• Hal Miller
    Personal Trainer , Yoga Instructor , Health Coach
    MY MISSION:

    Maybe some of the beliefs you have about yourself and the gym, the run, the ride, the class, the climb or whatever your challenge is are true. Perhaps they are not.

    Maybe you are stronger, more powerful, and smarter than you think you are.

    Maybe the way that you�ve been feeling can change.

    My job is to help you to see what you can truly accomplish.

    There is nothing more exciting to me than seeing my clients progress. My job as your trainer is not to just put you through a workout, but to teach you what to do and how to do it when I�m not there.

    THE MORE YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO AND HOW TO DO IT, THE FASTER YOU�LL GET TO YOUR GOAL AND THE BETTER YOU�LL BE AT MAINTAINING IT.

    This is why I developed Independence Fitness Coaching, because it�s already in you. Together we can bring it out.
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    Payment & Complementary
    My Training style
    Motivational Speaker
    Talker
    I work with people who are
    New to fitness
    Already exercising regularly
    Returning after a long layoff from regular exercise
    My training environment
    Residential Building Gym
    Outdoors (Park/Track)
    Office Building Gym
    Trainer's only Gym
    Group Fitness
    Client Home (client's equipment)
    Client Home (trainer's equipment)
    Will Travel
    Yoga style I practice (for yoga instructors only)
    Vinyasa
    I have experience with injuries to the following areas
    Back
    Shoulders
    Neck
    Knees
    Hips
    Elbows
    Muscle tears
    Tendonitis
    I have experience with the following medical conditions
    High Blood Pressure
    Obesity
    Diabetes
    Cardiovascular Disease
    I have experience with the following special populations
    Elderly
    First Timers
    Unmotivated Individuals
    Post-Rehab
    Obese
    Adults with Special Needs
    I have special certifications in
    Nutrition & Lifestyle
    Yoga
    Pilates
    Post-Rehab
    Kettle Bells
    P90X
    I have experience with the following sports/ training specific goals
    Martial Arts
    Boot Camp
    Weight Loss
    Functional Training
    Flexibility/Mobility
    Distance Cycling
    Plyometric Training
    Tough Mudder
    Warrior Dash
    Spartan Race
    Session lengths available
    30 min
    45 min
    60 min
    90 min
    120min
    Payment method preference
    Cash
    Check
    Venmo
    I offer a complimentary first meeting of an
    Fitness Assessment
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    Language Spoken

    English

    Areas Available to Train in ( city zip code/ area listings)

    10025 , 10024 , 10023 , 10026 , 10027 , 10029 , 10128 , 10028 , 10075 , 10021 , 10065 , 10019 , 10018 , 10022 , 10017 , 10016 , 10010 , 10004 , 10005 , 10006 , 10038 , 10007 , 10002 , 10013 , 10012 , 10014 , 10280

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    23 hours ago

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