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Tabata with Abble (SUNY Upstate Medical University)

Come join Upstate MiM for a virtual Tabata class on Tuesday 1/25! Tabata is an extremely effective form of interval training. No equipment necessary (weights optional). Time 6 p.m. EST Zoom link: https://upstate.zoom.us/j/93810046556

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Chapter Leads

Abbie Bideaux

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Abbie is currently a 4th year medical student at SUNY Upstate in Syracuse, NY. She completed a degree in Biology at Cornell University where she ran Division I cross country and track. As a medical student, Abbie has been active in promoting wellness on campus as a Tabata group fitness instructor. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she adapted her fitness class to a virtual platform and, through donations, raised over $450 for SUNY Upstate's Care for the Caregiver fund. During medical school, Abbie has also continued with her own fitness journey, competing in a half Ironman and a marathon.

Daniel Reynolds

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Daniel Reynolds is currently a first-year MD/MPH candidate at The State University of New York Upstate Medical University. He is currently on the intramural soccer, volleyball, and dodgeball teams as well as enjoys running. Daniel understands how crucial physical exercise and nutrition are, and he actively works to educate the community he's living in about the benefits of living a well-balanced lifestyle through his role as a TRUST Scholar at Upstate. Daniel attended Connecticut College where he was part of the club soccer and tennis teams and graduated with a B.A. in Biology-Concentration in Cellular and Molecular Biology. After graduating from Connecticut College Daniel did research at the National Institute of Health for two years.

Garrett Esper

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Garrett is between his 3rd and 4th year of medical school at SUNY Upstate in Syracuse NY. Currently doing a research year in the Orthopedic Department Trauma Division at NYU Langone in New York City. Grew up in Albany, NY before attending Colgate University where he graduated from in 2018 after 4 years as a member of the Division 1 Men's Soccer Program. Since graduation has turned his athletic interests into Ironman triathlons and other endurance events. Excited to join Medicine in Motion to help provide all members of the medical community with guidance and opportunity for enjoyment in the athletic and fitness world.

Joe Repicky

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Joe is currently a second-year medical student at SUNY Upstate Medical University. As a former college soccer player fitness has always played a central role in his life. After working for 3 years in the emergency department after graduating from SUNY Plattsburgh, he recognized the importance of fitness in maintaining both a healthy mind and body.

Patrick Castle

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Patrick is currently a 4th year medical student at SUNY Upstate Medical University. He completed a degree in Biotechnology at Syracuse University and was a member of the Division I Men’s Soccer Team at Syracuse. During college he worked to improve the mental health of athletes by advocating for the hiring of two clinical psychologists. At Upstate he hopes to bring members of the Upstate Medical University community together to improve their overall well-being. His interests outside of medical school include playing soccer, running, and skiing.

Zachariah Wentlent

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Zachariah Wentlent is a second-year medical student at the State University of New York Upstate Medical University. He played many sports growing up, ultimately deciding to invest most of his time into basketball, though over the years he has developed a love for CrossFit and weightlifting. At Upstate, he founded the Student Athletic Council, geared towards providing athletic opportunities via an array of sports to all members of the Upstate community. His current passions lie in physical fitness and nutrition, and he looks forward to using those passions to help reach the goal of Medicine in Motion – preventing physician burnout