Toby Schulze

Owner and Founder of Elite Personal Training

Age: 46

Years Training: 17 years


AFPA Certified Trainer and Nutritionist

Competition History

2001 – 4th place middleweight Mr. Missouri

2005 – 1st place light heavyweight Mr. Missouri

2006 – 4th place light heavyweight Mr. Missouri

2007 – 1st place light heavyweight and over-all champion Mr. Kansas

2010 – 7th place Muscle Mayhem light heavyweight

2011 – Light Heavyweight winner and Master’s 35

2012 – Overall winner of Battle of Champions

8th place Jr. Nationals light heavy weight

8th place Jr. Nationals light heavy weight

5th place Masters Middle Weight 35+ North American Championships (Pro Qualifier)

2017 – 1st place- Open Light Heavy Weight-Midwest Open Championships & 2nd Place- Masters- 35+ Bodybuilding.

2018 – 1st Place- Open Middle Weight- NPC Muscle Mayhem

1st Place and Overall winner Masters Bodybuilding Champion- NPC Muscle Mayhem

1st Place- Open Classic Physique- NPC Muscle Mayhem

1st Place & Overall winner Masters Classic Physique Champion- NPC Muscle Mayhem

2019 – 1st Place- Open and Masters winner-Overall Winner in both Classes- Classic Physique Division- NPC Missouri State

Best Poser Award- NPC Missouri State

8th Place- Masters Nationals- 40+ Classic Physique Division (Pro Qualifier)


My interests are bodybuilding and anything to do with sports. I love MU football and basketball and the KC Chiefs. My hobbies are fishing and spending time with family and friends.

Training Philosophy

My philosophy is the K.I.S.S. method–Keep It Simple Stupid. This means to keep your nutrition and training simple and don’t over analyze it. Stick to basics and work hard. Consistency and dedication are the keys to reaching your fitness goals.

Reason for Choosing Fitness as a Lifestyle/Career

I got involved in this career through playing basketball at Avila College. I was quick but small and needed size and strength to play at the college level. So I started reading every magazine I could and talked to every big guy at the gym to learn about nutrition and lifting to improve my game in basketball. I was hooked on bodybuilding after I gained 20 pounds in 3 months. I was hooked so much that I didn’t go back to play basketball at Avila. Instead, I concentrated on bodybuilding and went to a community college.