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Dr. (Coach) Pat Ivey is the Assistant VP/Associate Athletics Director for Student Athlete Health and Performance at the University of Louisville. He oversees the departments of Sports Medicine, Sports Performance, Sports Nutrition, Mental Health and Performance, and Sports Science. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Missouri, teaching a course in Foundations of Sport Performance via an online Masters' program in Positive Coaching. He has served at the University of Missouri as the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Access and Leadership Development. In this role, he assisted with Community Engagement, Legislative Relations, and K-12 pipelining and programming. He lettered as a defensive end at Missouri from 1993 to 1995. In 1995, he was honored as being the strongest athlete in the history of Missouri. In 1996, he was signed as a free agent by the San Diego Chargers. Beginning in 1998, Ivey worked as a Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Missouri. He started his graduate assistantship after spending time with the Denver Broncos and Green Bay Packers in the late 1990s. His wife, Dr. Starla Ivey, is a college professor and they have two daughters, Paisli and Serena.
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The Table
What Are You Leaving on "The Table"?
by Dr. Patrick Ivey , Akeem Robinson, Derek Lege and Dr. Starla Ivey View author's profile page

Overview


Sports aren't just games—they're valuable learning opportunities. In The Table, Dr. Patrick Ivey presents a resource for student athletes in high school and college along with professional athletes who have been in the game for a while. It aims to inspire all athletes to take full advantage of their opportunities, while leaving behind crumbs of wisdom for the next group to take a seat at the table.
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Sports aren't just games—they're valuable learning opportunities. In The Table, Dr. Patrick Ivey presents a resource for student athletes in high school and college along with professional athletes who have been in the game for a while. It aims to inspire all athletes to take full advantage of their opportunities, while leaving behind crumbs of wisdom for the next group to take a seat at the table. Dr. Ivey draws upon his own past as an athlete, the knowledge he gained and how he applies it to his life now. A person probably won't be an athlete his entire life, but he can take what he's learned and use it to build his best life.
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Overview


Sports aren't just games—they're valuable learning opportunities. In The Table, Dr. Patrick Ivey presents a resource for student athletes in high school and college along with professional athletes who have been in the game for a while. It aims to inspire all athletes to take full advantage of their opportunities, while leaving behind crumbs of wisdom for the next group to take a seat at the table.

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Description


Sports aren't just games—they're valuable learning opportunities. In The Table, Dr. Patrick Ivey presents a resource for student athletes in high school and college along with professional athletes who have been in the game for a while. It aims to inspire all athletes to take full advantage of their opportunities, while leaving behind crumbs of wisdom for the next group to take a seat at the table. Dr. Ivey draws upon his own past as an athlete, the knowledge he gained and how he applies it to his life now. A person probably won't be an athlete his entire life, but he can take what he's learned and use it to build his best life.

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Book details

Genre:SPORTS & RECREATION

Subgenre:Sports Psychology

Language:English

Pages:154

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781543997521

Paperback ISBN:9781543997514


Overview


Sports aren't just games—they're valuable learning opportunities. In The Table, Dr. Patrick Ivey presents a resource for student athletes in high school and college along with professional athletes who have been in the game for a while. It aims to inspire all athletes to take full advantage of their opportunities, while leaving behind crumbs of wisdom for the next group to take a seat at the table.

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Description


Sports aren't just games—they're valuable learning opportunities. In The Table, Dr. Patrick Ivey presents a resource for student athletes in high school and college along with professional athletes who have been in the game for a while. It aims to inspire all athletes to take full advantage of their opportunities, while leaving behind crumbs of wisdom for the next group to take a seat at the table. Dr. Ivey draws upon his own past as an athlete, the knowledge he gained and how he applies it to his life now. A person probably won't be an athlete his entire life, but he can take what he's learned and use it to build his best life.

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About the author


Dr. (Coach) Pat Ivey is the Assistant VP/Associate Athletics Director for Student Athlete Health and Performance at the University of Louisville. He oversees the departments of Sports Medicine, Sports Performance, Sports Nutrition, Mental Health and Performance, and Sports Science. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Missouri, teaching a course in Foundations of Sport Performance via an online Masters' program in Positive Coaching. He has served at the University of Missouri as the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Access and Leadership Development. In this role, he assisted with Community Engagement, Legislative Relations, and K-12 pipelining and programming. He lettered as a defensive end at Missouri from 1993 to 1995. In 1995, he was honored as being the strongest athlete in the history of Missouri. In 1996, he was signed as a free agent by the San Diego Chargers. Beginning in 1998, Ivey worked as a Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Missouri. He started his graduate assistantship after spending time with the Denver Broncos and Green Bay Packers in the late 1990s. His wife, Dr. Starla Ivey, is a college professor and they have two daughters, Paisli and Serena.

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