Starting a business at a young age is beneficial to you in lots of ways. You have a lot of time to figure things out and to learn from your mistakes but it is not as easy as it sounds as there are a lot of risks involved. A very small chunk of people in today’s world believe in their ideas and take such risks at a young age. Ryan Razooky is one of them, he was only a boy aged 16 when he started planning to start a business out of his favorite sport Basketball. By the time he turned 18, he had a business of his own. He worked full-time as an NBA skills trainer before ultimately launching The Hoop House. he took this risky step that turned out to be a life-changer for him.
Over the years, he worked relentlessly with optimum focus and passion. In a very short period, he trained and produced a lot of great NBA players including Mikey Williams, Jahzare Jackson, and Bryce Griggs. He also trained and pushed Mark Ogden Jr to sign an NBA contract.
After all these successful steps, he had made a good name for himself in the basketball industry. Players from around the US started looking towards Ryan to train and help them with their Basketball dreams. A lot of players he trained successfully got NBA contracts and scholarships.
These days, Ryan trains over 250 players every week and conducts camps with other NBA skill trainers for people all around the world. Even the pandemic couldn’t stop Ryan from following his goal of spreading knowledge to as many people as he can and help them reach their ultimate potential. He trained over 3000 players online during the pandemic and his videos got over 100 million views through different social media platforms. He is now planning to expand his ever-growing network by launching 2 more Basketball Gyms soon. This will be another step forward toward his goals.
In just a few years, he has earned immense respect throughout the NBA community for being a successful trainer and in the business community for being a successful entrepreneur. A boy from San Diego carved out a business and overcame all the challenges to become one of the finest NBA skills trainers.