Coach Brandon Butler, formerly First Sergeant Butler served 20 years in the United States Army. He devoted over half of his life and his entire adult life to teach, coach and mentor young men and women that served with him throughout his leadership tenure within the United States Army. With the hopes of reaching the next generation through his athletic performance training, Coach Butler's mission after retirement was clear: empower youth to maximize their potential through sports performance training.
“Train to Improve”
“Train to Compete”
Bachelor’s degree in Sports and Health Sciences with a major in Exercise Science
USA Track & Field Level 1 Track & Field Coach
Lee Taft Multi-Directional Speed Instructor Certified
International Sports Science Association (ISSA) Elite Personal Trainer
Master Resiliency trainer
Master Fitness Trainer
CPR/First Aid with AED.
Over the years:
2019 Top 50 National Double Coach Award Winner for the Positive Coaches Alliance (PCA).
Kentucky Governor’s Citation awardee
Sports performance coach for All – Area Champion Middle School Football team
Founder of BeastMode of Kentucky youth track club
Sports Performance Coach & Consultant for sports facilities, military and youth organizations
55 National Junior Olympic qualifiers:
1 AAU National Champion (100m & 200m)
6 Top 10 National AAU & USATF track and field recipients.
(100m, 200m, 400m, Long Jump)
1 Top 10 National 4 x 100m relay team
2 Highschool State Champions (100m, 200m, 400m)
2 Middle School State Champions (100m & 200m)
1 USA Track & Field Youth Athlete of the Year (2016)
1 Middle School state record breaker (100m - 2021)
1 Adidas National qualifier (100m, 200m, 400m - 2022)
6 Football & Track & Field Scholarship awardee athletes
Highschool commencement speech
JROTC Military ball guest speaker
2022 African American Symposium
Numerous Elementary & Middle School speaking & mentorship engagements
Sports is one of the greatest training grounds for life, by building relationships through sport and empowering our youth to become the best that they can be through sport, we as coaches, trainers and mentors will then have the groundwork needed for our youth to be successful in life.