Jeff Schultz

Training in Vernon Hills, IL.

B.S., NSPARQ, CSAC, CWPC, RRNT

About Me

Jeff Schultz has over 15 years experience in developing and implementing personal training and fitness programs for the competitive athlete; as well as for individuals who want a specialized training program to enhance their overall well-being and maintain a structured fitness regimen. His extensive training is reflected in the list of licenses, certifications, memberships, and awards he holds or has held, including:

  • Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine, Iowa State University
  • NATA- National Athletic Trainer Association (1999-2008)
  • GLATA- Great Lakes Athletic Association (2003-2008)
  • MATA- Minnesota Athletic Training Association (2000-2003)
  • IATA- Illinois Athletic Training Association (2003-2008)
  • Minnesota Board of Medical Practice
  • Illinois Department of Professional Regulation 2003-2008
  • Silver and Bronze Medalist- National Collegiate TaeKwonDo Championships

Schultz’ list of experience in sports-specific training and fitness includes:

  • Jesse Ventura, former Governor of Minnesota
  • Select team members, San Francisco 49er’s
  • Chris Carr- Minnesota Timberwolves & Milwaukee Bucks
  • Terry Porter- Minnesota Timberwolves & Miami Heat
  • Jaimie Sanger- National Collegiate Diving Champion
  • Krissy Wendell- Women’s Hockey Team Gold Medalist
  • Matt VanDerBosch- Boston Red Sox
  • Select Division I Hockey Players
  • Select United State Figure Skating UGL and International Competitors

Jeff was the former Head Athletic Trainer for the 2000 World Synchronized Figure Skating Championships, AAU-Amateur Athletic Union Basketball Tournaments, U.S. Amateur Hockey Tournaments, as well as select Collegiate and High School Athletic Teams. Schultz’ own strength and conditioning has included sports luminaries as training partners, including: Kevin Garnett- Minnesota Timberwolves, Stephen Marbury- Minnesota Timberwolves/New Jersey Nets; and members of the U.S. Olympic TaeKwonDo Team, including Juan Moreno (2 time Silver Medalist), Carlos Moreno, Joe Kim and Doyen Wilson.