Ryan Razooky grew up in San Diego and studied Kinesiology at San Diego State. He played basketball for Steele Canyon high school. Ryan loved Basketball and aspired to be a Basketball Trainer. He started at 16 and by the time he reached 18, he was already working full-time training players. Ryan followed his passion and managed studies all at once. Ryan started business training at 16 and took 2 Training Certifications under Ganon Baker.
At first, Ryan Razooky started training his younger brother and his teammates. His goal was to train at least 1 player every day. He successfully trained an NBA player at the age of 18. He got a career boost when he started his Basketball Gym just after graduation. Since then, he has trained a lot of successful NBA players including Jimmy Butler, Mark Ogden Jr, and Johnny O’Bryant. He has also developed future NBA players Mikey Williams, Jahzare Jackson, and Bryce Griggs. All of these basketball giants got their training from Ryan who not only helped them at being better basketball players but also motivated and pushed them to reach their Ultimate Potential.
Ryan trains people of all age groups coming from all different backgrounds. He has a diverse audience of clients, from elementary students to professional players, everybody looks towards Ryan Razooky when it comes to learning Basketball and earning a name for yourself.
“It really doesn’t matter to me what level or what age or however they play or why they’re playing or what their goals are,” said Razooky. “When you can see the things that you’ve been working on start to apply, that gives them a better outlook on life: I can work for the things that I want and I can start to get better at them.”
These days, Ryan is considered one of the finest NBA skills trainers training more than 250 players every week at his Basketball gym. He also conducts camps with other NBA trainers throughout the world. He provided training sessions to more than 3000 players online during the pandemic. His ultimate goal is to spread the knowledge to as many people as he can and provide them with opportunities that he didn’t get. With plans to expand his network by launching 2 more Basketball Gyms, Ryan is on his way to success.