Coach Brian Seaton

Brian Seaton was born and raised in the city of Carson before moving to Orange County to attend Brea Olinda High School where he helped lead the team to back to back Orange League Championships (undefeated in league play) boasting a remarkable 24-3 record during his senior year.

He went on to play collegiate ball at Mt. San Antonio College where he helped lead the team to a South Coast Conference Championship as a freshman.

Brian completed his collegiate career at Cal State East Bay (formerly Cal State Hayward) where he earned All League honors as a Junior and Senior. He was also runner up for Cal State Hayward ‘Athlete of the Year’ following his senior season. He finished with a degree in Kinesiology before beginning his career as a trainer.

After several years of personal training and managing his staff at 24 Hour Fitness, he moved on to HAX (a state of the art basketball training facility) as the Fitness Manager, Membership Manager, and Co-Director of the HAX Basketball Academy. After leaving HAX in December of 2011 , he launched Next Level Performance.

Next Level Performance offers training programs for players of all ages and several AAU travel teams which coach Brian and his staff have coached over the past several years.

Brian is a Men’s Asst Coach at Mt San Antonio College and a Certified Personal Trainer (certified by The National Academy of Sports Medicine) and has trained 100’s of players from preschoolers to professional athletes and is prepared to take you to the NEXT LEVEL!

Coach Brandon Woods

Woods started his basketball career at an early age. Started off playing for elite aau programs (quickshot,a top aau team in the country, team superstar, and team Elevate). In 2007 woods entered Dominguez high school(Compton) which he attended for two years and was apart of the 2008 team as a sophomore who went on to win a CIF championship. Transferring to Martin Luther King(Riverside) as a junior playing point guard alongside NBA pros Kawhi Leanord(Spurs) and Tony Snell( Bulls) they went on to win CIF in 2009 and finishing 30-3. 2010 as a senior woods finished his high school career with a First team All-League award and his teams MVP.

Woods then started his college career at citrus JC finishing 32-2 with a final four appearance. After breaking the schools total assist record including single game and average after his first year,he signed a full ride scholarship to Humboldt state university. There he played one year before transferring to Cal State Dominguez hills and joining the men’s program for two years finishing his college career. Woods a graduate of CSUDH spring of 2016 earned his bachelors in Business Administration with the concentration of Sports,Entertainment, and Hospitality Management.

Favorite quote: Hard work beats talent when the talent fails to work hard.- Kevin Durant