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The key to winning is in your head.
The IntelliGym® technology is a breakthrough concept, proven to improve the performance of thousands of athletes, on the court, by more than 30%. Working with National Teams and elite teen athletes, the Basketball IntelliGym and the Hockey IntelliGym improve those crucial skills, perceived as untrainable untill recently. Those include skills such as awareness, reading plays, anticipation, decision making under pressure, execution, long term concentration, and avoiding errors.                  Read More: Basketball..., Hockey... .
“In the game of basketball it is not about who runs faster or jumps higher, but about who makes better decisions and fewer mistakes. This is the first time I see a training tool that can actually improve game intelligence skills of basketball players. The Basketball IntelliGym is revolutionary.”

Hubie Brown, Hall of Fame, Coached 3 NBA Teams, ESPN Basketball Analyst

“We fully expect the Hockey IntelliGym to become part of the regular training regimen for players at all age levels and abilities”

Jim Johannson, Assistant Executive Director of Hockey Operations for USA Hockey

“We want to be the best at what we do, and this program allows us to stay ahead of the curve, and be the best that we can be”

Kurt Kleinendorst, Former US U18 National Team Coach

“The IntelliGym trains players in making the right choices. The guys that really bought in, it helped”

John Calipari, University of Kentucky, Head Coach

“It’s a tremendous part of the whole player that we’re trying to get with USA Hockey”

Danton Cole, US U18 National Team Coach


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Team USA Wins Bronze in 2013 Men World Championship

STOCKHOLM – The US men’s national team won the bronze medal in the IIHF World Championship with a 3-2 shootout win over Finland on Sunday. The three youngest players on USA Men’s National Team are IntelliGym graduates: Goaltender John Gibson, defenseman Jacob Trouba, and defenseman Justin Faulk. Gibson was one of the game heroes with 36 saves propelling Team USA to its first medal since 2004. Trouba added an assist in the first period.


USA U18 Earns Silver at the 2013 IIHF World Championship

SOCHI, Russia - Despite a 35-12 shots-on-goal advantage, the U.S. Men's National Under-18 Team fell to Canada by a 3-2 count on Apr. 28 at the Bolshoy Ice Dome in the gold-medal game at the 2013 IIHF Under-18 Men's World Championship. The team was the first to adopt the Hockey IntelliGym as part of its training regimen five years ago. Since then they have participated in every final match of the Championship, winning 4 gold medals, and one silver.


The Hockey IntelliGym at the 2012 IIHF Coaching Symposium

The Hockey IntelliGym will be presented at the 2012 IIHF International Youth Coaching Symposium, taking place May 4-6, 2012 during the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship in Helsinki, Finland. The symposium is organized by The International Ice Hockey Federation, together with the Finnish Ice Hockey Association, World Championship Organizing Committee, and the International Ice Hockey Centre of Excellence.


USA U18 Wins Gold at the 2012 IIHF World Championship

BRNO, Czech Republic - The U.S. Men's National Under-18 Team, the first in the world to adopt the Hockey IntelliGym back in 2009, defeated Sweden, 7-0, to secure their 4th (!) consecutive IIHF World Championship title.