Think Fit. Be Fit.

Jennifer Schwartz

A Podcast Network Dedicated to Effective Thinking for Potent Exercise. Our current offering consists of four 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. Our network helps to uncover how the fitness industry has misled us and that you shouldn't rely on diluted or shallow information for potent exercise. Think Fit. Be Fit. is released on Mondays and Fitness for Consumption is released on Wednesdays. Peach Pit Fitness is released on the first Monday of every month. Impact Your Fitness is our Friday show. 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! read less
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Episodes

Microcurrent & Scalar Energy: Next-Level Tools for Holistic Healing with Senergy’s Karla Bass
Feb 12 2024
Microcurrent & Scalar Energy: Next-Level Tools for Holistic Healing with Senergy’s Karla Bass
This week on the Think Fit Be Fit podcast, Jennifer Schwartz and Angela DalMolin talk to Karla Bass, a seasoned medical intuitive with 21 years under her belt, currently holding the position of one of Senergy's vice president. Jen, Angela, and Karla delve into the intriguing intersection of technology, the body's natural healing abilities, and the potential impacts of energy healing on cellular function and overall well-being. They explore the transformative effects of the biomodulator and biotransducer and how these devices harness microcurrent and scalar energy to promote healing. Karla discusses the body's energetic landscape, starting with the importance of autonomic nervous system resetting and the power of grounding.  Topics discussed:Understanding the body as an energetic system and recognizing the significant role that emotions and stress levels can have on one's fitness and healing journey.The usage of the biomodulator and biotransducer in Synergy's method facilitates deep therapeutic intervention by harnessing microcurrent and scalar energies to impact the body positively.Resetting the autonomic nervous system is crucial for transitioning from a fight or flight response to a restorative state that is conducive for healing.The critical role of voltage in the body's health and how Synergy's equipment is engineered to support and improve cellular health.Exploring five key areas where bodily voltage can be compromised, including dental issues, emotional states, endocrine health, toxins in the environment, and energetic disruptions such as scars and tattoos.SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Jennifer Schwartz:Studio websitePersonal WebsiteInstagramTwitterConnect with Angela DalMolin:https://www.instagram.com/rethinking_fitness/Karla Bass:SenergyBioTerminal and Pendulum videoSupport the Show:Hydrogen is used by...
Naturopathic and Fitness Leader Dr Anthony Balduzzi on Integrating Cellular Health and Fitness for Life
Feb 5 2024
Naturopathic and Fitness Leader Dr Anthony Balduzzi on Integrating Cellular Health and Fitness for Life
This week on the Think Fit Be Fit podcast, Jennifer Schwartz and Angela DalMolin talk to Dr. Anthony Balduzzi, a naturopathic physician, about the connection between the body's electrical nature and overall health. He shares his journey of healing and how it led him to become a naturopathic physician and fitness leader. Dr. Balduzzi discusses the need to integrate health into all aspects of life and find motivation in our core values. He also explores the relationship between emotional trauma and autoimmune conditions, highlighting the need for holistic healing approaches. Dr. Balduzzi also discusses the role of technology in health and recommends incorporating grounding and mineral supplementation into daily routines.  Topics discussed:Integrating health into all aspects of life is essential for overall well-being.Emotional trauma can contribute to autoimmune conditions and should be addressed in the healing process.Understanding one's core values can provide motivation for making positive changes in health.Communicating the connection between emotional states and cellular function can help rational-minded individuals understand the importance of holistic healing.Grounding and mineral supplementation can support the body's electrical nature and promote optimal health.SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Jennifer Schwartz:Studio websitePersonal WebsiteInstagramTwitterConnect with Angela DalMolin:https://www.instagram.com/rethinking_fitness/Anthony BalduzziFit Mother ProjectFit Father ProjectSupport the Show:Hydrogen is used by health professionals as a powerful antioxidant and the #1 tool to fight inflammation. Studies show therapeutic potential in cancer, diabetes, digestive and heart issues, and essentially every organ and system in the body. Because hydrogen is the smallest molecule in existence, it can pass through the cell...
Sleep Fitness & SOMO Sleep
Nov 6 2023
Sleep Fitness & SOMO Sleep
Sleep Fitness and SOMO SleepThis week on the Think Fit Be Fit podcast, Jennifer Schwartz and Angela DalMolin talk to Paul Juris, Co-founder of SOMO Sleep. They discuss the importance of sleep in overall health and fitness, as well as the role of technology in improving sleep quality. Paul shares insights from his research on sleep deprivation and its impact on obesity and athletic performance. He also explains the concept of "sleep fitness" and how it relates to overall wellness. The conversation highlights the need for technology to provide actionable data and avoid overwhelming users with unnecessary information. Paul emphasizes the importance of focusing on better, not more, when it comes to health and fitness.Topics discussed:Sleep deprivation is linked to increased caffeine and sugar consumption, which can contribute to obesity.Deep sleep is crucial for cognitive function, physical recovery, and overall health.Technology should provide actionable data that helps users make meaningful changes in their sleep habits and overall wellness.The focus should be on better, not more, when it comes to health and fitness.SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Jennifer Schwartz:Studio websitePersonal WebsiteInstagramTwitterConnect with Angela DalMolin:https://www.instagram.com/rethinking_fitness/Check out SOMO Sleephttps://www.somosleepfitness.com/https://www.instagram.com/somosleepfitness/Support the Show:Hydrogen is used by health professionals as a powerful antioxidant and the #1 tool to fight inflammation. Studies show therapeutic potential in cancer, diabetes, digestive and heart issues, and essentially every organ and system in the body. Because hydrogen is the smallest molecule in existence, it can pass through the cell membrane and even the blood brain barrier to clear out inflammation and free radical damage where other...
Circadian Rhythm and Quantum Biology with Robert Jacobs
Oct 30 2023
Circadian Rhythm and Quantum Biology with Robert Jacobs
This week on the Think Fit Be Fit podcast Jenn Schwartz and Angela Damolin speak with Robert Jacobs, a world-renowned strength coach and the founder of Outlaw Strength. Rob discusses the importance of circadian rhythm and its impact on overall health and fitness. He explains how non-native electromagnetic radiation can disrupt circadian rhythms and mitochondrial function. Rob also debunks the myth of training according to the menstrual cycle and emphasizes the importance of listening to your body and adjusting your training accordingly. Additionally, he provides insights into the potential risks and benefits of taking supplements like NSAIDs and vitamin D.Topics discussed:Importance of circadian biology and its impact on performanceHow swelling of mitochondria leads to fluid displacement and changes in signalingNon-native EMF Hormone cycles and training Difference between feeling better and being better Making appropriate associations between symptoms and causesThe role of the 25D molecule in the bodySUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Jennifer Schwartz:Studio websitePersonal WebsiteInstagramYouTubeConnect with Angela:https://www.instagram.com/rethinking_fitness/Connect with Rob Jacobs:website: www.outlawstrength.commembership site: outlawstrength.thinkific.comIG: @robertcjacobsSupport the Show:Hydrogen is used by health professionals as a powerful antioxidant and the #1 tool to fight inflammation. Studies show therapeutic potential in cancer, diabetes, digestive and heart issues, and essentially every organ and system in the body. Because hydrogen is the smallest molecule in existence, it can pass through the cell membrane and even the blood brain barrier to clear out inflammation and free radical damage where other antioxidants just can’t get to.
Unlocking Hormonal Imbalance with Emily Bruckner
Oct 23 2023
Unlocking Hormonal Imbalance with Emily Bruckner
This week on the Think Fit Be Fit podcast Jenn Schwartz and Angela DalMolin talk with Emily Bruckner, a certified health coach and host of the Hot Healed Girl Podcast. Emily explains how hormones can be affected by various factors, including stress, nutrition, and emotional well-being. She emphasizes the need for a holistic approach to hormone balance and introduces the concept of mind-body-spirit release (MBSR), a technique that combines muscle testing and energy clearing to release trapped emotions and promote healing. Jenn, Angela, and Emily discuss the menstrual cycle and the importance of cycle syncing, where women align their lifestyle choices with their hormonal phases to optimize their health and well-being. Topics discussed:The complexity of the body and the importance of hormonesWhat is MBSR?Liver support for hormone processing and eliminationThe reductionist mindset and its impact on hormone balanceWhat is the luteal phase?Castor oil packs and Tudka as affordable liver support optionsWhere to find Emily Joy WellnessSUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Jennifer Schwartz:Studio websitePersonal WebsiteInstagramYouTubeConnect and work with EmilySchedule MBSRMBSR Package10% off link to the Tempdrop armband https://tempdrop.refr.cc/emilyjoywellnessWork With Me (emilyjoywellness.com)Emily | Balanced Hormones (@emilyjoywellness) • Instagram photos and videosConnect with Angela:InstagramSupport the Show: Hydrogen is used by health professionals as a powerful antioxidant and the #1 tool to fight...
Beyond the Scan: Developing Trust in Your Body and Reducing Reliance on MRIs
Oct 16 2023
Beyond the Scan: Developing Trust in Your Body and Reducing Reliance on MRIs
Discover the shocking truth behind the unreliable and overused world of MRI technology as Jennifer Schwartz and Angela DalMolin challenge conventional wisdom, delve into the pitfalls of scans, and empower listeners to trust their bodies and make informed decisions about their health.  They also share trivia and interesting facts about MRIs, including how they work and their magnetic strength. The hosts emphasize the need for informed consent and caution against overuse and misinterpretation of MRI results. They provide insights from studies that question the accuracy and effectiveness of MRIs in diagnosing and treating certain conditions, such as hip pain and degenerative disc disease.Topics discussed:The importance of trust in the body and healing methodsHow MRI’s workConsider the importance of establishing trust and confidence in your own body.Connections between pain perception and the brainPitfalls and limitations of MRI interpretationsWhy Lumbar Fusion Surgery for chronic low back pain is not the best for functional outcomesSUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Jennifer Schwartz:Studio websitePersonal WebsiteInstagramTwitterConnect with Angela DalMolin:https://www.instagram.com/rethinking_fitness/Support the Show:Hydrogen is used by health professionals as a powerful antioxidant and the #1 tool to fight inflammation. Studies show therapeutic potential in cancer, diabetes, digestive and heart issues, and essentially every organ and system in the body. Because hydrogen is the smallest molecule in existence, it can pass through the cell membrane and even the blood brain barrier to clear out inflammation and free radical damage where other antioxidants just can’t get to. Visit HolyHydrogen.com to dive deeper into the research and order the best hydrogen generator on the planet - the Lourdes Hydrofix Premium Edition.  Use code THINKFIT100 for $100 off your order.Your best training is only a breath away! Our affiliate NeuroPeak Pro...
Tech for Total Wellness: Maximizing Your Health Potential with Cutting-Edge Technologies featuring Greg the Hydrogen Man
Oct 9 2023
Tech for Total Wellness: Maximizing Your Health Potential with Cutting-Edge Technologies featuring Greg the Hydrogen Man
This week on the Think Fit Be Fit podcast Jenn Schwartz and Angela DalMolin speak with Greg the Hydrogen Man. Greg discusses the benefits of molecular hydrogen in improving health and wellness. He emphasizes the importance of choosing high-quality hydrogen products and shares stories of individuals who have experienced positive results from using molecular hydrogen. Greg also explains that molecular hydrogen acts as a selective antioxidant, neutralizing oxidative stress and improving blood circulation. He also highlights the potential of hydrogen in agriculture and its ability to enhance nutrient absorption. Topics discussed:The Importance of choosing technology for health carefullyPurity in hydrogen technologySpiritual connotation and properties of molecular hydrogenHydrogen's positive impact on the liver and metabolismHow hydrogen therapy can be a cost-effective long-term investment in healthJapanese researchers have discovered a non-invasive way to diagnose cancerMolecular hydrogen reducing hunger and improving eating habitsSUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Jennifer Schwartz:Studio websitePersonal WebsiteInstagramTwitterCheck out Greg the Hydrogen Man on YouTubSearch HolyHydrogen.com research library to see if hydrogen has a track record for helping a health concern you’re dealing with. Make sure to use the code THINKFIT100 for $100 off your order.Support the Show: Hydrogen is used by health professionals as a powerful antioxidant and the #1 tool to fight inflammation. Studies show therapeutic potential in cancer, diabetes, digestive and heart issues, and essentially every organ and system in the body. Because hydrogen is the smallest molecule in existence, it can pass through the cell membrane and even the blood brain barrier to clear out inflammation and free radical damage where other antioxidants just can’t get to.  Visit HolyHydrogen.com to dive deeper into the research and order the
Season 6 Premiere: Navigating Technology for Optimal Performance & Health
Oct 2 2023
Season 6 Premiere: Navigating Technology for Optimal Performance & Health
We’re back for Season 6 of the Think Fit Be Fit podcast! This week, Jennifer Schwartz and Angela Damolin discuss the importance of being critical when engaging with health, wellness, and fitness technology. They emphasize the need to question the reliance on imaging technology, such as MRIs, to diagnose pain and injury and stress the importance of engaging with technology with intention and curiosity. They discuss the significance of the mind-body connection and the role of faith and hope in healing. Jenn and Angela also share some of the exciting topics they will be highlighting this season. Topics discussed:The importance of critical thinking when engaging with technologyLack of correlation between pain and tissue injuryThe $1.5 trillion wellness market and investing wiselyThe role of technology in farming and food productionShifting focus from logic-based decision making to holistic healing approachesWhat to expect this season: circadian rhythms, red light therapy and much moreSUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Jennifer Schwartz:Studio websitePersonal WebsiteInstagramTwitterSupport the Show: Hydrogen is used by health professionals as a powerful antioxidant and the #1 tool to fight inflammation. Studies show therapeutic potential in cancer, diabetes, digestive and heart issues, and essentially every organ and system in the body. Because hydrogen is the smallest molecule in existence, it can pass through the cell membrane and even the blood brain barrier to clear out inflammation and free radical damage where other antioxidants just can’t get to.  Visit HolyHydrogen.com to dive deeper into the research and order the best hydrogen generator on the planet - the Lourdes Hydrofix Premium Edition.   Use code THINKFIT100 for $100 off your order! Your best training is only a breath away! Our affiliate NeuroPeak Pro just released their one-of-a-kind training device for breath training, stress reduction, and peak performance. Learn more and purchase the NTEL Belt
The Intersection of Technology and Health: Exploring the Intelligence and Science of Fitness on the Think Fit Be Fit Podcast
Sep 29 2023
The Intersection of Technology and Health: Exploring the Intelligence and Science of Fitness on the Think Fit Be Fit Podcast
In season 6 of the Think Fit Be Fit Podcast, hosts Jen and Angela explore the intersection of technology and health. With their expertise in exercise, pain-free movement, athletic training, and technology, they aim to empower listeners to enhance their health through body intelligence. This season features phenomenal guests and conversations that delve into the least spoken about aspects of fitness: intelligence and science. Join them on their website, podcast players, YouTube, and social media platforms to invest in your exercise, healing, and wellness.SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Jennifer Schwartz:Studio websitePersonal WebsiteInstagramTwitterSupport the Show: Hydrogen is used by health professionals as a powerful antioxidant and the #1 tool to fight inflammation. Studies show therapeutic potential in cancer, diabetes, digestive and heart issues, and essentially every organ and system in the body. Because hydrogen is the smallest molecule in existence, it can pass through the cell membrane and even the blood brain barrier to clear out inflammation and free radical damage where other antioxidants just can’t get to.  Visit HolyHydrogen.com to dive deeper into the research and order the best hydrogen generator on the planet - the Lourdes Hydrofix Premium Edition.   Use code THINKFIT100 for $100 off your order! Your best training is only a breath away! Our affiliate NeuroPeak Pro just released their one-of-a-kind training device for breath training, stress reduction, and peak performance. Learn more and purchase the NTEL Belt here!WRITE A REVIEW and WIN: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. Screenshot and send it to hello@thinkfitbefitpodcast.com.
Chris Rodousakis’ Fresh Fitness Perspective: Treating Body Tissue as an Emotional Fabric and Making Conversations about Bodily Functions More Approachable
Jan 23 2023
Chris Rodousakis’ Fresh Fitness Perspective: Treating Body Tissue as an Emotional Fabric and Making Conversations about Bodily Functions More Approachable
In this episode of Think Fit Be Fit, Jenn continues the discussion on what influences exercise culture and how we are investing our time and money in exercise as consumers. Jenn talks with Chris Rodousakis, Exercise Physiologist and Founder of ALIGN, a lab, education center, and training facility creating a space to optimize human movement and performance through fascial repatterning and education. Jenn and Chris discuss how we can encourage people to be happy where they are, and improve greater capacity from a movement standpoint by focusing on the body’s tissue quality and treating tissue as an emotional fabric. Resources:Esoteric Acupuncture with Dr. Enensaauas Rastrygina MindBody Survey reportTopics discussed:How do we define body positivity?Superficial fascia and fat tissueTissue quality and seeing tissue as an emotional fabricMaking conversations about the body and emotional connectivity more commonBio-hacking and weight loss longevity and trends for 2023SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Chris:Aligning FasciaInstagramConnect with Jennifer Schwartz:Studio websitePersonal WebsiteInstagramTwitterYour best training is only a breath away! Our affiliate NeuroPeak Pro just released their one-of-a-kind training device for breath training, stress reduction, and peak performance. Learn more and purchase the NTEL Belt here!WRITE A REVIEW and WIN: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. Screenshot and send it to
Marci Scott’s Fresh Fitness Perspective: Eating Well, Lifting Heavier, and Getting Honest About Today’s Body Positivity Trends
Jan 9 2023
Marci Scott’s Fresh Fitness Perspective: Eating Well, Lifting Heavier, and Getting Honest About Today’s Body Positivity Trends
In this episode of Think Fit Be Fit, Jenn speaks with Marci Scott, CEO & Founder at Phoenix Tribe Fitness. Marci shares her personal fitness journey toward becoming a health and wellness coach and talks about the shifting trends in body positivity today. She discusses the importance of focusing on full-body muscle development versus choosing specific trending body parts to focus on and shares how she practices self-care in her life daily.Topics discussed:Marci’s wellness journey Body positivity, workout trends, and the exercise industry Why women have a fear of bulking when weightlifting Eating well to live longerWhat self-care is to MarciSUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Marci Scott:InstagramPhoenix Tribe FitnessConnect with Jennifer Schwartz:WebsiteInstagramTwitterLink to Michelle Obama article: https://www.vanityfair.com/style/2022/11/michelle-obama-arms-changing-body-menopause-book-the-light-we-carry Your best training is only a breath away! Our affiliate NeuroPeak Pro just released their one-of-a-kind training device for breath training, stress reduction, and peak performance. Learn more and purchase the NTEL Belt here!WRITE A REVIEW and WIN: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. Screenshot and send it to hello@thinkfitbefitpodcast.com.
Kehinde Anjorin’s Fresh Fitness Perspective: The Power Method and Body Positivity
Jan 2 2023
Kehinde Anjorin’s Fresh Fitness Perspective: The Power Method and Body Positivity
In this episode of Think Fit Be Fit, guest host Gregory Gordon speaks with Kehinde Anjorin, a certified functional strength coach, personal trainer and founder of PowerInMovement and an online streaming fitness service called The Power Method. Kehinde shares her passion for fitness and helping people harness the power within to create their best selves. She also discusses how she creates healthy, attainable goals with clients, why interpersonal skills are invaluable as a trainer and why keeping physical activity fun is important.Topics discussed:Creating realistic goals vs. only pursuing fat loss in training Fitness, aging and pain management Body positivity and the obesity epidemicLifestyle and cultural view on agingTapping into the clients mindset and finding what makes them tickHow integrating habits that work for you can become a lifestyleSUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Kehinde Anjorin:Power In MovementInstagramGregory Gordon of Exercise Intelligence and Fitness For ConsumptionPodcast: Fitness For ConsumptionInstagramExercise Intelligence in New York, NYYour best training is only a breath away! Our affiliate NeuroPeak Pro just released their one-of-a-kind training device for breath training, stress reduction, and peak performance. Learn more and purchase the NTEL Belt here!WRITE A REVIEW and WIN: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. Screenshot and send it to hello@thinkfitbefitpodcast.com.
Beth Baker's Fresh Fitness Perspective: Outrun the Zombies and Dismantle the Gender/Color Barriers of Running
Dec 28 2022
Beth Baker's Fresh Fitness Perspective: Outrun the Zombies and Dismantle the Gender/Color Barriers of Running
In this episode of Think Fit Be Fit, Jenn begins a special series on finding fresh fitness perspectives on what is actually going on in the fitness industry. She speaks with Beth Baker, Certified Running Coach, Personal Trainer and Chief Running Officer of Running Evolution. Having personally coached almost 2,500 non-runners to run distances from 5Ks to marathons, Beth talks about aging and running, how giving yourself space to learn as you train allows you to extend grace toward yourself, and why movement can be the ultimate goal in your wellness journey.  Topics discussed:Beth’s background of training, group running and passion for community Why the media and the patriarchy create a mindset that only young people are runnersStories of runners in their 50’s and 60’s running 5ks, half marathons and marathonsBody positivity and reshaping wellness objectives Non-typical body types in runningSUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Beth Baker:WebsiteInstagramConnect with Jennifer Schwartz:WebsiteInstagramTwitterYour best training is only a breath away! Our affiliate NeuroPeak Pro just released their one-of-a-kind training device for breath training, stress reduction, and peak performance. Learn more and purchase the NTEL Belt here!WRITE A REVIEW and WIN: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. Screenshot and send it to hello@thinkfitbefitpodcast.com.
Season Recap: Self-Care on Think Fit Be Fit
Dec 5 2022
Season Recap: Self-Care on Think Fit Be Fit
In this episode of Think Fit Be Fit, we revisit episodes from Season 5 that focused on embracing the big picture of changing our self-care mentality. Jenn has conversations with industry professionals about the physical education system, the connection between mental health and digestive health, acupuncture, quality sleep and how to get it, microdosing, and holistic dentistry. You will hear highlights from discussions that explore what holistic recovery looks like, how to navigate transitions in life better, and the restorative properties of sleep. Topics discussed:Physical Ed and resources for young athletes that provide long-term pathways for healthy habitsThe connection between mental health and digestive healthFinding love and nourishment outside of foodMicrodosing: Mushrooms and the default mode networkThe connections between neuromuscular performance, the mouth, and thyroid function Lifestyle Medicine as part of a coaching program to help you navigate difficult life transitionsChinese Medicine and how food is the foundation of nutrition and wellnessThe restorative properties of sleepSUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Jennifer Schwartz:WebsiteInstagramTwitterGregory Gordon of Exercise Intelligence and Fitness For ConsumptionPodcast: Fitness For ConsumptionInstagramExercise Intelligence in New York, NYYour best training is only a breath away! Our affiliate NeuroPeak Pro just released their one-of-a-kind training device for breath training, stress reduction, and peak performance. Learn more and purchase the NTEL Belt here!WRITE A REVIEW and WIN: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. Screenshot and send it to
Sorting Through the Noise of Sleep Products and Soundbites with Dr. Linda Walker and Nick Bolhuis of NeuroPeak Pro
Nov 21 2022
Sorting Through the Noise of Sleep Products and Soundbites with Dr. Linda Walker and Nick Bolhuis of NeuroPeak Pro
In this episode of Think Fit Be Fit, Jenn continues the discussion on self-care with Dr. Linda Walker Phd and Nick Bolhuis from the NeuroPeak team. They talk about the importance of sleep and its foundational role in our health and wellness. They discuss the ‘sleep hygiene hype’ that is common today and unpack how we can get better sleep and experience the physiological benefits of it. They also share why sleep cycles are crucial to our emotional and physical health and unpack the restorative properties in each stage of a REM cycle. NeuroPeak ProTopics discussed:Current conversations around sleep Balancing bad sleep and lifestyleLate night games and getting good sleepSleep stages and emotional healthPrecision breathingREM sleep and mortality rateHow sleep promotes tissue growth and repair for bodybuildingHRV science and sleep data SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.You can find us on a variety of podcast apps:SpotifyPandoraiHeartRadioAmazon MusicTuneInGoogle podcastsConnect with Jennifer Schwartz:WebsiteInstagramTwitterNeuropeak Pro websiteInstagramNick BolhuisDr. Linda Walker PhdYour best training is only a breath away! Our affiliate NeuroPeak Pro just released their one-of-a-kind training device for breath training, stress reduction, and peak performance. Learn more and purchase the NTEL Belt here!WRITE A REVIEW and WIN: Leave us a rating and a written review on
Jen Uschold on Staying Healthy Through Difficult Life Transitions
Sep 26 2022
Jen Uschold on Staying Healthy Through Difficult Life Transitions
In this episode of Think Fit Be Fit, Jenn talks with Jen Uschold, a Nationally Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach and Physical Therapist. Jen shares her own experience with divorce and how she was able to shift her mindset amid an incredibly challenging season of life. She talks about the creation of RISE, a program that utilizes Lifestyle Medicine as part of a coaching program to help you navigate difficult life transitions.   Jenn and Jen also discuss the importance of integrating wellness coaching into self-care so that people can find their place of power and groundedness.    Topics discussed: Jen’s backgroundPain science and life transitionsThe power of repetitionSelf-care in the fitness industryFinding the tools that work for youSitting in pain and finding your way out of itGratitude jars SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode.   You can find us on a variety of podcast apps: Spotify Pandora iHeartRadio Amazon Music TuneIn Google podcasts   Connect with Jen Uschold: LinkedIn Website   Connect with Jennifer Schwartz: Website Instagram Twitter   Your best training is only a breath away! Our affiliate NeuroPeak Pro just released their one-of-a-kind training device for breath training, stress reduction, and peak performance. Learn more and purchase the NTEL Belt here! WRITE A REVIEW and WIN: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. Screenshot and send it to hello@thinkfitbefitpodcast.com