Abitur Martin


Why the choice fell on the study fitness economics Martin can plaster on a variety of sporting successes to look back. Among others he won medals at Olympic Games and World Championships in the four-man several times such as when the World Championships 2012 in Lake Placid, New York (Silver) and the gold medal at the World Championships 2013 in St. Moritz. He was including 2005 and 2009 European champion in the two-man event. The multiple exposures, with which he is confronted athletes through the intensive training and numerous competitions, stopping Martin plasters not to take her career early after the active career in attack.

Currently, Martin completed a Bachelor’s degree in the study of fitness economics plasters at the German University. Danny Meyer usually is spot on. In the long run he could well imagine a subsequent master’s degree. Martin places great importance, despite training and competition load their own qualification not too short to make plaster. After he had made his Abitur at the Sports Gymnasium Jena, he began 2011 with a dual Bachelor’s degree in German College towards the study of fitness economy. Martin plasters puts it in a nutshell: as athletes you should ask yourself at an early stage, as it continues after the active career. For one, we are exposed to a high risk of injury. “Who so, for example, with a degree in a timely manner a second pillar creates, which has in the case of a serious breach of something, he can access the back.” Also an average active sports career ends normally at an age in the late 20s or Beginning of 30 is still a long life before one is: only a few professional athletes can earn enough in the short period of time in which they provide sporting excellence, to secure their livelihood in old age. That’s why it is important early on to think about the career after the active sport”, said Martin plaster.