CAPITAL HOCKEY ACADEMY TRAINERS

Matt Wood:

Prior to joining HealthPlex, Matt trained numerous college athletes to go on to earn All-American status. Additionally, some of his clients have completed various kinds of endurance events from the New York City Marathon to the Leadville 100 Mile Mountain Bike Race. Matt is a Functional Movement Coach and Strength and Conditioning coach for Hockey, Lacrosse, Baseball, Football, and Basketball. Matt has the ability to motivate and inspire clients at all different levels of physical fitness or ability, encouraging them to make and sustain life-changing habits. When he is not busy training, Matt can usually be found on a mountain, rock climbing, ice climbing or skiing.

Matt Butrym: 

Matt is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and trainer at HealthPlex fitness and HealthPlex strength and conditioning. He has always been involved in athletics playing baseball at Springfield College. While at Springfield he also developed a passion for exercise and nutrition. This passion led him to earn a bachelors degree in Applied Exercise Science and his CSCS certification. He specializes in sports performance and works with all ages and levels. He loves to inspire and push his clients, always wanting them to be confident and do their best on and off the field. 

Ryan Williams:

Ryan has lived all over the country where he played hockey and swam as a Varsity captain. HealthPlex Fitness has brought Ryan back to his passion for health and wellness. He enjoys listening and helping clients find and reach their wellness goals. Ryan specializes in strength training, weight loss, toning and swim stroke techniques. He also works with a majority of the youth clients at HealthPlex.

Zach Nowhitney: 

Zach Nowhitney is a fitness trainer at HealthPlex Fitness and the HealthPlex Strength and Conditioning Facility. He was born in Ballston spa, moved to Plattsburg at a young age, and then returned at age 11 where he currently resides. He began to grow a passion and love for fitness after going through a large weight gain at the age of 12. As time went on, he realized he wanted to better himself. He then developed his passion for fitness from there. At the age of 16, he joined the Ballston Spa Football team and soon later joined his first gym. At the age of 20, he dedicated his time greatly towards his goal and passion to fitness. Zach likes setting goals, pushing, and doing whatever it takes to progress his clients.