You Can Change your Game.
We'll show you how.

Our GameChangers

These six people decided to take control of their health before it took control of them. 

  • Dennis Erdly

    Dennis Erdly

    You know, when I’m 45, I don't want to be gone and my wife is trying to raise my kids without me.

    See his Journey
  • Gordi Black

    Gordi Black

    When I retire, I want to be able to travel the world with my bride.

    See his Journey
  • Kimberly Hahn

    Kimberly Hahn

    I just want to be a participant in my own life again.

    See her Journey
  • Marsha Sommers

    Marsha Sommers

    I still have things I want to do. Travel. Keep going to concerts. I don't want to continue on the path that I'm on, because it's getting harder.

    See her Journey
  • Shannon Geurts

    Shannon Geurts

    I want to be comfortable in my own skin, to have fun and do things that a normal 30-year-old should be able to do.

    See her Journey
  • Tomi Genske

    Tomi Genske

    I struggle with high blood pressure and smoking. I’ve seen what heart disease has done to close family and I think that could be me!

    See her Journey

The Challenge

Never underestimate the power of a small
change to change your world.

Our Change Your Game Challenge called on people who were ready to make a change for the better by taking charge of their own health. Our GameChangers, the six brave people you see here, committed to do just that. And committed to give them all the support and resources they needed to make their shift to a healthy lifestyle a success.

For six months, the GameChangers and their health coaches shared their experiences here on this site as videos, blog posts, etc. You can see each step of their journe, access many of the same tools and tips we gave the GameChangers, and gain inspiration to take the steps toward your own healthy shift.

Six brave people made a change for the better by taking charge of their health.

Helping build healthier communities across Northeast Wisconsin and the Lakeshore is a real passion of ours. Of course, healthier communities start with healthier individuals. We’re honored have helped the six wonderful people here.