Will Shields

Just ask Tom Osborne, Nebraska’s former head coach and former athletic director who recruited Shields away from his home state of Oklahoma. “Will had excellent leadership ability, which he accomplished in a quiet way,” Osborne said. “He led by example and was a person of outstanding character. During his last two years at Nebraska he served as a mentor to a junior high school boy in the Lincoln Public Schools.

“This was typical of his willingness to serve other people,” Osborne said. “After becoming an outstanding player with the Kansas City Chiefs, Will continued to serve young people in the Kansas City area through various charitable organizations. His being named NFL Man of the Year symbolizes his philanthropic spirit. We are very proud of his accomplishments both on and off the field.”

How Committed are you!

Following my NFL Hall-Of-Fame Football career, I can honestly say that one of the keys to my success can be summed up by one word………COMMITMENT!

“I believe if you commit to being the best at something you can make it happen. So why not commit to a healthy life style.” Will Shields

 On the field Highlights

14 Year NFL career with the Kansas City Chiefs

12 NFL pro bowls (NFL ALL Star Game)

NFL All Decade Team

2003 NFL Walter Payton Man-of-The-Year Award (Community service award)

1992 College Football Outland trophy winner (Best College Linemen Award)

Oklahoma High School Defensive Player of the year

Missouri Sports Hall Of Fame

2016 University Of Nebraska Sports Hall Of Fame

Walter Camp Man Of The Year

2011 College Football Foundation Hall Of Fame

2012 Kansas City Chiefs Hall Of Fame

2015 Pro Football Hall Of Fame

Started 231 consecutive games a Kansas City Chiefs record

 Our staff and trainers are Committed to help you identify your goals and help you stay Committed  to achieving those goals, keep your competitive edge, and give you a healthier, happier, and  stronger lifestyle!