Show #145 Interview with Former Special Ed Teacher and UFC Fighter Tom Deblass


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On Monday night at 8pm, be sure to tune in for our newest episode of Hope Saves the Day on Autism Radio. Tonight's show will be with Instructor and Former Special Ed Teacher who has worked with Children with Autism and continues teaching them in his school  Jiu Jitsu and  Helping Spread Autism Awareness  and Teaching all his Students to always stick up for other Children Who Can't Defend themselves and how being a good Role Model is so Important to yound Minds Tom Deblass.


 

Coach Tom and Professor AlmeidaTom DeBlass is a proud 1st Degree Black Belt student of Ricardo Almeida, a 3rd Degree Black Belt under Renzo Gracie. Tom began his martial arts career studying Tae-Kwon-Do at the young age of 6. In high school, his love of sports drew him to the track and field team, where he excelled as a county and state sectional long-jump champion. While attending Monmouth University, where he would eventually earn a dual degree in Elementary Education and Special Education, he decided to focus his attention on training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, the world's most effective martial art. The following year proved to be a major turning point for Tom when he met Bill Scott. Bill was studying under world renowned BJJ instructor, Ricardo Almeida, and brought Tom to the Ricardo Almedia Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy. Since then Tom has been a loyal and devoted student to Ricardo Almeida and the rest of Team Renzo Gracie. In 2006, Tom was honored with the role of co-captain of the Ricardo Almeida Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competition team.

 Professor Tom DeBlass has established himself as one of the best adult American Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competitors in the United States. Success through dedication.His competition record includes medals and championships in some of the world's most prestigious Jiu-Jitsu competitions such as the Worlds, Nationals, and Pan American Jiu-Jitsu tournaments. Professor Tom and his staff have also managed to build one of the largest Jiu-Jitsu academies in New Jersey in both facility size (over 4,000 sq. feet) and student count (close to 250 students from all different walks of life). As an instructor, Professor Tom helps all individuals reach their goals and keeps classes non-competitive by offering separate classes for those looking to compete and those who do not. The academy's environment is family-oriented and stress-free. The top priority of each instructor at Ocean County Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is to make sure each student gets the individual attention they need in order to accomplish their goals while acquiring the knowledge of a sport that has changed the lives of so many.

Autismradio would Like to Thank Tom Deblass for Helping Spread Autism Awareness for Autismradio and Teaching all his Students to always stick up for other Children Who Can't Defend themselves and how being a good Roll Model Is So Important.


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