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Meet the Coaches

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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 since then.  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 committed to helping athletes achieve their goals on and off the field.

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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.


Craig Stoddard - Program Director 

Craig started as a  Strength and Conditioning Intern for the San Diego Chargers and then worked on the Strength and Conditioning Staff with Penn State Football before becoming a Strength and Conditioning Coach with the NFL for the New York Giants.  He has also been a Speed Consultant for the Philadelphia Eagles and a Strength and Conditioning Consultant for the Jacksonville Jaguars.  Craig comes to us from the  Parisi location in Fair Lawn, New Jersey where he was Program Director.  We're thrilled to have his expertise and are excited that he can work closer to home. 


Colin Makombe 

Colin graduated from North Hunterdon High School in 2016 where he was the captain of the Track and Field team as well as the current holder of the school records for the 4x100 meter and 4x200 meter relay race. Along with track and field he played basketball (point guard) and club soccer (center defender) for 8 years. After high school he attended Montclair State University where he graduated in 2020 with a B.S. in Exercise Science with a concentration in Sport Conditioning. He completed 230 hours of interning at the Parisi Speed School location in Fair Lawn, New Jersey where he assisted in coaching athletes from 7 years old to athletes who have recently been drafted into the NFL.

Colin keeps himself active by running Spartan Races, hiking and exercising daily. He believes that exercise is an excellent way to keep your body functioning at its highest level as well as your mind. He is excited to join the Parisi Speed School coaching family and help athletes of all ages reach their fullest potential while also growing as individuals off the field. 


 Tyler Saurborn

Tyler has always wanted to combine his love of sports with his passion for helping others to achieve their fitness and performance goals.  An award-winning scholar athlete, Tyler played varsity baseball at Memorial High School, and also ran cross-country and played basketball and football until his seasons were cut short with a severe knee injury during his senior year.  After surgery, Tyler managed to complete his physical rehabilitation in time to win back his starting shortstop position for his final season, but his experience ignited his desire to pursue training as a life-long vocation. 


Tyler attended Kean University, where he was a member of the athletic training/physical therapy club. After graduation and while working full time as a physical rehabilitation technician, he pursued a Masters degree in Exercise Science at Montclair State University, which he received in May 2022. 


In addition to working with the Parisi team, Tyler is a NJSIAA-credentialed baseball and basketball official.

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