MBSC's Elite Hockey Group

Our Elite Hockey Group contains the exact programming we are doing with our high school, collegiate, and NHL hockey athletes year round at MBSC. That list currently includes NHL and team USA stars Jack Eichel & Cory Schneider along with a handful of other NHL & AHL players. Join this group and receive monthly online programming along with access to the exact coaches the pro's do.

$39.00/month

About Michael

Michael Boyle is one of the foremost experts in the fields of Strength and Conditioning, Functional Training and general fitness. He currently spends his time lecturing, teaching, training and writing. In 1996 Michael co founded Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning, one of the first for-profit strength and conditioning companies in the world. Prior to Co- founding Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning, Michael served as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Boston University for 15 years, also for the past 25 years he has been the Strength and Conditioning Coach for Men's Ice Hockey at Boston University. Mike also was the Boston Red Sox strength and conditioning coach in 2013 that won the World Series. In addition to his duties at Boston University and the Red Sox, from 1991-1999 Boyle served as the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League. Michael was also the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the 1998 US Women's Olympic Ice Hockey Team, Gold Medalists in Nagano and 2014 Silver medalists in Sochi, and served as a consultant in the development of the USA Hockey National Team Development Program in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Why Join

Our monthly programs include 4 days that address strength, power, speed, hockey specific conditioning, mobility & stability work, and injury reduction. Our hockey athletes don't just work out with Mike for the program but for the coaching and experience. Join this group and you will have access to the same coaching staff our Pro's do, along with brand new exercise videos that include coaching cues and demonstrations to ensure that you are getting the true MBSC experience.

There is no risk or commitment. If this group wasn't what you were looking for long term (which is highly unlikely), cancel your subscription free of any additional penalty. Decide that it IS exactly what you are looking for and hang on for the ride as you will receive off-season and in-season programming, catered to your needs, year round. Training starts in the off-season, we all know that, but athletes who want to receive the most out of their training make it a year long endeavor. The best players are the ones playing. Ensure that you are healthy by committing to your training year round with MBSC Online.

Visit the App Store on your iPhone or Android and search “MBSC Online”. There you can download the mobile app, sign in, and find your purchased program.

$39.00/month

About Michael

Michael Boyle is one of the foremost experts in the fields of Strength and Conditioning, Functional Training and general fitness. He currently spends his time lecturing, teaching, training and writing. In 1996 Michael co founded Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning, one of the first for-profit strength and conditioning companies in the world. Prior to Co- founding Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning, Michael served as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Boston University for 15 years, also for the past 25 years he has been the Strength and Conditioning Coach for Men's Ice Hockey at Boston University. Mike also was the Boston Red Sox strength and conditioning coach in 2013 that won the World Series. In addition to his duties at Boston University and the Red Sox, from 1991-1999 Boyle served as the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League. Michael was also the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the 1998 US Women's Olympic Ice Hockey Team, Gold Medalists in Nagano and 2014 Silver medalists in Sochi, and served as a consultant in the development of the USA Hockey National Team Development Program in Ann Arbor, Michigan.