MB Sports Training’s Vision

Committed to providing excellent physical training systems and coaching by:

  • Providing a Motivating, Challenging, and Smart Training Experience.
  • Offering Expert Coaching and Support for our Athletes and their Support System.
  • Encouraging Personal Growth.
  • Providing Consistent Leadership and Value for our Athletes, their Families & Support Systems, Other Similar-Minded People, and Organizations.

Our Core Values

  • Athletic Ability is the key to maximize sports skill, sports performance, and physical fitness.
  • Athlete-Centered outcomes keep us focused on doing it right.
  • Body Balance for maximal strength, flexibility, posture, coordination and injury prevention.
  • Ethics guided by the NCAA and USOC.
  • Hard Work gets maximal results.
  • Trusting the Process keeps our coaching in context.
  • Vocal & Visual Environment motivates and quickly breaks down learning barriers.
  • We strive to always keep MB Sports Training Clean.


Depending on your goals, we often suggest 2-4 days per week.
Our Tornado Training, and Kids Training programs train for 45-55 minutes. Sports Training sessions train for 75-90 minutes, and team training for 40-50 minutes.
We offer up to 10 athletes per session and half or full team training availability.
Yes. Athletes are taught how to make the right food choices, being well prepared, and understanding nutrient timing on a consistent basis.
We charge between $15-$35 per session.
We accept credit cards, EFT, and cash.
No. Our goal is to develop athleticism, the tools you need to increase your sports and functional performance. Tools include speed, strength, endurance, self-confidence, and fitness to ultimately improve the fun of your play and the quality of your life.
Yes. You will be properly prepared and reach your fitness and performance goals.

Achieve Your Fitness Goals

Flexible membership packages to suit all levels of athlete and achieve your fitness goals



Michael Bouchard
Michael BouchardOwner/Director
After earning a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Salem State College, Mike’s career started with teaching the importance of physical fitness and how to improve athletic performance to many ages, athletes, and teams. Developing much of his training philosophy through formal athletic training modalities and research in the Eastern European training philosophies, Mike has become recognized throughout the area as a leader in athletic performance and fitness training by applying scientifically proven training techniques with tried and true coaching skills.

Mike is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the NSCA, member of IDEA, USA Hockey Certified Coach, Certified CT High School Coach, and Certified in CPR.

Kevin Briganti
Kevin BrigantiSports Performance & Fitness Training Coach
Kevin has been involved in athletics for his entire life with his passions being hockey and baseball. He graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and continued his love of hockey by becoming a full-time on-ice official. He is currently a linesman in the American Hockey League, Hockey East and International Ice Hockey Federation and has appeared in multiple Calder Cup playoffs and Frozen Four tournaments.

Kevin is a Certified Personal Trainer with the National Academy of Sports Medicine, a USA Hockey, NCAA and IIHF certified on-ice official and certified in CPR/AED by the American Heart Association.

Jim Lafo
Jim LafoCoach
Jim has been working as a Physical Education and Health teacher since 2007. He has a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and a master’s degree in Health Education from Southern Connecticut State University. He has been coaching High School hockey since 2005 and boy’s lacrosse since 2011. He joined the MB Sports Training team in the spring of 2014 bringing his passion for exercise and well-being with him.
Corey Podbielski
Corey PodbielskiPhysical Therapist & Concussion Specialist
Dr. Corey Podbielski graduated from Springfield College with his doctorate in physical therapy in 2015. Since then, he has been practicing physical therapy in an orthopedic and sports medicine population as well as teaching nationally on vestibular disorders and concussions. Corey is currently pursuing his board certification in orthopedic physical therapy and already holds certifications in dry needling, spinal manipulation, and strength and conditioning. He grew up playing hockey and baseball and is an avid golfer.


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