful for those who have problems with grip during barbell or dumbbell movements. Take a step back and try calf machine shoulder shrugs today. Learn more.

  • 9 Powerful Methods That Can Help You Recover... Even With A Busy Lifestyle!

    How can we apply effective restoration methods such as contrast showers, stretching, salt baths, electronic muscle stimulation, and massage in our life? The following methods can help... even with a busy lifestyle. Learn more.

  • 14 Reasons You Shouldn't Ignore Full Squat Benefits!

    There is confusion amongst trainers and trainees as to whether squats should be performed all the way down or just half way. Find out more from these 14 reasons.