Martin earned his undergraduate degree from Laurentian University in the Éducation Physique et Santé program (Physical Education and Health). He also completed a Master's degree in Human Kinetics at Laurentian University.
Upon graduating, he worked in Laurentian University's School of Human Kinetics as a laboratory technologist. He is currently a professor and the coordinator of the Physical Fitness Management program at Cambrian College.
Martin is fluently bilingual and can do interviews in both English and French.
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Laurentian University: Undergraduate Degree in Éducation Physique et Santé, Human Kinetics 2008
Laurentian University: Master's Degree in Human Kinetics, Human Kinetics 2010
- Ontario Fitness Council
- Sudbury Sport and Social Club
- Canadian Society of Exercise Physiologists
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Olympic stress levels studied at Cambrian College
Program coordinator Martin Dubuc wanted to measure their reactions to what they saw at the Sochi Games. "We're trying to identify positive and negative stress," said Dubuc. "Although the body may react the same in different circumstances, there are differences." For example, a positive stresser would be a wedding proposal, whereas negative stress would be triggered by being in a car accident...
Hockey gets heart rates up at Cambrian
The Sudbury Star online
“This is not an electrocardiogram,” explained professor Marty Dubuc. “This is just a heart rate monitor. The key information we are getting is beats per minute – the pulse.” Dubuc said the testing is part of an assignment with a stress management class he teaches which has dealt with different stress management techniques, how to perceive stress, and “how stress is based on perception of the event.”
Cambrian College Fitness Management students use Sochi Olympics to learn about stress management
Cambrian College online
Marty Dubuc, Coordinator of the Physical Fitness Management program at Cambrian College, plans to tether five second-year students to heart monitors – all in the name of learning more about how the human body responds to stress – when Canada’s men’s hockey team meets Austria on Olympic ice. During the match, which takes place Friday, February 14, students will be paired to measure each other’s stress responses, most notably heart rate...
Eating well and keeping fit over the holiday season
CTV Northern Ontario tv
Martin Dubuc gives tips on keeping active over the holiday season - without having to hit the gym.
Former forest rangers seek to resurrect program
The Huntsville Forester online
Martin Dubuc, a former Ontario Forest Ranger and ex-staff member, said supporters are trying to resurrect the program after the provincial government cut it last year.
“The Ontario Rangers program was the oldest youth program in Ontarian history. It started during the Second World War,” said Dubuc. “It’s a life-changing experience for these youth, especially the ones who are coming from urban centres, such as Toronto and Hamilton, who have never seen the north of the province.”