The Full Story
Dr. Scheppke was born in Eau Claire and went to Little Red Elementary and Delong middle school. In 2008 he entered high school at Eau Claire Memorial and this is where, in 2010, he met his future wife. At ECM Dr. Scheppke played soccer and made several trips to state with his team. This is also when he was introduced to weight training and his passion for physical training was ignited.
This love for bettering the body pushed him towards a career in the health field and after high school he went to Carroll University in Waukesha, W.I. At Carroll he continued his soccer career, making two trips to the NCAA tournament and was on the first Pioneers lacrosse team. At Carroll, Dr. Scheppke studied exercise science with an interest in anatomy and physiology, nutrition and biomechanics. During his senior year he began personal training at the Waukesha Golds Gym where he experienced working with members at varying stages of their health journey and developed a love for helping populations outside of the athletic realm.
After undergraduate Dr. Scheppke moved on to grad school at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minneapolis. During his time at Northwestern Dr. Scheppke continued to personal train at Lifetime Fitness. Dr. Scheppke graduated in 2020 from NWHSU with is Doctorate in Chiropractic and he and his fiancée returned to their hometown at last.
Dr. Scheppke married Jessica on July 10th, 2021, nearly 11 years after they started dating. The two enjoy spending time with family, camping and working on projects. Jessica, who has been to 22 countries, has led him on countless adventures around the world. Perhaps their favorite (and often testing) activity together is spending time with their two dogs.
Dr. Scheppke currently coaches soccer back at Memorial where it all began and in his free time you can find him in the wood shop, hunting, golfing or surrounded with friends and family. One of his favorite quotes is from Oscar Wilde, "To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all."