Starting Out – The Story of a Former Fat Guy

January 21, 2011
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Everyone needs to start somewhere! Today’s post will condense much of what I’ve learned from many of those featured in Sunday’s post and describe how I have applied the advice to my own situation. I’ll then cover how you can apply it to yours, too. Important Point – Fat Loss is 80%-90% Diet This post [...]

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The Computer Programmer’s Fat Loss Toolkit

January 16, 2011
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Losing fat, getting strong and running fast is tough, especially when you’re sat behind a computer all day. I struggled with motivation for years. It is difficult to know where to start when you are looking for clear, concise and most importantly accurate health and fitness advice, especially as a beginner. This list contains some [...]

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A Programmer’s Guide to a Healthier, Stronger, Happier Life – Part I

January 9, 2011
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This is the first post of a series of posts that will focus on improving our health, fitness, strength and happiness by applying what we already know to be successful when developing software! If you’re interested to read more, sign up for updates using RSS or email. Iterations – The secret to achieving it all [...]

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The Computer Geek Fightback – Shaking off Mr. Sloth

January 5, 2011
The Computer Geek Fightback – Shaking off Mr. Sloth

First off, thanks go to everyone who’s taken the time to show interest in this idea over the past couple of days. Further posts will follow twice weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays. To receive these as they appear, please sign up for RSS or email. This site was created to disprove the perception of certain [...]

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Four Health Essentials for Programmers in 2011

December 30, 2010

The New Year is fast approaching and it’s that time when we begin to put together a list of resolutions. Seeing as we spend most of our lives glued to our chairs, there’s a good chance that many of our resolutions will revolves around health and fitness. Last year I was in exactly the same [...]

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The Tree of Love

July 27, 2010
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My relationship with exercise has become non-existent. We’re like bitter divorcees, arguing over who gets the settee. Prior to this month, I cannot remember the last time I ran. I no longer play football, my bike sits miserably chained to the railings in my backyard. Since I passed my driving test, even the short walk [...]

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