Madonna ProActive Sports Performance certified performance trainers have the passion and sports-science knowledge to safely improve your athleticism. Our performance trainers are constantly furthering our proven methods to help athletes reach their goals. Because we believe developing athletes is best done in small groups, we provide a trainer to athlete ratio of 1:5. This allows the trainer to customize a program for each athlete’s individual strengths and weaknesses.
Lance Milner, CSCS is the Sports Performance Supervisor at Madonna ProActive Sports Performance. A former three sport athlete from Chase County High School, he completed his undergraduate studies with Bachelor of Science degrees in Exercise Science and Health & Fitness Studies from Nebraska Wesleyan University where he was a two year starter at cornerback and safety. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is also a Level 3 Performance Sports Trainer through the Athletic Republic. Lance has been a part of the Madonna ProActive Sports Performance team since the summer of 2010, working with thousands of athletes already, ranging from youth athletes working to correct running form, to college and professional athletes trying to maximize their athletic potential.
Tim Soenksen, CSCS is a full-time Sports Enhancement Specialist at Madonna ProActive Sports Performance. Tim is an avid soccer player and coach; he was a four year starter at Lincoln Lutheran High School with numerous All-City and All-State honors. Was a two time All Region selection at Iowa Western Community College and finished his soccer career at Concordia University. He graduated from Concordia University Seward with a Bachelors of Science degree in Exercise Science. He also has his Goalkeeper Level 1 Certificate from the NSCAA and his D License from the USSF and a Level 2 Performance Sports Trainer through the Athletic Republic. Tim has been a part of the Madonna ProActive Sports Performance team since August 2013.