After seeing gymnastics on the television for the first time, Hasit immediately started his training in artistic gymnastics at the age of 8. His level of self-motivation was apparent even at this young age where he used his talents to excel through the ranks at his local club in Hendon. Initially taught under the guidance of Ray Park, before his breakthrough role as Darth Maul, Hasit understood the importance of hard work ansd determination very early on.
Following his constantly improving performances at national competitions, Hasit was invited to join the Great Britain national squad at the age of 12 where he was trained by top coaches in the country. A sheer sense of enthusiasm and drive saw him become one of the top gymnasts in the UK over the coming years. However despite his passion for the sport, a series of unfortunate circumstances meant Hasit’s gymnastics career was cut short. Fate seemed to have other things in store.
Upon receiving his BSc Business degree from the London School of Economics, Hasit quickly realised he did not want the physical abilities he had developed over so many years to go to waste. As a firm believer in stepping off the beaten path, Hasit decided to use his affinity for physical movement to pave his own career. The first step was to increase his range and style by learning other arts. The first of which was kickboxing, with ex-world champion Chris McNeish as his teacher, showing that Hasit could adapt his skills to any demands that he was put up against.
At the age of 21, Hasit was offered his first job as a performer with Adidas endorsing London 2012. Since then he has been fortunate enough to work on a number of high profile projects including the Champions League Final 2011 opening ceremony. He has performed in front of royalty at private events and been featured in films, music videos, television shows and commercials. He is a qualified gymnastics coach and has provided coaching for many people including celebrities. As a performer Hasit is constantly training in new fields to push the boundaries of artistic movement.