Personal Training

We’re proud to offer the area’s best, most experienced personal training team. Whether you’re training for a competition or just want to take the next step in your fitness journey, our expert personal trainers are here and committed to helping you reach your goals.

Personal training and fitness assessments

New members receive a free fitness assessment with a personal trainer, to be redeemed within 30 days of enrollment. Additional fitness assessments can be purchased at a 30 minute training rate.

Fitness Assessment

A fitness assessment provides a starting point to determine your current fitness level and overall health. This information helps you determine areas to focus on, as well as to track your progress, which helps keep you motivated.

Our trainers will evaluate your fitness assessment and customize a program specifically for you and your goals. 

New members receive a free fitness assessment with a personal trainer, to be redeemed within 30 days of enrollment. Additional fitness assessments can be purchased at a 30-minute training rate.

Existing members may book a fitness assessment with one of our trainers at current training rates.

Body Size and Composition Tests

These assessments measure the size, shape and composition of your body. You will learn important health information, such as body mass index (BMI), waist-to-hip ratios and more. 

Body Fat Calipers 

Body composition is measured with a tool that helps calculate your body fat percentage. If retesting, schedule with the same trainer to ensure accurate results.


Body measurements are taken to track overall inches lost or gained.

Muscular Fitness Tests

We measure your endurance and ability to perform repetitive activity to determine muscle fatigue. 

Farmer Carry Test 

We calculate your grip and stamina with a test that includes carrying a weight in each hand for as long as you are able.

Vertical Jump 

This test measures how high you can jump to identify lower-limb strength, calculating muscular strength and anaerobic posture. While the test is typically provided for athletes, anyone may take the vertical jump test.

Strength and Endurance Testing

These tests measure muscular strength and endurance. They help you understand your body’s ability to carry out daily activities and how to gradually increase your abilities without strain and exhaustion. 

Push-up Test

The push-up fitness test measures upper body strength and endurance. There are many guidelines for the push-up test: placement of the hands, how far to dip, the duration of the test and the method of counting the number of completed push-ups. 


This test measures your upper body strength by having you complete as many curls as you can in 60 seconds while fully bending and fully straightening your with arms at the elbow. 


Squats measure lower body strength. Squats involve standing in front of a chair or bench with your feet shoulder’s width apart, facing away from it. Place your hands on your hips. Squat down and lightly touch the chair before standing back up. Use a chair that allows your knees to bend at right angles when you are sitting. Keep squatting until you are fatigued.

Overhead Squats 

Overhead squats are used to assess muscle imbalances or compensation during a movement pattern. With your arms extended over your head, you will squat five to 10 times. You will repeat overhead squats with your trainer, who will observe for balance or movement issues.

Cardio Endurance 

These tests measure your cardiac fitness. Our goal is to determine a fitness level that allows you to help reduce muscle and body aches. 

Six Minute Walk Test 

Walk for six minutes on our track. We will time you moving at your own pace. 

Cardio Treadmill Test 

We monitor your heart rate while you walk or run. Different speeds and inclines will be used to help increase your heart rate while respecting your cardio level. Your maximal oxygen consumption will be estimated. 

Step Test 

Step on and off a 12-inch bench moving at the same pace for three minutes. Your general fitness will be calculated by how quickly your heart rate recovers for your age.

See the Wellness Center staff for more details on any of these assessments. 

Personal training rates

We’re proud to offer competitive pricing for all of our personal training services.

These rates are subject to change without notice.

  • Payment for training sessions must be received prior to the training session.
  • Cancellation of a training session must be made 24 hours in advance by contacting your trainer or calling the Wellness Center at 920-320-4600. If notice is not given, you will be charged for the session. (Exceptions can be made at each trainer’s discretion.)
  • All personal training sessions expire 12 months from the date of the purchase.
  • If a refund of personal training is requested, there will be a 10% charge from the balance to convert the dollars for a credit. The credit will be placed as a balance on the member’s account at the Wellness Center.

Meet our personal trainers


Andrea Fields, BS

Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor

My story

Fitness has been an important part of my life for more than 12 years as a trainer, instructor, director and educator. My areas of specialty include weight loss, disease prevention, pain management/elimination, joint stability, improving functions of daily living, pre/post-natal fitness (normal and high-risk), managing debilitating/chronic/degenerating diseases and athletic performance. My philosophy is if we feel good and are functioning properly, all aspects of life, work and family are affected positively. We must take time to care for the body we were given.


I graduated in the top of my class in Exercise Science and Physical Education from the University of Wisconsin–Platteville. My certifications are MANY and include Muscle Activation Techniques Certified Specialist, National Academy of Sports Medicine, National Academy of Sports PES (Performance Enhancement Specialist), Focus on Fitness RTS (Resistance Training Specialist), Reebok University Integrated Flexibility Training, Stott Pilates Mat and Reformer, National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), NASM CES (Corrective Exercise Training), NASM Core Training, Reactive Training, Resistance Training, NASM Balance Training and Neuromuscular Strength Training, NASM Weight Management, NASM PES (Performance Enhancement Specialist), NASM CET (Corrective Exercise Training), Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT) Resistance Training Specialist (RTS), Stott Pilates Reformer and Mat, Reebok University Integrated Flexibility Training, TRX – Fitness Anywhere, LifeGuarding, Group Exercises, Golf, Rocktape, Spinning and CPR.

Maddie Milbrath, BS

Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor

My story

I believe in training all components of physical fitness in every session, including balance. My passion is seeing each of my clients excel in accomplishing their goals, and ultimately leading healthier lives. I work closely with the American College of Sports Medicine’s Exercise is Medicine program teaching classes in Parkinson’s, a prediabetes prevention and weight loss class called Why Weight and an ACL injury prevention and rehabilitation program called Sportsmetrics. I also enjoy working with clients to progress their rehabilitation to fully restore their range of motion and get them functioning at their optimal ability leading to better quality of life. In addition to working with chronic conditions, I also work with athletes to improve their athletic performance and clients working toward weight loss, as well as those simply taking their training to the next level.


I graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise and Fitness. I’m certified through the American College of Sports Medicine as a certified exercise physiologist. I hold certifications in group exercise, TRX, Pilates reformer, Sportsmetrics and Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT), a non-invasive approach to restoring ability for the following conditions: muscular weakness or tightness, limitations in motion or flexibility, impaired performance and injury or pain in muscles and/or joints. And I’m also a certified lifestyle coach through the CDC National Diabetes Prevention Program.

Megan Patterson, BS

Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor

My story

Join me for personal training or group exercise to get away from the traditional static workout and challenge your body in new ways. I specialize in personal training for weight management, functional training, high-intensity interval training and strength and conditioning. Enjoy group exercise? Join one of my classes—Zumba, BODYPUMP, TRX, Turbo Kick or INSANITY! I believe that if we all push ourselves outside of our comfort zones, we can achieve any health and fitness goal we set. Small, daily improvements are the key to long-term results. Curious to try something new? Ask me about SURFSET—we’ll hold your training session on a surfboard! Every exercise on the board is designed to engage your core and stabilizer muscles and shock your system to create real change inside and out. Our training sessions will engage your body and mind in challenging and unique ways.


I graduated from Carroll University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Sports Nutrition and a minor in Sociology. I’m a certified SURFSET trainer, personal trainer and group exercise instructor, as well as a certified Piyo, Zumba, BODYPUMP, TRX, Turbo Kick and INSANITY teacher. I’m also a certified specialist in Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT), a non-invasive approach to restoring ability for the following conditions: muscular weakness or tightness, limitations in motion or flexibility, impaired performance and injury or pain in muscles and/or joints.

Lucy Vaca

Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor

My story

My passion is assisting members to reach their goals to live a healthier lifestyle. I enjoy designing customized exercise programs, educating members about the physiology behind their workout and keeping members motivated with aerobics classes. I’m passionate about what I do, and I feel rewarded every time I help even one person successfully meet their goal. I instruct everything from Pilates, Cycling, Step, TRX, and HIIT, to Aqua Tai-Chi, Latin Aqua, Deep Blue and more.


Fitness has been a part of my life for more than 26 years, starting with the Group Fitness Instructor Certification and Slide Certification by FEMARA (Federacion Mexicana de Actividades Ritmicas y Aerobicas) in 1990. I’ve placed first and second in various aerobics competitions, and received my Personal Trainer Certification by AFAA and my Pilates Reformer Certification by NETA.

Tyler Wetenkamp

Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor

My story

My interest in health and fitness began in high school through athletics and continued into college in the Kinesiology program as well as through my collegiate wrestling career. As a personal trainer and fitness instructor at the Wellness Center, my passion for health and fitness continues to grow. I combine my education and my background in athletics to create a fun and effective way to help my clients reach and eventually surpass their health and fitness goals. I’ll create programs and routines individualized to meet your needs—for athletics, weight loss or overall fitness—whatever you have in mind. My philosophy is that if you’re ready to take your health to the next level and come to me with goals in mind, we can achieve those goals through enjoyable and effective training methods. As we work together, you’ll become your own personal trainer to further your health, through the knowledge from our experience together, your willpower and your body.


I graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise and Fitness and I’m also a Certified Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine. My additional certifications include Group Exercise and NETA Pilates Reformer.