The top episodes of 2021 from the TFBF Network
Melanie Webb of WebbWell is no stranger to TFBF. Her interview in 2020 was another top download. This episode discusses what’s trendy and what’s possible in WellTech and FitTech.
Exercise and health experts often measure and validate our exercise based on biological factors like weight loss and calories. This conversation pulls in a new direction to measure how engaged we are with our fitness journey.
The most downloaded episode of the year #134 with our hostess Meredith Mack!
Jennifer brought her on TFBF before Peach Pit podcast launched to share a different view of generating tension in exercise, not forcing yourself into anything and she also reflected on the world of competition as a IFBB pro.
This episode was Jennifer's top episode of the year. It’s incredibly informative, detailed and fun to follow.
If you lift weights you’ve most likely heard TIME UNDER TENSION 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?
Well, It’s About Time someone turned a critical eye towards this topic to separate the supported from the supposed.
Is increased time under tension a magical elixir for all muscular development concerns, including making gains in strength and power?
Could it be that increasing TUT might actually inhibit the development of certain substrates!?
Are there some lesser known applications you can try in the gym tomorrow that might just yield better results?
This installment of the Fitness For Consumption podcast on Think Fit. Be Fit. is a MUST listen if you want to see how science translates to the gym.
On this episode of 2021’s Most Downloaded Episodes Series, Exercise and the exercise experience is being rebranded.
Jennifer and Keith Shimon discuss his toolbox, client-facing changes, challenges, excitement and how he changed his view on coaching and exercise as a veteran gym owner, muscle therapist and coach.
It’s not solely about the biological fat loss and physical mechanics anymore. This episode explores personal training from an emotional perspective, Pain Science and how exercise can open your heart to help us change.
Listen to this episode from January 2021 and learn more about the importance of having a Health Roadmap.
Quote of the year from one of our most popular episodes: “If your fitness phrase fits on a bumper sticker, please toss it.” @naablevy
At Think Fit. Be Fit. we are constantly on a quest to identify the best way to communicate effective exercise techniques and concepts. In this episode, Nikki and Jennifer discuss 3 commonly used cues in exercise instruction that simply do not do your movement justice.
This top download is an interesting interview with Dr. Fred DiMenna, professor of physiology, researcher, and former Mr. United States Natural Bodybuilding Federation champion.
GG & PJ were asking a big question around size and strength, WHAT REALLY MATTERS? In this conversation, they cover a variety of matters including intensity, Human Growth Hormone and the cellular dynamics of hypertrophy.
They are once again faced with a fitness controversy and this is a great episode if you like sifting through the science that may uncover secrets or more opinions.