Matt Marty

Matt Marty was born in southern California and raised in St. Charles, MO.  He attended Concordia University-Nebraska where he earned his bachelor's degree in Secondary Education (Theology, PE).  He also earned a M.Ed from Concordia University-Nebraska in 2008.  

Matt began his teaching career at Orange Lutheran High School (CA) where he taught theology, coached football and assisted with the athletic performance program.  In 2008, the Marty family made their way back to the midwest where Matt taught and coached at Lutheran South and Lutheran St. Charles, both in the St. Louis area.  In 2014, Matt moved to Faith Lutheran in Las Vegas, NV and assumed the role of Director of Athletic Performance.  

While at Faith Lutheran Coach Marty created and implemented training programs for over 500 athletes annually and worked with all athletic teams at the high school.  Under his leadership at Faith Lutheran, the school was honored with the Strength of America Award through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).  

Coach Marty is a member of the NSCA with certifications as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Registered Strength and Conditioning Coach (RSCC).  He is recognized as a Sport Performance Coach through USA Weightlifting (USAW).  He has also served as Nevada state director for the National High School Strength and Conditioning Association (NHSSCA). Coach Marty has a passion for Long Term Athletic Development (LTAD) and loves to combine Christian ministry with that passion.  

Matt and his wife Kayla have three children: Micah, Kaleb, and Karis.