Adam Sparks- MS. Ed., CSCS

Adam grew up in Lansing and has had a passion to stay involved in athletics since high school. Adam played football, basketball,baseball, and ran track as a high school athlete.

Adam attended Western Michigan University and received his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. While finishing up his degree he completed
an internship with Olivet College Strength and Conditioning and helped run training for men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s track and field, men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, and football.

After personal training for three years, Adam returned to school to
pursue his Master’s degree in Exercise Science from Southern Illinois
University. While attending SIU, Adam completed an internship at
Endeavor Sports Performance in Pitman, NJ under Kevin Neeld working
with elite hockey players.

Adam has also coached high school football and track and field at
Morrice High School where he was able to help multiple athletes break
school records and reach states and helped the girls track team win 4
consecutive regional championships.

Adam is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the
NSCA and has completed coursework from the Postural Restoration
Institute further allowing him to help our athletes reach their full


Jordan West - Exercise Science BS

Jordan grew up playing multiple sports in the Lapeer area. From basketball to soccer to track, Jordan tried it all. He eventually found himself recruited for his talents on the track. He attended both Mott Community College and Eastern Michigan running the 1500m. After finishing his track career he attended Saginaw Valley State obtaining his Bachelor’s in Exercise Science. Jordan hopes to help athletes get the training necessary to become a better athlete. This was something he did not have access to, but quickly realized how important it was.

"I soon realized upon getting to college that the level of training that I had up throughout high school was not nearly what it should’ve been. I couldn’t help but think of “what could have been” if my training was better. As I got older and realized more of what I wanted to do for a career, I vowed to do everything in my power to help the next generation of athletes not feel that “what could have been” and to achieve their highest potential. During my search for an internship location, I felt as though Total Performance was one of the best places for me to learn and grow as a coach to be able to help young athletes reach their goals and help them to the top of their game. I’m really looking forward to what I can learn during my time here and I hope to transition my newfound knowledge from the staff here into a successful career someday!


Vince Mottes BS, AT, ATC

Vince grew up in the Jackson area where he graduated from Grass Lake High School in 2011. At Grass Lake he played basketball, cross-country, and competed in triathlons. Vince later attended Northern Michigan University in Marquette where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training. At NMU, he worked along the sidelines providing Athletic Training services for the football, basketball, and hockey teams under the direction of Julie Rochester.

After graduating in the spring of 2015, Vince moved back to the Jackson area to work for Orthopeadic Rehab Specialists as an Athletic Trainer and Performance Coach. Currently, Vince provides Athletic Training services to Homer High School for all teams and events. When Vince is not working at Homer, he is working as a Performance Coach for Total Performance Training Center. Vince often participates in triathlons and running events in the local area throughout the summer. He’s passionate about coaching youth basketball teams in Jackson and his high school Alma Mater.


Ryan Vogel MHSA, AT, ATC, CSCS

Ryan grew up in Hastings, Michigan where he played multiple sports. Starting in his sophomore year he began doing speed and agility training which helped improve his athleticism over the rest of the years until he graduated in 2008. Upon graduation, he went to Central Michigan University where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training, becoming a certified Athletic Trainer in 2012. During the winter of 2012, he did a rotation at Sturgis High School where he learned under Jim Lioy AT, ATC, CSCS who taught and directed the strength and speed and agility programs at the school for around three decades.

After graduating with his bachelor’s degree, Ryan accepted a Graduate Assistant Athletic Training Position at the University of Detroit Mercy.  From the summer of 2012 until the summer of 2014, Ryan served as the Athletic Trainer for the Division I Women’s Soccer and Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Teams, covering and caring for all of the teams’ practices and competitions. While at UDM, he completed his Master’s Degree in Health Service Administration and graduated in the summer of 2014.

After graduating, Ryan began Working at Orthopaedic Rehab Specialists in the summer of 2014.  He was assigned as the Athletic Trainer for Vandercook Lake High School.  On top of caring for the athlete’s medical care at the school, Ryan has also been responsible for helping conduct performance training sessions for the in-season teams for the past three years.  He received his Certified Strength and Conditioning Certification (CSCS) in the winter of 2015 and is continuing to stay up to date on continuing education in the field.