Dr. Marty Miller is a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) accredited health and fitness educator. With more than 20 years of experience in sports medicine, performance enhancement and injury prevention. Marty is a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) with the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), a Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES), Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES), a Mixed Martial Arts Conditioning Specialist (MMACS) and a Master Instructor for Everlast.
Dr. Miller completed his Bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine and Physical Education at Canisius College (NY), attained a Masters in Exercise Science and Injury Prevention from California University of Pennsylvania (PA) and achieved his PhD in Health Sciences from A.T. Still University (AZ).
His career began in 1994 with professional baseball for the Montreal Expos. As a certified athletic trainer he had a hand in coordinating all aspects of care for major and minor league players.
Leaving Montreal Expos in 1997, he took the opportunity to work as the Director of Fitness for BallenIsles Country Club, a five-star golf course in Palm Brach Garden, FL.
Making a brief comeback to baseball, Marty became the first Director of Performance Enhancement for the New York Yankees, in the spring of 2007. He was entrusted with the evaluation and predetermination of musculoskeletal injuries of players, providing them with corrective exercise protocols while continuing their regular strength and conditioning programs.
Following his time with the New York Yankees, Marty joined Woodfield Country Club in 2008 as their Director of Fitness and Spa Operations, overseeing their 40,000 sq ft facility with a staff of 15 personal trainers.
In 2011, Marty joined Mizner Country Club as their Director of Fitness and Spa Operations. His work at Mizner Country Club earned it the distinction as one of America’s Healthiest Club’s as well as attaining the Gold Club status recognized within private country club industry.
Over the last few years, Marty has been researching the link between cognitive function, aging and exercise. This research and Marty’s passion for working with his clients led to the development of CT Maxx. The idea for CT Maxx stemmed simply from Marty looking for ways to challenge his clients cognitively while making a variety of three dimensional movements.
On a personal level, Marty enjoys spending time with his wife, Kristy, and his three boys, training in martial arts, education and working out.