Richard Marcello, MS, CSCS

Richard Marcello, MS, CSCS

Clinical Exercise Scientist

Professional Affiliations

  • Sacred Heart University Life and Sports Analysis Clinic
  • New England American College of Sports Medicine
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association
  • Weston High School Cross Country Coach

Degrees and Certifications

    • M.S. Exercise Science and Nutrition, Sacred Heart University
    • B.S. Exercise Science, Sacred Heart University
    • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength and Conditioning Association
    • CPR, First Aid, and AED, American Red Cross

Teaching Responsibilities

    • Ex 101: Health, Fitness, and Recreation
    • Ex 230: Research and Evaluation for Health Professions
    • Ex 250L: Exercise Physiology Laboratory
    • EX 362L: Exercise Testing and Prescription Laboratory
    • AT 324: Strength and Conditioning for Rehab Professionals

Research Interests and Grants

    • Aerobic Performance
    • Strength and Conditioning for Aerobic Athletes
    • Exercise Physiology

Publications and Presentations

    REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

    • Greer AE, Marcello R, Graveline R. (2015). Community members’ assessment of the physical activity environments in their neighborhood parks: utility of the Community Stakeholder Park Audit Tool. Health Promotion Practice, 16(2), 202-209
    • Greer B, Sirithienthad P, Moffatt R, Marcello R., and Panton L. (2014) EPOC comparison between isocaloric bouts of steady-state aerobic, intermittent aerobic, and resistance exercise. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. (In Press).
    • Price AE, Marcello R, Graveline R. Community members’ assessment of the physical activity environments in their neighborhood parks: utility of the Community Stakeholder Park Audit Tool. Health Promotion Practice. Published online 25 September 2014. DOI: 10.1177/1524839914551366
    • Greer AE, Milner K, Marcello R, Mazin K. (In Press). Health Action Process Approach: application to medication adherence in cardiac rehabilitation patients. Educational Gerontology, 41(10), 685-694.

    REFEREED PRESENTATIONS

    • Marcello, R., Greer, B., Greer, A., (2016) Plyometric and Resistance Training Do Not Effect Running Economy for Up to 24 Hours.  Submitted to the American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting. Boston, MA.
    • Greer, B., Fortini, L., and Marcello, R. (2016) Dynamic Compression Boots Fail to Improve Indices of Short-Term Recovery.  Submitted to the American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting.  Boston, MA.
    • Price AE, Milner K, Marcello R. Patients’ self-efficacy for maintaining physical activity after completion of phase II cardiac rehabilitation: a social-ecological approach. American Academy of Health Behavior Annual Meeting. March 17-20, 2014. Charleston, SC.
    • Price AE, Marcello R, Graveline R. Physical activity environments in public parks: an assessment using community engagement and Geographic Information Systems.American Academy of Health Behavior Annual Meeting. March 17-20, 2014. Charleston, SC.
    • Graveline R, Price AE, Marcello R, Milner K. (2014). Community members’ individual-related community empowerment: influence of a community member audit of the physical activity environments in parks. American Academy of Health Behavior Annual Meeting. March 17-20, 2014. Charleston, SC. 
Richard Marcello

Contact Information

Office Location & Hours

  • Location:
    Exercise Science
    Healthcare Education N256
    College of Health Professions
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