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Priority Shifts and Adjustment Periods

Happy Memorial Day! I had the best low-key weekend. We took the boys up to see all the grandparents. It wasn’t the longest visit but it was nice to be home, spend some time with Mom and see my niece. The boys got some pool time and I had a long overdue “pajama day.” It was […]

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Current Goal: Daily Activity Sandwiches

Big news! I’m coding again for a small tech firm out of PA and I sort of feel like my career has gone full circle. I started out of college (graduating with a master’s in Instructional Technology) as a multimedia programmer. After a couple of years I left that position to teach web development and multimedia […]

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And We’re Back! Maybe?

photo: An-e In response to the thousands… er, hundreds… or, ok three emails I received wondering where the hell Cranky Fitness had gone, I thought I’d attempt a brief update. This is also a test post to see if hitting “publish” will accomplish anything other than exercising my right index finger. While …

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Reinventing Dessert: Espresso Chocolate Brownies

Why suffer through life without dessert? Enjoy these "healthier" chocolate brownies, loaded with all the flavor, but without added sugar or guilt.

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Breaking Down the Science: Why Creatine is Better Than You Thought

Smarter, Stronger, and Ageless? Here’s why creatine isn’t just for weightlifters, and how it's much safer than you've been led to believe.

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Sausage and Cheese Breakfast Pita

Stuck in a breakfast rut? It's time to rethink "healthy" with this breakfast pita, which includes sausage and cheese for a meal that you will appreciate.

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When Exercise Plans Go Awry: The Ball’s in Your Court

By Crabby McSlacker Hi y’all! Yep, as you can tell by my accent, I’m still in Texas. Our place in Provincetown Massachusetts is still undergoing renovation. And how’s that going? Since our move-in date is fast approaching, we were curious ourselves. So a few days ago some kind friends of …

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How to Overcome Lost Motivation

Every health site emphasizes workouts and diet plans, but 100 studies show focusing on these 2 elements can lead to successful body transformation.

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Rethinking Arm Workouts

Your arm workouts are probably flawed and overcomplicated. Here are 5 strategies to finally achieve the muscular biceps and triceps you’ve always wanted.

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Challenging the Belly Fat Hypothesis

Popular diets will insist that low glycemic foods and low-carb diets are the keys to weight loss. Here's why the most important part of the fight against "belly fat" is oftentimes ignored in diet books and articles.

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