One of the most challenging parts of making fitness a priority in our full lives is that our “why” for doing it is often tiny. We might move to drop a few pounds or look a certain way for an event. That’s all fine and well, but it absolutely will not help us stay disciplined and committed to our practices. It just won’t. However, when we see a big “why” in front of us, a whole new way of experiencing fitness becomes possible. When we move with purpose, meaning move our body to show up and serve in this world a certain way, our relationship to our body and how we train it completely shifts.
Just ask Kimberly Biback. This badass mama trains like she means it. She doesn’t just run around the block a few times. Instead, she prepares for events like SealFit crucibles and ultramarathons to support and serve others. She moves with purpose, on a mission.
In her most recent crucible event, she found Michael. A little boy with SPG50, a rare neurodegenerative disease. Fueled by her mission to support Michael, she ran despite an injury. As she put it, “I’m doing this because I can so that someone else might have a chance to walk.”
She is a remarkable woman, and she joins us in today’s episode to discuss how physical training and discipline shape our mindset, resilience, and capacity to serve boldly.
Meet Kimberly Biback
Kimberly believes that you manifest physically what you yield internally. Her belief system has been shaped by 20 years of career success, personal development, and indomitability through all of life’s greatest challenges and adversities. She left home at 15, has survived near-death experiences, saved lives, developed national projects, received notable awards, and written books.
She continues to support finding a cure for Michael. You can learn more and donate at www.curespg50.org. She moves with purpose to find a cure for this precious little boy.
Find more from Kimberly on Instagram @kimberly.biback.