Matt Hartman is a local Bishop Carroll ’08 and Wichita State University ’16 graduate.
He started pursing Exercise Science in 2013. He then realized that he wanted to work with athletes. He started with a local trainer, training Maize South Basketball team. After this, he started his internship in 2016 at KC Speed and Sport in Kansas City. At this internship he found his passion for training athletes properly. After graduation, he started his role with Parisi Speed School.
Matt is the Associate Director of Sales and a Certified Parisi Performance Coach
"Good enough isn't good enough if it can be better. Better isn't good enough if it can be best." Here at Parisi we strive everyday to be the best coaches for our athletes and staff. There are a lot of good coaches in Wichita, but we are the best.
Josh Becker was born and raised in Garden Plain, Kansas where he also went on to graduate high school in 2012. As a very active athlete, he was nominated All-League in basketball and football his senior year and was also nominated as an All-State wide receiver for football as well.
He went on to play football at Friends University for four years where he was a three year starter as wide receiver. In his senior season he was selected to be a team captain. In his junior and senior season Josh made the school’s AD Honor Roll. He graduated in May 2016 with a major in Health Management and a minor in Business and Science.
Josh is the Associate Director of Operations and Certified Parisi Performance Coach.
“Growing up in a small town I didn’t know what the next step in my life would hold. I wanted to go to college to play football, but I wasn’t quite sure what I needed to do to achieve this goal of mine. As a Parisi coach I hope to help kids find their athletic purpose and fulfill any goal that they have made for themselves. As a former collegiate athlete, I feel like I can provide that insight for what college coaches look for, and teach kids how a good work ethic can get them farther than just talent alone. I’ve always believed hard work beats talent and through Parisi I believe that while we can help kids get more talented, we also show them what all they can truly accomplish when they give 100% of their effort in everything that they do.”
Sheldon Howell is a Wichita native. Attended Bishop Carroll Catholic High School and graduated from Wichita North in 2008. Sheldon received all city honors for baseball in 2008.
Attended Newman University 2008-2009, then transferred to Butler Community College 2009-2010. At Butler he was a conference champion, and was voted Team Captain, and received Conference All Star honors. After Community College, he attended Fort Hays State University 2010-2012, where he ended his career. At Hays he achieved Team Captain/Athletic Academic Honors. Sheldon graduated with degrees in Liberal Science, Business Communication, and Business Administration.
Sheldons coaching experience includes the Kansas Cannons 2014, Andale High School 2015, and has coached youth baseball since graduating college. Sheldon is also the Commissioner for the Kansas Collegiate League Baseball.
Sheldon is the Program Director of Wichita Parisi and a Certified Parisi Performance Coach.
“The driving force behind this program is the passion that the staff has to develop the athletes that are in it. We strive every single day to instill confidence and character into each one of our athletes, which allows them to succeed on and off the field. Ultimately building a successful program and allowing each athlete to achieve great things while they are here, and while they compete.”