Monthly Archives: January 2016

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Eat Fit Not Fat- Overnight Pumpkin Apple Steel-Cut Oats

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I’ve been wanting to try overnight steel-cut oats in my slow cooker for years now, just have never got around to actually doing it. Our go to breakfast most mornings consist of some sort of egg sandwich, which we absolutely love. However, I decided it was time to switch it up a bit and try […]

Weigh-In Wednesday January 27th 2016: Nachos Ruin My Waist

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An 1818 Torture Device!

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What we pay money to have access to at the gym, was once considered a torture device that would put even the most unruly prisoners in their place. Enjoy! 

January Challenge Progress Report: Last Call!

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I wanted to give one last update to let those of us that have fallen behind a bit know where we stand. Maybe this will help us grind out the remaining week to hit the 31 in 31 goal. Heres the chart!

Some of us have serious work to do . . . Good luck to […]

Eat Fit Not Fat- Italian Turkey Sausage, Spinach and Orecchiette Soup

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Happy 2016 2 Fat Nerds! I know its been a while since I posted a recipe. I could sit here right now and make a New Years resolution to blog more to you all about the delicious food we stuff into our faces here in Somerville, however, I decided I am not going to make […]

Weigh-In Wednesday January 20th 2015: It is a Wednesday!

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January Challenge Progress Update!

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On New Years we started a 31 mile in 31 day challenge . Let’s check in on our progress so far!

If your information doesn’t look right, make sure all of your data is submitted!  Some eople are already accomplishing the goal of 31 miles for the month, keep it up and see if you can double […]

Weigh-In Wednesday January 13th 2016: I Swear We Still Do Wednesdays

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Half-Marathon Training Schedule and A Snowy Long Run

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Training season has arrived. So too, apparently, has winter. With our first official week of half-marathon training in the books, our not-so-friendly Lake Erie Monster has returned, just in time for our long run of the week.

Our training program for our fourth half-marathon is a bit different from previous, due to the addition of weight-training. […]

Getting Our Nutrition “On Point”

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Each and every session with Carley brings the inevitable question, “How has your nutrition been?” Typically this is soon followed up with, “You have to get it to 100 percent.” Apparently when I announce that I had donuts, Lloyd’s Tacos, and M&M’s for a snack, he is unimpressed.

Up to this point, our foray into weight-training has […]