Meet the Coaches
Program Director – Joe Georgewitz
Joe graduated from Bloomfield High School where he served as a captain of the baseball team and achieved All-League and All-County honors. He went on to attend the College of New Jersey graduating with a B.S. in Health and Exercise Science. After completing a 450-hour internship with the Parisi Speed School in Morris Plains, NJ, Joe was offered a full-time position and has been a part of the Parisi Speed School network for the last 8 years. He has his NASM certification, is a certified Functional Movement Specialist, and is Parisi Speed School certified. Prior to the opening of the Parisi Speed School at HealthQuest, Joe served as Program Director in the Morris Plains and Morristown locations and has had the privilege of helping thousands of athletes achieve their athletic dreams, including Olympians and Pro Athletes. Joe is excited to be a part of the HealthQuest community and to continue to help athletes achieve their goals on and off the field.
Director of Training - Terrence Fabor
Terrence went to Clifton High School where he played football (middle linebacker) for four years, three of which were spent at the varsity level. Along with football in Clifton he also participated in track and filed his senior year and recorded a personal best fifty-two foot in the shot put. During his time at Clifton he earned all league honors and was selected to county all star teams. After high school Terrence attended William Paterson University, where he earned a degree in Exercise Physiology. He played outside linebacker his freshman , sophomore and junior year, earning varsity letters. Terrence has been a trainer for over 10 years and believes exercise and fitness improves one’s physical, mental and emotional life. Coach Fabor is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine, National Strength and Conditioning Association & FMS; he is also a certified Level 1 USA Weightlifting coach.
Terrence has trained Olympians and athletes from: NCAA D1,2,3; the NFL; IBL; MLL and competitive swimmers, fencers and tennis players.
Performance Coach Luke Czaplewski
Luke went to Gulf Coast High School in Naples, Florida where he played basketball for four years, three at the varsity level. During his time at Gulf Coast Luke helped his school win their first district title in school history and earned All-County and All-Area honors.
Luke continued his athletic career playing basketball at Castleton University where he earned his degree in Exercise Science.
Becoming a Parisi coach allows Luke to help inspire athletes of all ages to reach their dreams on and off the field.
Performance Coach Carthew Pingol
Carthew graduated from Rutgers University with a major in Exercise Science as well as a minor in psychology; his choice to be a Performance Coach was based on his passion in both health and fitness and sport performance. Cart truly believes good health can and should be attained regardless of age or the situation a person may in and along with good nutrition, exercise is a great way to promote a healthy lifestyle.
Throughout his high school career, Carthew played football as a linebacker, ran track and field, and played tennis. In track and field, he specialized in the 200m event and threw shot put. His passion for exercise and health has led him to obtaining a certification in both personal training through NASM and strength and conditioning (CPT and CSCS). He is also a certified level 1 CrossFit trainer (L1-CFT).
Performance Coach Trevor Mordeci
Coach Trevar (TJ) went to Hunterdon Central Regional High School where he played baseball (Catcher) for all four years, three at the varsity level. He also played football (Running Back/ Defensive Back) for all four years, two at the varsity level. During his time at Hunterdon Central TJ won a State Championship with his baseball team, as well as being selected for 3rd team all west jersey as well as other county and league honors.
After Hunterdon Central TJ attended Coastal Carolina University to earn a degree in Exercise Sports & Science. While attending CCU TJ continued his athletic career at the club baseball level, playing all 4 years.
"As an athletic coach it is my duty to improve one’s performance on the field, while teaching one to have a hard work ethic, to be one with integrity in all relationships past, present, and future." TJ