BeFit Performance started in June 2012 in Lakeville. After working for a global gym my wife and I wanted to change the concept of what a gym is and how it feels. We wanted our members to feel welcome and comfortable all while maintaining a sense of community.
My wife and I were 21 and 22 when we began our journey to start reshaping the way the fitness industry is done. As the industry strived for numbers, we strive for relationships. We put our clients first. Additionally, we wanted to help fitness professionals develop their careers, provide for their families and create jobs for our local community.
We huddled together for months designing our plan and how we were going to launch it. Over homemade spaghetti and meatball dinners is now what makes Be Fit Performance stand strong with our core values at the center.
You see.. we absolutely love what we do and only want what is best for our clients. We strive to create an atmosphere that greets you with a friendly smile, high five you when you reach a goal and encourage you when you feel like giving up. With servant hearts, we took on the tall task and started our business together, focusing on a result’s based and educational approach for each member.
We have grown immensely since our story started…and now have a community of members and employees that are positive, encouraging, fun, passionate, energetic, loving, joyful, and welcoming. It’s an infectious environment fueled by the love of fitness and the pursuit of a #BeFitLife.
Come on in and STOP putting yourself through the Yo-Yo effect and get real RESULTS! We can’t wait to meet you!
Enjoying the Journey,
Brandin and Megan
As a former professional soccer player, Brandin McClay transitioned into the fitness industry after his career came to an end. For over a decade, Brandin’s view of fitness has been shaped by his training experiences as a professional athlete in the U.S., Germany, and England with his exposure to a wide range of fitness philosophies and disciplines. Incorporating the best practices he experienced as an athlete, Brandin entered the fitness industry with a simple goal: design fitness goals to meet the needs of the individual.
After his career as a “footballer” and time spent in the fitness industry, Brandin developed a passion for golf. It did not take long for Brandin to became a competitive player, and is now invited to compete in local Pro-Am tournaments. After eight years competing in the world of golf, he has decided to bring his fitness and golf expertise together as a certified TPI Golf Fitness Professional. Brandin continues in his role as a private soccer coach and personal fitness instructor at BeFit Performance, while serving the golf community as a Golf Fitness Professional. Additionally, he has served his community as an on-call Firefighter for the town of Lakeville since 2013. He resides in Middleboro with his wife, Megan, 2 young boys, Cameron and Connor, and the family’s enthusiastic yellow lab, Stanley.
NASM Certified Personal Trainer
Cancer Exercise Specialist
“Come as you are, start slow, progress slow, stay consistent and see lasting results!”
Wagner Physical Therapy & Performance is a cash-based clinic located inside BeFit Performance. The company was founded to provide the best possible Physical Therapy experience to Lakeville and the surrounding communities. All visits are one on one for a full hour and provide fully comprehensive, high quality care. Services include manual techniques, corrective exercise, general health and programming consultations and much more. Treatments are focused on the individual needs of the client and helping people learn about their body and how to keep it functioning optimally.
NASM Certified Personal Trainer
Jason “FitProJ” Harris is a fitness professional that specializes in nutritional coaching. He holds
the industry’s top sport and exercise nutrition coach certification through Precision Nutrition.
He is also certified in personal training; certified through American Fitness Professionals and
Associates and the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
But years before that, he was overweight and out of shape at the age of 29. Back in 2006 he was
just under 300 pounds and fast approaching a very unhealthy 46 inch waistline. Being unfit was
becoming uncomfortable, inconvenient and it was time for a change. Exercise was a given, but he
knew that wasn’t enough. When it came to reaching his goal of transforming himself, Jason knew
the importance of improving his nutrition. That’s what he did. He reached, maintained and
exceeded his goal by changing his nutrition habits and has never looked back.
Fast forward about 14 years and here we are.
Jason has completed Precision Nutrition’s master class for nutritional coaching professionals and is
a certified PN level 2 supercoach. His professional nutrition coaching service guides and teaches
others the skills they need to achieve their own personal fitness goals. Now it’s your turn!
Jason is very excited to be a part of the BeFit Performance Center team!
Please don’t hesitate to approach him and ask to see his before and after pictures.
And please don’t take any offense to his “serious gym face” while in the middle of a workout;
it’s not personal 🙂 Remember fit fam, keep it simple, keep it movin’ and keep it real!
Visit me: http://nutritionbootcamps.com/befit
At Be Fit Performance we exist to help with your Fitness Journey. Whether you are just starting out or have been on the Fitness train for many years now, our 9,000 square foot facility and trainers are here to guide, advise and support you. We believe that everyone has the capacity to Love Fitness as soon as they discover the method of Fitness that suits them best. So, if you are looking for Free Weights, Circuit Training, Classes, Private or Semi Private training, we have you covered. Come in for a tour and get to know what separates us from other gyms and Fitness facilities in the area. Your healthy lifestyle is our mission and along the way, you will discover just how much fun Fitness can be. We can’t wait to meet you!
You may have seen it firsthand yourself, the New Year’s resolution rush to the gym. New memberships skyrocket as the “crop” of well-intended folks sign up and decide that today is the day they get “in shape”. They take a tour, sign up and maybe even take advantage of a “Free” personal training consultation. Afterwards they are set free into the gym to figure out how to use the equipment, train and build their bodies, on their own. Some stay, many leave and excuses, sadly, become the daily norm: