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Break Your Limits

  • Opti-Life 9758 East 21st Street North Wichita, KS, 67226 United States (map)

Learn to use Mindful Self-Compassion to enhance mental toughness and exercise performance. The 3 components of Mindful Self-Compassion; Mindfulness, Self-Kindness, and Sense of Common Humanity, will each be discussed. The workshop will explain how these 3 components can aid us when we experience painful and distressing feelings and break us from a negative and unhealthy cycle, thereby improving our exercise outcomes. 

This class is Free and open to the public!

Presented by Fitness Coach, Caleb Campbell

Caleb recently graduated from California State University, Long Beach with a Masters in Kinesiology, and a focus in Sport and Exercise Psychology. During that time, he completed an independent study that gave him practical experience as an Exercise Mental Performance Coach for the senior members and coaches at the LifFit center on campus. He also published and presented a thesis study at the 2018 *NASPSPA conference that supports the notion that increased confidence in a proxy-agent (Personal or Group Trainer), and increased confidence in the ability to self-regulate (behaviors, thoughts, emotions), are both positively associated with long-term exercise adherence. The study also was the first to identify specific mental techniques that people of various ages and stage of change would be most interested in learning and would be of most value to them. Caleb has also been physically training individuals and groups for more than a year now, developing creative and effective workout routines. Simply put, Caleb knows what it takes to get you to your goals, not just physically, but mentally as well!

Caleb’s passion and teaching style revolve around taking you to the next level and increasing your confidence, by developing safe and effective workout routines with specific performance feedback. Caleb believes optimal life-satisfaction comes from proper life balance and working hard towards your personal values. “As a new father, I comprehend now more than ever how important it is to value health.” Whether the goal is to help you improve your balance and mobility, or to improve your strength and endurance, your goals are important! Being physically active on a regular basis should be an enjoyable part of your lifestyle and who you are! Caleb also loves sharing good music, art, good local food and crafts, and a beautiful scenery with his loved ones and friends!

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