Articles by Eric Auciello
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Specialize Your Warm-Up

As a younger man, my warm-ups consisted of static stretching and a light jog. Nowadays, I warm up differently because I recognize that a good warm-up ... Continue reading
Human Patterning

Blake: Honestly Commissioner, I don't know anything about civil engineering. Commissioner Gordon: But you know about patterns. Keep looking. In ... Continue reading
Critical Power as a Measure of Fitness

Critical Power (CP) is a term that is often associated with the sport of cycling. However, it’s a concept that can be used by anyone to track im... Continue reading
The Power Process

Toil is man's allotment; toil of brain, or toil of hands, or a grief that's more than either, the grief and sin of idleness. -Melville Recently, I ... Continue reading
Altered States: Metabolic Disorders, Obesity and Disease

If you're an exercise professional, then you've probably had a client or two who had systemic inflammation, abdominal obesity, high blood pressure, an... Continue reading
The Marathon Blues

The human body is the only machine for which there are no spare parts. – Hermann M. Biggs I'm not the type of guy who asks for help, my pride... Continue reading
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