INDIANAPOLIS (WISH)– Brandon Beasley, a former basketball star at Arlington High School is training central Indiana athletes to reach their highest potential.
“I’ve been an athlete my whole life,” Beasley said. “Once I stopped playing I just had to transition into something to kind of keep me close to the sports.” After opening up his first Prolific Performance Indy gym in 2019, he’s already moved into a bigger space and business is expanding; even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
He explains the feeling of helping young athletes succeed.
“I love it,” he said. “They come in, they work hard and I see a lot of myself in them. Everybody that comes in here, they stick. I don’t really lose clients.”
He’s helping the next generation of dreamers, as the owner of Prolific Performance Indy. Beasley says the name of the gym was inspired by the words of the late rapper and entrepreneur, Nipsey Hussle.
“I’m prolific, so gifted, I’m the type that’s gonna go get it, No kidding,” Beasley recited the lyrics to Hussle’s “Victory Lap” song to Gr8 Comeback reporter Randall Newsome.
While Beasley is humbled by the reception he’s getting in his hometown, fellow trainer Dani Attar, saw the success coming. “I’m not surprised,” she said. “Brandon’s always pushing to be bigger and better so in a year I’m sure he’ll have an even bigger space.”
Learn more about Prolific Performance Indy HERE.