Dr. Adriaan Louw and Jen Uschold PT discuss the Certification in Lifestyle Medicine
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by Jennifer Schwartz
1y ago
Exercise has an important role in our future health, but can modern medicine integrate exercise and lifestyle factors?  One of the answers to that question is in this episode. This conversation moves from how we think about exercise to elevating healthcare and challenging the patterns of conventional medicine.   Two talented educators and physical therapists join Jennifer in discussing professional healthcare education that has the potential to change medicine for the better, worldwide. Jennifer talks with Dr. Adriaan Louw and Jen Uschold of Evidence in Motion about one of their ..read more
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A conversation with Greg Roskopf
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by Jennifer Schwartz
1y ago
This episode of TFBF features a pioneer in manual therapy Greg Roskopf. As the author of the Roskopf Principle and The Jumpstart into MAT book and the founder of Muscle Activation Techniques, he not only developed the MAT program but also created a curriculum for this technique that has been taught to students all across the globe.    Greg has devoted his career to the study of the “cause and effect” of the muscular system and how it relates to pain. Greg has worked as a consultant for various professional sports teams including the Denver Broncos, Utah Jazz, and Denver Nuggets.  ..read more
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Fitness For Consumption ep 27: Center of Attention
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by Jennifer Schwartz
1y ago
Season 3, Episode 7: Center of Attention The Center of Mass and Movement Efficiency Don't miss this VISUAL podcast: Watch the YouTube Raise your hand if you’ve heard this before; the center of mass of a body, and its current relationship to a line of force, will have a significant impact on how efficiently that body moves.  If you’ve heard it, it very well may have been from us, about two episodes ago in The Forest Through The Trees (Season 3, Episode 5).  It’s not that we’ve run out of ideas already, it’s that we feel this information is so important to helping you make quality move ..read more
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Authentic Recovery with Christine Coen
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by Jennifer Schwartz
1y ago
In this episode of Think Fit Be Fit, Jenn talks with Christine Coen, Mental Health Dietitian, Binge Eating Coach, and Founder of The Warrior Team Workouts. After experiencing severe burnout in her life Christine began a journey toward recovery that allowed her to learn how to teach her body how to feel safe day-to-day. Christine and Jenn talk about the importance of looking internally to understand why and when our bodies are disregulated.  Christine also shares how she is helping others experience restoration and peace in their body and mind, through nutrition, coaching and counseling an ..read more
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Holly Perkins on How the Mind Impacts Healthy Habits
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by Jennifer Schwartz
1y ago
This conversation is about where healthy habits originate and it’s deep. It goes beyond the biological stuff that is weight loss, food management and health psychology. With the development of neuroscience, psychology and how our gut chemicals and health play into how we construct our reality, Holly and Jennifer have a very good question for all of us to ask- how does the mind impact our fitness?   This conversation is deep, philosophical and can be of help to anyone struggling with consistency or habit building. You’ll even hear Holly discuss the complexity of nutrition.   ..read more
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Context matters: Fitness Influencers with Nikki Naab-Levy
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by Jennifer Schwartz
1y ago
The Fitness Influencer culture is messy and full of gaping knowledge holes.  Because of the popularity of Fitness Influencers, it's becoming more apparent that the things we typically celebrate in fitness are too extreme and unrealistic for them to work and this leads to a lack of activity and burnout.   Jennifer and Nikki Naab-Levy of www.naablevy.com discuss the context of our fitness practice shaping so many things in our life.  This episode is part spontaneous conversation and part solo-cast from Jennifer.  They discuss one of the most important factors in the consumpti ..read more
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Fitness for Consumption ep. 17: It's About Time
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by Jennifer Schwartz
1y ago
Exercise, it’s About Time, time under tension (TUT) that is.  If you lift weights you’ve most likely heard this term at some point along your journey. Good chance it was mentioned in a conversation, media piece or Google search related to recommendations for increasing muscle mass.   “They,” the collective voice of conventional wisdom on exercise, often propose that increasing TUT is a necessary step for building hypertrophy.  But...what are they talking about, exactly?  The amount of time it takes to complete a single rep?  The amount of time it takes to complete a se ..read more
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Neuropeak Pro with Bethany Rocha
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by Jennifer Schwartz
1y ago
The idea that we are synched is fascinating and HRV research is telling this story…. In episode 7, join us for a unique conversation on heart rate variability. HRV has substantial health implications regarding the ability to adapt to stressors and has been shown to be altered in many cardiovascular and neurological disorders. We will take you deeper into the trend, share how you can get an inside look into your training with HRV, and give you something tangible to utilize for yourself.  Bethany Rocha, Peak Performance Coach at Neuropeak Pro, talks about the NTEL belt and what she has lear ..read more
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Lauren Eirk discusses Muscles, Yoga and On Demand Fitness
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by Jennifer Schwartz
1y ago
The maintenance of your muscle system is paramount. Sleep, energy, movement and quality of movement can be improved by working with muscle. Jennifer invited her friend Lauren Eirk to discuss what strength and muscle has to do with her philosophy, her program called Fitness Integrated Science and how she teaches yoga teachers to work with muscle and improve muscle to be more functional on a holistic viewpoint. Lauren also talks about the importance of being a part of accessible wellness care.    Topics discussed: Lauren’s yoga background and methodology The importance of maintaining ..read more
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Arash Ranjbaran on Concussions and Training Design for Fighters
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by Jennifer Schwartz
1y ago
What happens when an Athletic Trainer realizes concussion protocols and muscle system care is extremely outdated in fighting sports?  They innovate from their experience, knowledge base, ask questions to find a new path forward.   This episode might be short but it deserves to be on it’s own because Jenn and Arash Ranjibaran (AJ) of The Athletic Training Institute discuss the very important topic of concussions and fighter specific implications.   Topics: Mechanics and power for Hitting, pushing and throwing  Commentary on designing programs for fighters Concussiv ..read more
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