Published on July 1st, 2016 | by Chad T.0
Matt Kramer – Owner of Supplementsidekick.com
Matt Kramer is an avid health & fitness enthusiast who’s taken his passion for health & fitness and created an online business reviewing some of today’s most popular supplements & fitness products. His flagship website, Supplementsidekick.com has a monthly viewership of over 30,000 visitors and he continues to grow and expand his knowledge into the fitness and health world.
What are some things you love?
Being a health and fitness freak, I love cooking, sports & working out. I happened to grow up eating in a restaurant, so my culinary skills are excellent. I love cooking a unique, healthy meal after a workout and I’m pretty versatile with what I cook. When I’m not working on my websites, I’m probably playing baseball, basketball, swimming, or biking.
What’s your favorite film?
This is so hard because there are so many to choose from. Recently, I really enjoyed the Wolf of Wall Street, but I’ve always been a sucker for Casino, The Boiler Room, or the Godfather series.
Describe your typical day.
I normally wake up, take whatever supplement I’m currently testing, then make breakfast. From there, I’m reading & writing reviews of my favorite products until I take a break to go to the gym. I’ll come home, work some more, cook dinner, then go outside until the sun sets. I’m truly dedicated to healthy living and exercising is something I genuinely enjoying doing, so it’s no wonder I spend so much time outside.
What’s your favorite thing about working in your industry?
Things are always changing so fast so you have to stay on your toes. I enjoy that challenge. There’s always a new product that’s claimed to be the next miracle, and it’s my job to try it out and see if it really works or if it’s just BS.
What’s your biggest pet peeve?
I admittedly get very angry when individuals lack respect. I believe that all individuals deserve some form of respect until they lose it, so when a stranger is disrespectful to another person or myself, my blood boils. Next to that, I get irked by copycats. Some people say imitation is flattery, I say it’s low class.