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Think Fit. Be Fit.
Effective thinking for potent workouts
 
Think Fit. Be Fit. podcast is dedicated to optimizing exercise and overall human function.  It is best described as the intersection of exercise mechanics, muscle expertise, and embracing curiosity.  The human body is a wonderful teacher if you know how to listen to it, being open and having fun is part of that process.
 
Jennifer Schwartz, hostess and founder of Impact Your Fitness and Impact Sport Science Group has helped hundreds of athletes and people around Washington DC move without pain and exercise to their fullest potential.  
 
This podcast is important because people are missing out on living a better life because they don't understand that body awareness is a combination of taking feedback, listening, and learning.  It is not a practice of self-judgement and societal expectations.  Don't choose unhappiness over uncertainty.  Embrace the process!

Jul 10, 2019

Do you worry about your body changing over the years?  I hear concerns all the time about not being able to achieve the body or athleticism of the past.   Join Jenn and Dr. Eleni Boosalis for a conversation that is a blend of personal fitness experience and professional knowledge of accepting change with grace.  Dr....


Jun 26, 2019

This episode is a stunning example of how simplicity and science can harmonize for effective exercise.  This harmony isn’t possible without a deep understanding of movement and neural pathways, but don't worry we make this lesson fun and interesting!
 
Join Jenn Schwartz and Rui Reis for a conversation about a novel...


Jun 10, 2019

Meet Dr. Stephanie Johnson DC!  She is a full time chiropractic provider, business owner and super-jacked CrossFit athlete.  She and Jenn discuss the importance of being proactive with your chiropractor as well as mindful decision-making for maintaining good habits and posture.  
 
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Jun 4, 2019

Give your exercise a full upgrade!
Do you want to develop a better connection with your exercise – minus the frustration of old injuries or relying on specialists or therapists?
 
If so, this is for you!
 
Here's what you’ll get with Movement Pathways – a live course offered on June 7-9 at Local...


May 29, 2019

Chronic pain and under-performing muscles can slow down our exercise and age us faster. Exercise – and specifically strength training – has the power to improve muscle mass and joints. Muscle mass is the number one measurement of quality of life for adults, but we rarely discuss it in the context of functional aging...