Meet Team Mustard

On a Mission to Make You Better
The most successful personal sports coach of all time, Dr. House is the father of modern 3D motion analysis for athletics and modern throwing mechanics. Tom has a PhD, two Masters and a Bachelors of Science degree. He has authored/co-authored 22 books and 20+ studies for sports/medicine journals. Personal coach to some of the most iconic athletes of all time including QBs Drew Brees, Tom Brady, Andrew Luck, Jimmy Garappolo, and 22 of the current NFL starters, and pitchers Nolan Ryan, Randy Johnson, Roger Clemens, Greg Maddux, Yu Darvish, Cole Hamels, and most current MLB players. Tom is the only coach on the planet to have coached Hall of Famers in multiple sports in their mechanics.

Jason Goldsmith 〽️

As a globally recognized high performance coach, Jason coaches in all sports, with an emphasis on the mental aspects that guide each person on an individualized journey that allows for peak performance. Jason’s practice includes top athletes in the PGA, NBA, MLB, NFL, NWSL, NCAA, USTA, and U.S. and Great Britain Olympic teams. He also works with numerous Fortune 500 executives. In golf, he has coached 6 Major champions, and the last two players he’s worked with “full-time” both became ranked #1 in the world. A veteran of the Air Force, Jason proudly served overseas in Operation Desert Storm and stateside at Whitman AFB – 352nd MSS Convoy Section.

Rocky Collis 〽️

Co-founder of re-inc (a VC-backed lifestyle and wellness brand co-founded OF PRODUCT with four members of the USWNT); former counsel to startups, investors and the USWNT Players Association; former attorney at Boies, Schiller & Flexner; Cornell University; Georgetown Law (Editor-in-Chief, The Georgetown Law Journal); MiLB (Seattle Mariners – drafted 2006 MLB Player Draft). ​

Luke Collis 〽️
Co-Founder, Launch COO; Head of Product

Luke was a professional quarterback in arena football for seven years, winning four championships. As a long-time student of Tom House, Luke saw the impact of Tom’s expertise first-hand. Prior to joining Mustard, Luke played football at University of Nevada and graduated from Occidental College, was a supervising field organizer for Stacey Abrams for Governor, research director for John Chiang for California Governor, and an analyst in the California State Treasurer’s Office. “As one of Tom’s athletes, I had access to 3D motion analyses, biomechanical fixes, customized and personalized workout plans and unparalleled mental training,” Collis says. “With Mustard, Tom is now providing that same elite-level coaching I got to any athlete with a cell phone.”

Lindsay Berra 〽️
Head of Content

Lindsay is a former and MLB Network reporter and ESPN the Magazine writer who currently contributes to the Sports Business Journal, ESPN, Men’s Health and other outlets. She is the oldest grandchild of Yogi and Carmen Berra, a board member at the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center in Little Falls, NJ and a journalism graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill, where she played varsity softball and men’s club ice hockey. “In 20 years of covering baseball, I had the opportunity to learn a lot about the biomechanics of pitching, and no one was more knowledgeable than Tom House,” Berra says. “It’s so exciting to see a coach I covered because of his work with Major League pitchers making his coaching accessible to the masses.”

Jordan Kutzer 〽️
Head of Community & Engagement

Jordan Kutzer grew up playing baseball, basketball and soccer in South Pasadena, CA and and received a scholarship to pitch on Stanford University’s baseball team. He was the first employee at STRIVR, a VR training company that serves the NFL, NCAA and F500 companies like Walmart, Chipotle and Bank of America. He has continued to help the sports community through his pitching training business, Everyone Pitches, since 2015. As Mustard’s head of growth, Jordan uses his experience in using tech to train learners at scale to help parents and athletes understand the value of Mustard’s services. Jordan say, “Training is an investment in your future. Many don’t understand the immense, compounding value that great training can have on a young person’s life. I was lucky enough to have supporters around me who saw this value when I was a pre-teen. I am confident we can help make that experience scale with Mustard.”

Steve Campos〽️
Head of Community Development

Steve grew up playing baseball and attended California State University, Fullerton. As a long-time recreation leader for the City of Commerce, California, he created sports and recreation programs for children and teens in the community, and also coached kids of all ages in baseball, basketball, football and volleyball. As Mustard’s head of community development, Steve uses his prior experience in youth sports to bring young athletes and their parents together in a supportive, educational and fun environment. “Sports helped me learn and grow so much when I was young,” Campos says. “It’s so important to me to bring the values and lessons learned through sports to a new generation of young people.”

Weston Lombard 〽️
Product Manager

Weston started his baseball career at Gustavus Adolphus College, a division three school in Saint Peter, Minnesota. In his final year, he set the school’s all-time single season strikeout record and threw the second 9-inning no hitter in the school’s history. He then graduate transferred to University of San Francisco where he obtained his master’s degree in Sport Management, and led the team in saves, wins, and ERA in his final year leading him to first team All-West Coast Conference All-Academic honors. Weston just completed his first professional season with the New York Boulders in the Frontier League, where he posted a 3.80 ERA. Weston has a passion for pitching development, biomechanics, and sports tech which he uses to help deliver on Mustard’s mission of democratizing elite coaching and sports technology for youth athletes.