Mike grew up in Topsham Maine before moving to Warwick Rhode Island where he attended Bishop Hendricken High School for his freshman and sophomore years. He returned to Falmouth, Maine for his junior and senior years and graduated in 2002. Mike was an all-state player both years at Falmouth and as a senior, he was named player of the year for Maine high school hockey.
After graduation, Mike played two years for the Junior Monarchs of the EJHL before he decided to attend New England College. He played 4 years for NEC . In his first year, Mike helped lead his team to the Frozen Four becoming the national statistic leader in power play goals. He was named national Rookie of the Year. Through his four years of playing he amassed 123 points in 103 games played, ranking him 12th on the all time scoring list. The summer of 08 Mike signed a contract to play in the CHL where he played just 9 games before an ankle injury ended his career.
Mike returned to NEC in 2009 where he assistant coached the hockey team and finished studying Kinesiology. His knowledge and passion for not only hockey but for sports and fitness in general have driven him to become a personal trainer. He specializes in strength and resistance as well as speed and agility training. Mike has worked with athletes from ages 8 and up, male and female, and has trained athletes at the collegiate and professional levels. Focusing on designing age and ability appropriate programs is important to Mike.
“Fitness is not about being better than someone else; it’s about being better than you used to be”
Mike currently resides in Windham with his wife, Jaime, and daughter, Emma.