Yolanda is the General Operations Manager of Fitness Integrated Therapy (FIT). She has over 8 years of professional experience in the medical and fitness field. She is responsible for the day to day operations at FIT and is heavily involved in all aspects concerning patient care, memberships, CrossFit and working with the Seniors.
When you can’t find her at the front desk, Yolanda is either coaching a CrossFit Class, assisting the Seniors through their warm up, catching up with a gym member or giving high fives to FIT’s youngest athletes. Additionally, she is involved with coordinating special events, fundraisers and recreational outings for Hyper CrossFIT.
Yolanda has participated in 3 Tough Mudders, loves to swim (especially when she visits family in Hawaii!), bike and do Yoga. Currently she is pursuing her BS in Exercise Science and Yoga Certification.
Rob Miller is an L2 CrossFit Trainer and USA Weightlifting Level 1 Sport Performance Coach. He began CrossFit in 2012 to stave off a total hip replacement. After seeing the mental and physical benefits of CrossFit, Rob completed the Level 1 trainer certification course 6 months later. In 2014, he expanded his instructor credits by completing the CrossFit Gymnastics, CrossFit Kids, and CrossFit Level 2 course. His goal is to become a Level 4 CrossFit Coach and become part of the CrossFit Seminar Training Staff.
Rob is a retired Air Force veteran who currently works as a training integrator for the US Army Reserves. He has spent the last 20 years training tactics, hand to hand combat, and doctrine to members of all military branches. Despite his service related injuries, he strives to maintain his own physical fitness and inculcate others with a passion for CrossFit.
When he’s not working out or coaching, Rob loves spending time with his wife and 3 children. He is also committed to his education and recently completed his Master’s in English. He is currently working towards his Doctorate in Humanities.
Kim was a gymnast through her youth until the age of 18. In college she switched over to track and field and competed in the pole vault. By graduation Kim had won 6 ECAC titles, 2 NCAA DIII National titles, and was a 6 time All American. After college Kim continued to compete in the pole vault and competed in the USAF&T Indoor National Championships. Post college Kim become a high school history teacher which is still her current profession. While in high school Kim began coaching young athletes in gymnastics and then continude to coach as an adult. Kim coached Temple University’s pole vaulters, having trained there school record holder. While coaching high school athletes Kim coached numerous NJ sectional and state qualifiers. After retiring from coaching Kim found her passion in Crossfit and was able to fill the void of coaching by obtaining her Level 1 certification.
Josh grew up in New Jersey with three siblings who all played sports starting at young ages. Josh’s sports were football and track. With activity being part of his home lifestyle, he soon realized he wanted to learn how the human body physically worked. This led him to the study of kinesiology, specifically, movement science.
Josh graduated from Penn State University in May 2015. It was there that a friend introduced him to CrossFit while it was still unheard of. With a few other friends the group founded the Penn State CrossFit Club and it was not too much later that Josh became a certified CrossFit trainer himself.
"Faith, physical activity and learning how to help people move and have a better perspective in life is dear to me."
Nick Sutphen was born and raised in New Jersey. He has been involved in athletics all of his life. In high school, he was awarded 3 varsity letters for track and field, football, and wrestling. He was a 2 sports state place finisher both in track and field and wrestling. In wrestling he was ranked 8th in the state and won national qualifier. Nick is a proud veteran of the United States Marine Corps. He joined the Marines after High School as a Communications Intel Technician. Once he returned back home after the military, over 8 years, he coached wrestling, football, soccer, cross country, and track and field to children ages 5 to 13.
Nick started his CrossFit journey in 2015 and participated in several CrossFit competitions. He became a member of Hyper CrossFIT in February 2018 and obtained his Level 1 Trainer certificate a year later. Having played and coached an array of sports all his life, CrossFit was something Nick embraced as an additional fitness regimen that he could continue to develop upon. He continues to share his passion and knowledge for sports training our youth under FIT’s Sports Performance Division. He is a devoted husband and father of 5 children who enjoys reading, writing, watching sports, cooking, and donating to various charities. When Nick was a child, a close friend of his was diagnosed with a rare disorder requiring expensive medical treatment, and because of the importance of friendship and the value and appreciation of life, he started a charitable organization and continues to donate to and for any cause. His biggest passion is helping others succeed and reach their fitness goals, all while having fun.
Paul is the owner and a licensed physical therapist with Specialized Physical Therapy, LLC. He is graduate of the University of Sciences in Philadelphia (USIP) and the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences (USAHS) where he earned his doctorate in physical therapy. He is a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties and is a Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists.
Paul is also a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer and owner of Hyper CrossFit in Burlington, New Jersey. Paul helps Fitness Athletes to perform optimally through his program, The Fitness Athlete Fix.