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A Podcast Network Dedicated to Effective Thinking for Potent Exercise.
 
Our current offering consists of three shows that will help bring your limitless fitness potential within reach by teaching you how to think outside the box and into the undertones of exercise.
 
Think Fit. Be Fit. is released on Mondays, Fitness for Consumption is released on Wednesdays and Peach Pit Fitness is released on the first Monday of every month. 
 
Our host roster have over 70+ years of experience in exercise science, personal training, athletic training, kinesiology and innovating throughout the fitness industry.
 
This ongoing conversation about the nuances of training will help trainers, coaches and fitness lovers connect deeper to their exercise and the process of exercise science. Let's create a new conversation about exercise!

Apr 17, 2019

If you want to amp your gains from the gym, then participating in Active Recovery is a must.  Active Recovery is a blend of activities that help your body manage energy to produce changes that will get your stronger, lose fat or improve sport performance. This includes targeted exercises, mental performance concepts, quality sleep and, of course, nutrition.

 

You will do better at your fitness goals, whether that’s the healing process of injury recovery or training for a  competitive run, when you implement consistent Active Recovery. The vast capacities of the body’s ability to adapt are waiting for you!

 

What you’ll learn in this episode:

How to manage consistent workout progress if you have old injuries

How to add more value to your workouts while managing your daily stress

Jenn’s supplement stack and how she does Active Recovery within her training process

 

Links of interest:

Download the User’s Guide to Boutique Fitness

 

Learn about sleep, recovery and implementing a training process

Episode: Sleep and Recovery are No Joke

Episode: The Biggest Fallacy in Fitness

 

Movement Pathways Course

Oura Ring

Why We Sleep by Dr Matthew Walker

Wim Hoff breathing app

Synergy Float Center