SportFIT Success Story: Brandon Beck

SportFIT Success Story: Brandon Beck

SportFIT Success Story: Brandon Beck

This month’s SportFIT Success Story highlights an athlete who defines BRIO with his passion, dedication, and positive mojo.

Brandon Beck came to BRIO last year to take his tennis game to the next level.  Getting into the sport late (only 3 years ago!), Brandon realized he needed to be stronger, quicker, fitter than the competition to make up for his lack of tennis experience.  After training for only a couple of months, Brandon started to notice he was already catching up with the competition.  But he didn’t stop there, he kept setting the bar higher and higher. photo3_BB

In 2014, Brandon won the Louisiana Clay Courts Boys 16’s singles title, Mississippi Hard Courts Boys 16’s doubles title, and the LHSAA State doubles title (with partner Greg Suhor).  Brandon continues to train and challenge himself daily.  He even earned the nickname “Beast Mode” after performing a 21 minute plank this summer.

Now, a junior at Jesuit High School, he looks to defend his state championship title.  We wish our Brandon the best of luck this year and a big thanks for being a part of our BRIO world!SportFIT Success Story: Brandon Beck

Tri-Level State Tennis Champions

Metairie CC Tri-Level State Tennis ChampionsTri-Level State Tennis Champions

A big congratulations is in order for our tennis friends from Metairie Country Club. They have been named the new 40 + Tri- level State Champion at the state tournament held this past weekend.

As elite physical specimens, these men trained hard and were committed to regular exercise and continuous practice.  Their hard work and dedication allowed them not only to compete, but to bring home the title!

Front row (left to right): Jay Quinlan , Guy Curry, Rocky Daigle, David Quinn

Back row (left to right): Kenny Rabalais, Jim Thomas, Mark Maher,  Mike Melito.

Great job!

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Administered by experts in their field, BRIO tennis training focuses on preventing injury and enhancing players’ performance by facilitating movement patterns, developing core strength and stability, optimizing reaction time and explosiveness, improving footwork and quickness, and helping each player to maximize their athletic potential. During the course of this training, players of all ages and skill levels will learn to maximize flexibility, motor learning, strength, power, coordination, speed, and agility. For more information,  CLICK HERE.