Technogym executive brings health and wellness focus to virtual event hosted by Cal U’s School of Graduate Studies and Research.
Dr. Martin “Marty” Miller, director of education and training at Technogym USA, will headline the second installment of the Graduate Speaker Series at California University of Pennsylvania.
Sponsored by the School of Graduate Studies and Research at Cal U, the series invites engagement with “great minds and important ideas” in a virtual environment.
The public is invited to join Cal U students and alumni to hear Miller discuss “Education: The Race with No Finish Line” at 11 a.m. Dec. 1 via Zoom. Guests will have an opportunity to ask questions following his talk.
Dr. Marty Miller has been involved in the fitness and wellness industry since the mid-1990s, when he began his career as a certified athletic trainer for the Montreal Expos’ player development operation.
Today, he manages recruitment, development and training for Technogym USA’s Master Trainer network of more than 90 highly trained fitness professionals. The firm, headquartered in Fairfield, N.J., manufactures fitness and exercise equipment used by more than 50 million people worldwide every day.
Miller also is a founding member of the Club Spa and Fitness Association; a former regional master instructor for the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM); and owner, author and instructor for the Parkinson’s STRIKE program, which works to improve the lives of Parkinson’s patients through physical activity.
As owner and president of Cognitive Fitness LLC, Miller created the CT Maxx, a cognitive training tool based on a multitude of three-dimensional movement patterns.
Miller earned a master’s degree in exercise science and injury prevention at Cal U, where he has been an adjunct professor since 2007. He earned a Doctor of Health Sciences degree at A.T. Still University, in Arizona.
In addition to numerous NASM certifications, Miller holds a third-degree black belt in mixed martial arts and is a TPI-certified golf fitness instructor.