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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!

Oct 31, 2018

The foundations of good health are quality sleeping, eating, and breathing.  We believe that exercise is a lens to visualize and live your most healthy life, however without spending time on education about your sleep you are potentially not going to enjoy being fit.  

The bottom line is clear.  Use our resources to...

Oct 24, 2018

Your future depends on asking questions about your body. It's the only way to advocate for your health and build an intelligent exercise approach. 

This is the first Q&A episode with Jenn. "What is exercise supposed to feel like"? Unfortunately we've been taught to rely on sensations to teach us about exercise. This...

Oct 10, 2018

The ultimate fitness hack is building results that promote success.

Most people feel resistance when setting goals and creating fitness based habits. What if success is possible without feeling the constrictions of saying no to yourself over and over again?  This episode is Jenns perspective on the necessary steps to...

Oct 3, 2018

While a “no pain, no gain” mentality can be admirable in some ways, your body might not agree with this approach. You may feel sore after a rewarding workout, but this soreness isn’t a requirement for getting stronger or improving your physique. Just like with stretching, exercise science doesn’t confirm that...