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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!

Dec 19, 2018

What is the common fallacy about running?  It’s simple, running is a sport and it is not a reliable way to achieve your best bod and healthy joints. Any trainer charging more than $50 USD an hour should have a solid argument against using running to sustainably lose fat.

 

Injury rates for runners are up to 79% according to a recent systematic literature review.

Jenn has worked with hundreds of runners on post-rehabilitative strength and resolving old injuries.  The goal of this episode and the Think Fit. Be Fit. free offer (*see below) is to help you find your stride and move with confidence.

 

Finding the sweet spot of running for enjoyment or competition is worth the extra work.

 

What you’ll learn in this episode:

  • You can make running a great way to achieve fitness if you see strength assessments and improvements as a foundation for making that work
  • Common running and cardio myths that won’t die
  • The single common denominator of all injuries

 

Links of interest:

Podcast episodes (Lab of Us Ep. 5, Lab of Us Ep 4.)

Systematic Review Literature

*Message Jenn for PST Running Exercises

 

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