Dr. Martinez received his B.S. in Physical Education and Exercise Science, and M.S. in Cardiac Rehabilitation and Exercise Science from Brooklyn College. He then went on to complete his Ph.D. in Exercise Science at the University of Kentucky.
His research interests include the application of higher performance methodologies in tactical populations, as well as performance analytics.
Martinez, Gabriel J.; Ma, Xin; Best, Stuart A.; Johnson, Benjamin F.; and Abel, Mark (2022) “Implementation Of High Intensity Interval Training And Autoregulatory Progressive Resistance Exercise In A Law Enforcement Training Academy,” International Journal of Exercise Science: Vol. 15 : Iss. 4, Pages 1246 – 1261.
Martinez, Gabriel Jose and Abel, Mark. “Effect of a Law Enforcement Academy Training Program on Validated Fitness Outcomes of Cadets” J Strength Cond Res 35(4): 955–962, 2021.
Martinez, Gabriel Jose, “Application of High Performance Training Strategies to Enhance Occupational Readiness in Law Enforcement Cadets” (2020). Theses and Dissertations–Kinesiology and Health Promotion. 79.
BIO 102 Nutritional Biology
KIN 110 Fundamentals of Personal Wellness
KIN 200 Human Nutrition
KIN 333 Kinesiology
KIN 340 Exercise Testing and Prescription
KIN 350 Theories of Strength and Conditioning
KIN 401 Adapted Fitness