Harrison Athletics

Harrison Athletics Speed & Agility Training is the X factor that will help increase your child’s explosiveness, directional quickness, and strength needed to take their sport to the next level!

The Mission at Harrison Athletics 4 Youth

To develop physically strong and mentally healthy youth, by teaching them fundamental skills and positive affirmations that inspires them to succeed on and off the field.

About Coach Brandon & Harrison Athletics

Brandon is excited for the opportunity to begin working with your child by helping them achieve higher levels of success on and off the field.

Brandon has lived in the Dayton area for the majority of his life where he played football and ran track & field for Chamminade Julienne Catholic High School where he was later inducted into the Hall of Fame. Brandon still holds the school record for the Mens 100M dash.  Brandon was a  4 year letterman at the University of Michigan and after college was blessed with the opportunity to move onto the next level and play in the NFL with the Indianapolis Colts and Philadelphia Eagles.

After Brandon’s sports career he chose to move back to the Dayton area and give back to his community by becoming a police officer for multiple agencies in the Miami Valley Region. More recently, Brandon was able to move from policing into another career path that has allowed him the time and opportunity to start Harrison Athletics, LLC and focus on sharing his knowledge and love of sports with our youth!

The focus of Brandon’s training sessions are on speed, agility, strength, hand-eye coordination, and footwork needed for any and all sports. Students receive faith-based led motivation to help build their confidence. Our goal at Harrison Athletics is to mentally and physically strengthen our youth by helping them turn their Can’t into Can!

Benefits all athletes

Regardless of the sport(s) your athlete plays, this training will benefit them all!

Here at Harrison Athletics we want to provide good kids in our community the opportunity to be involved in more activities. Not only do we want our youth to become great athletes, but we want them to be great scholars and well rounded individuals that will become successful in life.