We have put together the best team in the world of mental coaches and professional athletes to teach mindset and mental preparation for athletes and professionals looking to obtain a champion mentality in any aspect of their life.
Chris Noto, a former Pan Medalist, is a performance coach with over 20 years experience. He is the youngest coach to corner in both the NJSIAA State and NHSCA National Finals, coaching elite champions at just 20 years old.
In 2008 he transitioned to a mental skills trainer for all sports and has personally coached several state and national champion athletes across multiple sports further validating that training your mind is a clear, effective competitive advantage.
Chris is also a former Associate Director for a Fortune 500 Company, winning several Special Achievement and Innovation awards crediting his mindset and coaching experience for his success.
Tom Deblass is a 2x Black Belt BJJ World Champion, 3X ADCC Trials Champion, and 3X ADCC Veteran. He is one of the most beloved professors of life and jiu jitsu around the world. Although his accomplishments on the mat are well documented, Tom is also a World Class Instructor and successful entrepreneur coaching one of the most successful schools and submission grapplers in the world.
Tom is one of the most sought after Motivational Speakers and Professional Athletes for Seminars around the world. For 1:1 coaching, motivational speaking or mindset seminars with Tom Deblass please inquire within at email@example.com
Dr. Lombardy earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Lehigh University, where he was also a Division 1 student athlete. He is a former NJSIAA wrestling state finalist and received his master’s from Seton Hall University, and his doctorate from the Department of Psychology at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
He specializes in sports psychology coaching, parent training, and helping individuals with life transitions, such as entering college. Dr. Lombardy has been a psychology teacher at Millburn High School for several years and is also an adjunct professor of psychology at Seton Hall University.