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Marty Martinez

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Iowa State University

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Iowa State University

2505 University Blvd

Ames, Iowa,50010

United States

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Located in Ames, IA, Iowa State University has an enrollment of over 28,000 students pursuing degrees in 100 majors. The Iowa State University Cyclones compete in the NCAA Division I Big 12 Conference fielding 18 varsity squads. The Cyclones Men's and Women's ...more

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Unlocking The Minds Of Athletes Podcast

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Marty Martinez is the sports psychologist at Iowa State University.
Dr. Martinez is a member of the professional Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology and was part of the United States team that traveled to Athens, Greece, for the World Track and Field Championships in 2006. Dr. Martinez is a licensed psychologist and coordinates the Sport Psychology Services. Dr. Martinez received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University of Nebraska. He completed his internship at Southern Illinois University Counseling Center.   Quote: Bible verse; about the power within. 2 Things to listen for: 1st, he says athletes must have a little fear of failure with a high desire to succeed and 2nd, he mentions 7 keys to how the mind and body work together. Training Round: He teaches his athletes when they're stuck to, 'Move to another place’ Links: @CycloneATH MartinezMarty Marty Martinez is the sports psychologist at Iowa State University. Dr. Martinez is a member of the professional Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology and was part of the United States team that traveled to Athens, Greece, for the World Track and Field Championships in 2006. Dr. Martinez is a licensed psychologist and coordinates the Sport Psychology Services. Dr. Martinez received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University of Nebraska. He completed his internship at Southern Illinois University Counseling Center. Marty Martinez is the sports psychologist at Iowa State University. Dr. Martinez is a member of the professional Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology and was part of the United States team that traveled to Athens, Greece, Marty Martinez is the sports psychologist at Iowa State University. Dr. Martinez is a member of the professional Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology and was part of the United States team that traveled to Athens, Greece, for the World Track and Field Championships in 2006. Dr. Martinez is a licensed psychologist and […]


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Here are some things Marty Martinez, a sports psychologist at Iowa State University, urges you to keep in mind:


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If you're thinking about pursuing individualized sports training for your child, here are some things sports psychologist Marty Martinez urges you to keep in mind:
Marty Martinez, a sports psychologist at Iowa State University, fears that getting advanced sports training for children at too young an age sends a signal to other parents that they'd better follow suit. "You start to see parents worrying, 'Oh, hey, my kid's not going to get to play soccer because he's already falling behind,' " Martinez said. "This could be at age 4, which is ridiculous. There's no such thing as falling behind." SORTING OUT FUN, FRUSTRATIONS For each expert such as Martinez, there's a different avenue of thought from trainers like Shea Carpenter - who prefers to get her hands on would-be softball pitchers as young as possible. Martinez, the psychologist at Iowa State, sees the benefit of individualized sports training, but wonders if there's a cost beyond the money. "You're going to learn great technique. You can start to see some natural proclivity to certain activities," he said.


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If you're thinking about pursuing individualized sports training for your child, here are some things sports psychologist Marty Martinez urges you to keep in mind:
Marty Martinez, a sports psychologist at Iowa State University, fears that getting advanced sports training for children at too young an age sends a signal to other parents that they'd better follow suit. "You start to see parents worrying, 'Oh, hey, my kid's not going to get to play soccer because he's already falling behind,' " Martinez said. "This could be at age 4, which is ridiculous. There's no such thing as falling behind." SORTING OUT FUN, FRUSTRATIONS For each expert such as Martinez, there's a different avenue of thought from trainers like Shea Carpenter - who prefers to get her hands on would-be softball pitchers as young as possible. Martinez, the psychologist at Iowa State, sees the benefit of individualized sports training, but wonders if there's a cost beyond the money. "You're going to learn great technique. You can start to see some natural proclivity to certain activities," he said.


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If you're thinking about pursuing individualized sports training for your child, here are some things sports psychologist Marty Martinez urges you to keep in mind:
Marty Martinez, a sports psychologist at Iowa State University, fears that getting advanced sports training for children at too young an age sends a signal to other parents that they'd better follow suit. "You start to see parents worrying, 'Oh, hey, my kid's not going to get to play soccer because he's already falling behind,' " Martinez said. "This could be at age 4, which is ridiculous. There's no such thing as falling behind." SORTING OUT FUN, FRUSTRATIONS For each expert such as Martinez, there's a different avenue of thought from trainers like Shea Carpenter - who prefers to get her hands on would-be softball pitchers as young as possible. Martinez, the psychologist at Iowa State, sees the benefit of individualized sports training, but wonders if there's a cost beyond the money. "You're going to learn great technique. You can start to see some natural proclivity to certain activities," he said.


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