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  • Writer's pictureRon McKeefery

IGCT Episode #240: Pat Livesey- "Complete Warm Up"


Pat Livesey joined the RYPT team as an intern in the Spring of 2015 after graduating from the University of Louisville. Pat was a two-sport athlete and eight-time Varsity letter winner during his high-school career at Montclair Kimberley Academy in Montclair, NJ. As the Captain of the Football and Baseball teams his senior year, Pat led the Baseball team to a Prep B State Championship and Non-public B North State Championship. His leadership and athletic vigor landed him a scholarship to Muhlenberg College for both Football and Baseball. After suffering an injury, Pat was no longer able to continue playing college sports, resulting in a transfer to the University of Louisville. Determined to continue pursing his passion for sports performance, Pat acquired a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science.

During his time at the University of Louisville, he immersed himself in both the educational and philanthropic opportunities available, becoming an avid member of the Health and Human Performance Club, working on the fitness staff at the student recreational center, and volunteering as a member of the Louisville Women's Basketball practice squad (2011-2012). After graduating, Pat sought additional experience in the field of sports performance, working as an intern for Seton Hall University Strength and Conditioning (Winter 2015) and RYPT (Spring – Summer 2015). Pat was promoted to an Assistant Performance Coach of the RYPT team.

Pat completed his master's degree at California University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Sports Performance and Injury Prevention. When not coaching, Pat enjoys participating in various athletic events. He completed the 2015 New Jersey Half Marathon as well as multiple Reebok Spartan Races across the Tri-State area completing the 2015 & 2016 Spartan Trifecta.


In This Episode We Discuss:

  • What experience in his journey impacted him the most, and Why.

  • Biggest mistake he has made and how he learned from it.

  • His transition from being an athlete to coach.

  • How to structure a proper warm up.

  • Being a young coach in the field, but still giving back.

  • Best piece of coaching advice he has ever received.

  • His favorite quote, Book/App/Website recommendation.

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