Hailing from Monona,WI, Zach is a lead performance coach and partner at Total Athlete Performance.

A former Al Toon Award winner (Best Senior Wide Receiver in Wisconsin), Zach shined as a first-team all-conference and all-area athlete in football, basketball, and baseball. During his final year at Monona Grove High School, Zach competed in both the WFCA and WBCA All-Star games and was able to earn a scholarship to the University of Minnesota-Duluth for football. In addition, Zach went on to play as an all-conference receiver in Minnesota for four years and currently sits at number 3 for all-time career receptions in school history. Following his years as a player Zach remained in Duluth for an additional year to serve as a wide receiver coach and assistant recruiting coordinator for the Bulldogs while finishing his degree in Exercise Science.

With years of experience in strength and conditioning, Zach’s mission as a coach is to help athletes and clients move and feel better all while making training enjoyable. As an accomplished athlete and coach, he understands that each INDIVIDUAL deserves a detailed approach when it comes to maximizing results in competition or in life. The science of human performance is intricate, and Zach’s coaching philosophy reflects just that in his attention to detail and individualized program design. No matter the age, sport, gender, limitations or goals, his step by step approach to building a complete foundation for athletes and general population clients is unparalleled.

Zach’s training concepts come from numerous leaders in this industry that he would consider some of his idols. Training approaches from Joe DeFranco, Eric Cressey, Robert Dos Remedios, Mike Boyle, Lee Taft, and many more are implemented into his coaching and programming daily. As a lifelong learner, he is currently certified through the IYCA as a Speed and Agility Specialist. Using this knowledge, he specializes in developing explosive team sport athletes through extensive acceleration/deceleration techniques, and utilizes chaotic/reactive training to create game-like agility and quickness. With experience in competing and coaching football at the collegiate level, Zach also leads sport-specific sessions for skill players such as Wide Receivers, Running Backs, Quarterbacks, and Defensive Backs.



Zach is originally from Wisconsin Rapids where he was a multi-sport athlete playing hockey and football. He was a First team All-Conference and All-State hockey player in 2012.

Campbell earned a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire. In 2016, Zach began his strength and conditioning career training athletes of all sports at Acceleration North in Minneapolis, MN. In the winter of 2018 Zach traveled to Fort Lauderdale, FL to help the team at XPE train 30 football players in preparation for the NFL combine.

Finding the right niche in the midwest to continue his career in helping athletes was his next step and Madison, WI was calling his name. His confidence, personable skills, and his ability to work with athletes of all types and levels makes him the PERFECT addition to Total Athlete Performance.

Campbell strongly believes in functional strength training, proper acceleration/speed mechanics, and movement skill/problem solving as keys to a successful training regiment. Zach likes to learn from some of the top coaches in the industry such as Cal Dietz, Matt Gates, Tony Villiani, Gerry DeFilippo, and Chris Barnard.

“Being undersized yet skilled, you only have one way to compete, and that’s to outwork everyone. No matter what skills you may currently have, I encourage you to adopt the same mentality.”



Nolan is originally from the south suburbs of Chicago, IL. While in high school Nolan played football and baseball at Bremen High School. After Bremen High School Nolan went to College at Culver Stockton College in Canton, Missouri. While at Culver Stockton College Nolan played football and was a part of the winningest team in school history. This is where Nolan’s interest in Sports performance came to fruition. Graduating with a degree in health science, Nolan took an internship at TNT Ignite in Chicago. While at TNT Nolan developed a strong interest in speed development and helping athletes reach their speed potential. This internship at TNT laid the foundation for Nolan’s coaching career.

Nolan would then go to Waldorf University in Forest City, Iowa as a strength and conditioning coach. While at Waldorf University Nolan programmed for Track and Field, Cross Country, Women’s Soccer, and Cheerleading. Nolan believes in taking a holistic approach to athletic development. Some of the
coaches he follows are Dan Ficter, Cal Dietz, Joey G, and Frans Bosch.