Hockey Testimonials

Michigan Hockey Trainer | Novi Hockey Training

hockey training michigan“The first summer I signed up with MECA, I came with a goal of gaining 20 lbs of muscle. I achieved this goal in 8 weeks. They are an elite training center and continue to get better every day. MECA’s relentless pursuit of knowledge drives them, and they know how to reach the goals you have for your body. They will make you quicker, stronger, healthier, and more powerful. For as long as I’m playing hockey, I will turn to Dave and the team at MECA for my training.”

– Austin Levi
Charlotte Checkers Defenseman


Novi Hockey Training“Training with Coach Lawrence over the summer enabled me to go from 175 to 213 pounds in 14 weeks. Over that period of time, my vertical jump improved 2 inches and I was able to accelerate much faster than before. I feel I have taken my game to the next level.”

– Jaycob Megna
Nebraska-Omaha, Defensemen and NHL prospect


“I am a senior forward at Tilton School a Division 1 Prep School. After working with Dave for three months I went back to school with the highest testing scores and power rating. I gained about 17 lbs of muscle and my speed improved tremendously as well. Thanks to working with him I feel my game has been taken to a whole new level.”

– Anthony D’Alessandro
Tilton School, Forward


Hockey Player Training“Training with David Lawrence improved my performance in net dramatically. I was able to move laterally much quicker and was able to develop into the player I wanted to be. Over the summer of 2011, I gained over 20 pounds of muscle and became much stronger. I highly recommend anyone who wants to improve in their sport to train with Dave.”

– Max Motew
Hebron Prep School and College prospect


Novi Hockey Trainer“Finished first in physical testing and conditioning as an incoming freshman at WMU after training with Coach Lawrence for 2 months. “Al greatly improved his posterior strength and speed. He was able to fully recover from an upper extremity injury from the year before and now is performing at a high level at the Division I stage.”

– Al Carpenter
Western Michigan University, Forward


Hockey Player Training Michigan“I think I made such a dramatic improvement and have more confidence because of the hard work I put in the off season and in the weight room. I am a much faster more explosive athlete. I worked really hard and now it’s paying off.”

– Jayson Megna
Cedar Rapids Roughriders, Nebraska-Omaha Forward and NHL prospect
Named to the USHL All-Star Team and was a USHL First Team Performer leading the league at one time in goals and assists