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I’d like to start off by just having you tell us a little bit about yourself… Specifically, what is your background and how did you become interested in food and travel?

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Matt Hickling is a Level 1 certified CrossFit trainer who has been crossfitting since June 2012. Matt is currently a Registered Nurse in Albany Medical Center's Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. He also has a Bachelors of Science in Sports Administration from Castleton State College, where he played Division III college hockey. Prior to his career in nursing, he was Director of Corporate Partnerships for the Albany River Rats/ Albany Firebirds for 2 years. Matt plans to continue gaining future CrossFit certifications and go back to school to become a Nurse Practitioner.

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rows of glasses with liquid diet smoothies
02/19/2016
New training clients usually have questions about the nutritional aspect of getting into better shape. Sometimes, weight loss can seem like a giant puzzle. Most of the time, they don’t know where to... read more
bins of healthy vegetables and produce
08/18/2015
Non-GMO Walk down the food aisles and you will notice a new label multiplying on the shelves. Non-GMO labels are one of the fastest growing label phenomena in the grocery aisle today. Recent polls... read more
woman's feet on bathroom scale
06/26/2015
“Even exercise fanatics have a tough time losing those last 20 pounds,” says Bob Greene, longtime personal trainer to Oprah Winfrey. You already know that it’s absolutely critical to burn... read more
09/29/2014
By Emilie Croisier / The Intelligent Optimist Accumulating biochemical evidence is supporting that “bad” cholesterol is actually good. The dogma that LDL cholesterol is nothing but bad news... read more
05/26/2014
Stomach ache, bloating, cramping and digestive discomfort are all common concerns and symptoms I hear from many of my clients. Here are my top 5 tips to decrease the bloat and improve digestion! 1... read more
05/27/2013
I’d like to start off by just having you tell us a little bit about yourself… Specifically, what is your background and how did you become interested in food and travel? I grew up in a... read more

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rows of glasses with liquid diet smoothies
02/19/2016
New training clients usually have questions about the nutritional aspect of getting into better shape. Sometimes, weight loss can seem like a giant puzzle. Most of the time, they don’t know where to... read more
bins of healthy vegetables and produce
08/18/2015
Non-GMO Walk down the food aisles and you will notice a new label multiplying on the shelves. Non-GMO labels are one of the fastest growing label phenomena in the grocery aisle today. Recent polls... read more
woman's feet on bathroom scale
06/26/2015
“Even exercise fanatics have a tough time losing those last 20 pounds,” says Bob Greene, longtime personal trainer to Oprah Winfrey. You already know that it’s absolutely critical to burn... read more
09/29/2014
By Emilie Croisier / The Intelligent Optimist Accumulating biochemical evidence is supporting that “bad” cholesterol is actually good. The dogma that LDL cholesterol is nothing but bad news... read more
05/26/2014
Stomach ache, bloating, cramping and digestive discomfort are all common concerns and symptoms I hear from many of my clients. Here are my top 5 tips to decrease the bloat and improve digestion! 1... read more
05/27/2013
I’d like to start off by just having you tell us a little bit about yourself… Specifically, what is your background and how did you become interested in food and travel? I grew up in a... read more

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