Performance Sports Trainers

Justin Clark

Sports Training Specialist

Education: BS, UW-Eau Claire

Specialties: Athletic Republic- sports performance training, ACL Bridge Certified

Philosophy: “I try to get to know each and every client/athlete on a personal level to help them achieve their goals that they set forth for themselves.”

Haley Englebert

Athletic Trainer

Education: BS, University of Wisconsin- Oshkosh

Specialties: Athletic Republic- sports performance training, , ACL Bridge Certified, sports medicine outreach, athletic event coverage, injury assessment and prevention

Philosophy: "As an athletic trainer, I am dedicated to providing all athletes, new or experienced, with the very best care with the goal of improving their quality of life. From off-season performance enhancement, to the initial evaluation and treatment of an athletic injury, to returning an athlete to play, I assure my athletes I will try to get them back to the sport they love stronger and better than ever."

Staci Gruenke

Athletic Trainer

Education: MS, UW-La Crosse

Specialties: Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Athletic Republic- sports performance training, ACL Bridge Certified, transitional rehabilitation for return to sports, focused training in sprints, jumps, and hurdles, athletic event coverage

Philosophy: “One of the challenges of today is that many of us want to progress to the next level without having the fundamental skills down first. This is critical when it comes to injury prevention. My goal is to build up these key elements, focusing on injury prevention to create an overall healthy, but yet powerful athlete. ‘Test-Teach-Train.’”

Daniel Harris

Athletic Trainer

Education: MS, BS, UW-Stevens Point and University of Illinois

Specialties: Athletic training services at Ski Brule, running analysis and training, clinical rehabilitation, transitional rehabilitation for return to sports, and Athletic Republic- sports performance training

Philosophy: “I truly enjoy helping members of our community find ways to become or stay active. It is very important to me to get to know people, determine what their goals are, and together come up with a plan to help them achieve success. For every person, that success is different, which is why it is important to have open communication and come up with a program that will help them meet whatever their goals may be. As a runner and distance coach, I have developed many programs for both top athletes and individuals who are just getting started. Because running is an activity that can be done anytime, anywhere, it is one of the easiest ways to get started on the path to an active and healthy lifestyle.”

Kristin Kiekhaefer

Athletic Trainer

Education: BS, Concordia University

Specialties: Athletic Republic- sports performance training, volleyball training, athletic event coverage

Philosophy: "An athlete who tells you the training is always easy and always fun simply hasn't been there. Goals can be elusive, which makes the difficult journey all the more rewarding." -Alberto Salazar As an athletic trainer, I make it my goal to help my athletes in any way possible. Whether that is throughout the injury process or through personal goals in their sport, I make it my mission to be there and provide the best care and motivation that I can in order to help them succeed.”

Andy Krautkramer

Sports Training Specialist

Education: BS, UW-Oshkosh

Specialties: Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Athletic Republic- sports performance training, USA Olympic Weightlifting, De Pere High School Strength and Conditioning, Green Bay Gamblers Strength and Conditioning/Off Ice Training, Green Bay Blizzard Strength and Conditioning, VO2 Max Testing

Philosophy: “Building a better all-around athlete through improved movement patterns.”

Joe Mueller

Sports Training Specialist, Personal Trainer

Education: BS, UW-Green Bay

Specialties: Kinesiotherapy, corrective exercises, Athletic Republic- sports performance training, and soccer training

Philosophy: “My philosophy is ‘Improvement through Movement.’”