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Alumni Connect Over Health and Wellness

The St. Michael’s College School Alumni Association (SMCSAA) recently hosted its Virtual Alumni Information Series: Health and Wellness on April 26. The latest complimentary virtual session focused on men’s health and wellness, a universal topic across all ages especially as we approach the summer months.

Special guest, Mike Levine ’03 joined series moderator Matt Montemurro ’05 to break down the fundamental methods that can help men build healthy habits and foundational nutritional tips, along with best practices for general wellness.

With over four years of experience providing online personal training and coaching, Levine has transformed over 100 people online to achieve sustainable weight loss, add lean muscle, feel more energized, and master healthy eating habits.

Levine is driven by an authentic desire to help as many people as he can to shift their mindset and unleash the best version of themselves.

SMCS Alumni Information Series | Mike Levine

“It’s my personal mission to transform 100,000 men to live their life with confidence, build a consistent routine, and know how to eat to nourish themselves,” says Levine.

During the session, Levine spoke passionately about the different ways participants can improve their nutrition and physical fitness habits to get where they want to be in their fitness journey.

“I help men transform into the 2.0 version of themselves, digging deep on where they currently are with their habits, health, and fitness routine, and getting them to that dream version of yourself,” says Levine.

In addition to advising on the steps required to improve an individual’s physical, mental, and overall wellness, Levine spent time reflecting on the journey that got him to this point.

In 2018, Levine suffered a traumatic brain injury, which was a driving factor in igniting his passion for ‘Mindful Method.’

“Through a lot of personal development and my own healing and recovery, I got deep into my true purpose and how I wanted to show up to help others worldwide,” adds Levine. “This is how Mindful Method was born to help men transform their lives and sustain it long-term through my online coaching program.”

The session concluded with an in-depth Q&A discussion on a variety of health topics inspired by questions submitted by alumni in advance.

“I am very thankful for the expertise shared by Mike during the session,” says Andy Smits ’73. “It was good information and a good reminder about healthy practices that one can tend to let slip away over time.”

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