Scotty Smith

Scotty Smith

Owner and Founder of Synergy Sports Performance

Scotty is the owner and founder of Synergy Sports Performance. He is a graduate of the University of Northern Iowa where he majored in fitness and sports management. He has been training in the Green Bay area for over 15 years and is a 20 year veteran of Strength and conditioning. He began his career in Green Bay working for the Green Bay Packers and then moving on to 10 years in Sports Medicine/Strength and conditioning with local area hospitals. He has spent some of his time working with groups like USHL Junior league hockey, IFL,AFL and NFL football athletes. College experience includes working with athletes from UW-Wisconsin Green Bay and St Norbert college. Scotty has been a long time member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and attends the CSCS continuing education courses yearly. He is a level 1 EXOS performance coach(Phoenix AZ), Level 1 USA Olympic lifting coach, and Levels 1&2 ROCKTAPE and RockBlades certified. And like all of our coaches certified in CPR and First Aid/AED. Scotty strongly believes in his continuing education in this business in order to bring back knowledge to his athletes.

Certifications: CSCS, USA Olympic Lifting, FMT Performance, FMT Blades, CPR/First AID/AED for Adult and Pediatric

Natalie Van Roy

Natalie Van Roy

Operations Manager/ Performance Coach (Basketball skills)

Natalie has been with Synergy Sports Performance for 10 years. With the continuing growth of Synergy, she has also grown to take on more roles. Along with being a performance coach, Natalie now works as the operations manager for Synergy. She graduated from UW-Green Bay with a degree in Business Management and a minor in Psychology. With over 11 years of training experience, she has acquired many training certifications, and frequently attends continuing education courses. She was a division I athlete, playing basketball at UW-Green Bay where after graduation she was invited to a professional training camp for the Connecticut Sun of the WNBA. She found her love for sports performance training as an intern her junior year of college and has been training ever since. She has trained many athletes at all levels and sports. Her true passion is working with basketball athletes on fundamental skills training.

Certifications: NASM, NETA, TRX, FMT Basic, FMT Performance, FMT Blades, RockPods (Cupping Therapy), CPR/First AID/AED for Adult and Pediatric

Alex Wendorf

Alex Wendorf

Performance Coach

Alex is a recent graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, where he majored in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Strength and Conditioning and a psychology minor. He was an offensive lineman during his time at UWO. He was 2x first team all WIAC, 2x All West Region Player and a DIII All-American. His background stems from watching athletes learn to grow and develop in both the clinical and internship setting. He has a fascination with all sports and the intricate movements that go along with them. He specializes in football performance, specifically offensive and defensive lineman, as well as strength and power development. “I’ve known training athletes is something I’ve wanted to do, ever since I had an effective trainer push me to become the best that I could be. I want to bring my knowledge base and trust to athletes so that they may perform at the highest level possible in sport.” 

Certifications: Adult first aid/CPR/AED 

Nate Burchell

Nate Burchell

Performance Coach/ Adult Performance Coach

Nate has been with Synergy Sports Performance for 3 years. He graduated with a Psychology major from  St. Norbert college. He played college football at division two level and basketball and football in high school. Nate has a love for all sports and being able to teach the many movements that go along with them. Nate specializes in football performance, explosion and strength. “If the athletes are willing to give 100%, I’ll give 110%. I want every athlete to be not only a higher level athlete but a better person.”

Certifications: USA Olympic weightlifting, FMT Basic and FMT performance, CPR/First AID/AED

Bill Schroeder

Bill Schroeder

Performance Coach - Track and Field and Football

Bill has been with Synergy Sports Performance for 9 years. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin at LaCrosse with A Bachelor of Science degree in physical education and an emphasis in coaching.  Bill was a track and field athlete during his time at UWL where he earned 17 All American and 8 National Championship honors. The Green Bay Packers drafted Bill after playing one year at UWL and he enjoyed in 11 year NFL career. He has continued relationships with past athletes and coaches to continue learning new exercises and techniques to help athletes at all levels.  Bill now continues coaching Track and Football at Ashwaubenon High School and has been coaching high school and college sports locally for the past 12 years. All athletes who are willing to put in the extra work is who Bill really enjoys working with as he loves to give the experience he has learned and experienced from others so they may succeed and reach all of their goals in their sport.

Certifications: CPR/First Aid/AED for adults and pediatric, WIAA track and field and football coaching

Kyle Steuck

Kyle Steuck

Football Performance Coach - Offensive and Defensive Line Specialist

Kyle Steuck is a football trainer who specializes in offensive and defensive line. He grew up here in Green Bay and played high school football at West De Pere. He went on to receive a scholarship to attend Northern Michigan University where he was a four year starter, all-GLIAC conference player, Preseason All-American, and two-time team captain. During his time at Northern, he started games at every position along the offensive line. Kyle graduated with a degree in Education focusing on Physical Education and Health. After his senior year, he was invited to the National Bowl in Miami where he was voted Lineman MVP. He was then signed by the Green Bay Packers and was also involved with the Arizona Cardinals and Kansas City Chiefs organizations.  

Kyle’s Philosophy – “Here at Synergy Sports Performance, l share some core values with all of our other trainers. We believe that each individual person is different, and that means they each need a customized program to fit their needs. We believe in building character through pushing athletes harder than they have ever been pushed before in order to help them develop physical and mental strength. My personal belief is that each football player needs to be evaluated on his strengths and weaknesses in order for a customized program to be built around those strengths and weaknesses. My goal is to use my college as well as NFL knowledge and experience to help turn my clients into the best athletes they can be physically AND mentally.”

Brittany Jaeger

Brittany Jaeger

Nutrition Counselor and Performance Coach

Brittany graduated from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse with a degree in Public Health and Community Health Education with a minor in Nutrition. Brittany was a track and field athlete throughout high school and college where she earned a state champion title and an NCAA All-American honor. Brittany has three years of training experience and is currently working towards her master’s degree in nutrition and dietetics. Brittany believes that peak athletic performance and personal health can only be achieved when all aspects of wellness are consciously and consistently worked on. With a strong work ethic, positive attitude, and great passion for health and helping others, Brittany’s goal is to empower individuals to live and perform optimally in all facets of life.  

 

Her personal philosophy: “With discipline, dedication, and hard work, you can achieve ANY goal.”

Andre Sanchez

Andre Sanchez

Performance Coach

Hey Everyone! My name is Andre and I am the new Sports Performance Coach at Synergy Sports Performance

Growing up, I was always surrounded by medical professionals in my family, which made me want to work in the medical field. After spending a few years in college, I realized I had a greater passion for performance than rehab (I originally wanted to be a Physical Therapist).

 I admire the creativity Physical Therapists need in order to work around the injuries or medical conditions their patients have, which is what originally drew me into becoming a Physical Therapist.

Now, I implement that same creativity in my own coaching that ends up making workouts/programs more enjoyable and unique.

 I am passionate about helping individuals that are either looking to enhance their technical skills in weightlifting and/or looking for a movement analysis as to why something feels funky or why a certain movement is difficult to perform.

I received a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Carroll University in December 2019. I also had an internship this past summer at Titletown Sports Medicine and Orthopedics as a Strength and Conditioning Coach where I had the opportunity to work alongside Athletic Trainers, Physical Therapist, and the entire Bellin Health Strength and Conditioning Department.

The knowledge I obtained at Titletown is knowledge I want to share and incorporate into my coaching to enhance not only the sport performance of individuals, but the functional aspect as well. 

A fun fact about myself is I am an Eagle Scout.