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Life & Work with Tre’ Beverly

Today we’d like to introduce you to Tre’ Beverly. 

Alright, so thank you so much for sharing your story and insight with our readers. To kick things off, can you tell us a bit about how you got started?
I, Tre’ Beverly, a former Division I defensive back from the Illustrious Morgan State University. My initial plan was to go to the next level, but God had a different plan for me. He gave me the passion and wisdom to help athletes and people of all fitness levels achieve the best version of themselves. Whether it’s to improve performance or just as an overall beginner in health and wellness. My passion is watching others progress so I took the time to study and get certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) in September 2020 and launch my dream of helping people grow daily. 

As of today, I have gained over 15 thousand followers on social media and currently have 12 plus clients that I train at my gym, B2B. I have worked with a plethora of brands throughout this journey thus far, Puma, 1st Phorm, Under Amour, and Deziner Brand. 

Can you talk to us a bit about the challenges and lessons you’ve learned along the way? Looking back would you say it’s been easy or smooth in retrospect?
The road to success is never smooth. Especially when all of your dreams and aspirations make everyone look at you like you’re crazy. But, that’s how it’s supposed to be right? I definitely picked the road less traveled but it’s definitely the road most rewarding. Like I said previously, my goal was to play football on the next level. When I graduated college and that wasn’t an option, I was stuck, I had to find a job. I found myself working a sales representative job for Wal-Mart, I was in charge of 5 stores, making sure our clients, products, and signage was out daily. I thought to myself how much I didn’t love what I was doing and how I just wanted more for myself so that’s when I decided to get certified in personal training because I was still in love with sports and training and wanting to help others grow. Once certified, I began to strictly work for myself in 2020. It started off really slow, I was still learning the ropes of actually having clients and getting my mind and body ready to take on everything that I had planned in the future. I had a goal in mind for myself, I weighed about 150lbs when I got certified therefore, I said enough is enough and put what I knew about health and fitness to the test. 

My initial goal was to get a lean bodyweight of 175lbs with less than 10% body fat, when I hit that goal about 3 months into this journey my clientele started to pick up more. People were starting to notice that I was crushing my goals and trust my expertise in fitness. Every day is a fight to be a better trainer, mentor, motivator, and educator in health and fitness but if there is no struggle there is no progress. I am becoming 1% better daily in every aspect of my career and enjoying every step of this journey. 

Thanks – so what else should our readers know about your work and what you’re currently focused on?
Along with being a personal trainer/fitness expert, I also am a content creator. I showcase different variations of workouts daily on social media just to showcase my athletic abilities or to just post a general workout that everyone can do. Being a content creator is very tedious, I create my own content, edit my own content, and publish my own content. I went to high school for graphic/print communications so I already had a slight grasp of the concept of videography and editing because throughout high school I worked in photography and editing as well so it’s not too hard for me to pick up on new tactics and things to help with my video editing to help reach larger masses of people. I am very proud of all of the work I put into my workouts and the time spent editing is all enjoyed and a part of the process and I’m loving every part of it. The fact that I record, edit, and publish my own content I believe is what sets me apart from many of others. Staying busy is what makes the process the most enjoyable. 

What was your favorite childhood memory?
Not too many young African American boys get to grow up with their father, especially not where I’m from (Baltimore, MD). Not only was I blessed to grow up with both of my parents in one household but my father was my football and basketball coach all the way up until high school. This is my favorite childhood memory because it has all of them jam-packed into one decade of my life. My father molded me into the athlete I am today, watch me move and you’ll see professional written all over me. You wouldn’t even know which sport I was the best at. My father molded me to be GREAT in everything I do. He taught me the ropes in all the sports, my father wanted me to be one of the most well-rounded young men in the world. Look, dad, thank you, you did it! I might not be in the professional league but I help make the professionals better at what they do, we are pros Dad and the world is going to see it very soon! 

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David Pullis
Keith Garner
Peter Watts
Dalila Kahvedzic

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