Levy's extensive experience and knowledge stems from a lifetime of athletics, including winning a National Hockey Championship in 2007 with Oswego State University, and playing several years of Minor Pro Hockey. As a teenager, CBC took note of Levy's impressive work ethic and mindset, as he was featured in the CBC documentary "Making the Cut." Following the series, Levy was granted with the Reader's Digest Award.
As a natural leader and motivator, Levy quickly realized his calling as the end of his playing career neared in 2010. Having achieved an academic background consisting of a Wellness Management Degree, a minor in Health Science and Coaching, as well as NSCA, CSCS, and PT Certifications, Levy then travelled extensively to mentor under top coaches and to continue his education.
Levy has over twelve years of on-ice coaching experience, as well as nearly a decade of creating strength and conditioning programs for nationally ranked basketball and hockey teams, and high profile athletes including those of the NHL, OHL, AHL, and CFL.
Levy's compassion and ability to mentor in the rink, in the gym and in life has allowed Intech Skills & Conditioning to grow into much more than simply a hockey school or a training facility. He has created a culture that gives elite athletes, youth, and adult fitness enthusiasts alike, the support, resources, and inspiration to reach their true potential.
"The biggest thing is I'm able to provide these kids with the proper body mechanics and life skills that I didn't have. They'll have that ability - this is biggest gift we can give them - to believe that they can achieve anything they want to accomplish. That if they put their mind, heart, and souls into it - it doesn’t have to be hockey, it can be any sport - success will come."
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We help kids achieve their goals and teach them the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in life through our hockey camps, clinics and Spring or Fall development programs.