PROFESSIONAL PERSONAL FITNESS TRAINER
For over Two decades the El Salvador native and mother of two has been sharing her Fountain Of Youth secrets to children and adults without charging an arm and a leg in the process. “I’m not about the money,” explains Sementelli. “I’m about getting my clients healthy and making them the best they can be. You may not get there over night, but if you stick to the program, I guarantee results you’ll be extremely delighted with.” Rosa practices what she preaches.
Rosa Sementelli is especially concerned with the rising numbers of child obesity. She has worked closely with children over the years including her two daughters, Allie, 15, a Youth Soccer all-star, and Marti, 20, a pitcher for the U.S.A. Women’s baseball team and the all boy baseball team at her COLLEGE . “Regular workouts and making it fun for the kids parlay into big-time results.
Rosa’s inspiration is her dad, Miguel, a former professional body builder who still lifts weights. “He’s recently put a gym in his bedroom; he drives my mother crazy,” Rosa jokes. “I’m a lot like him in that respect, I’ll never stop working out.”
Rosa’s workouts are not limited to the gym. Her “Boot Camp” where she incorporates military exercises in a vigorous outdoor early morning workout has been featured on the KTLA5 Morning TV program, Flex, Oxygen magazine, The Donnie and Marie Show, and the subject of countless magazines and newspaper articles.
“ I was thirty pounds over weight with a low self esteem when I was in high school. I had escaped the war in El Salvador with my family and was still trying to adapt to a new culture. That’s when I stated working out and that’s what changed everything for me. I’ve always had the motto, if I can do it so can you.”
Rosa is always creating new ways to make it fun for her clients. “I’m always changing the routine. Some days we’ll hike the local trails, other days we’ll be kickboxing. We always seem to be laughing and having a good time.”
UNFORTUNATE BOOT CAMPS HAVE BEEN PUT ON HOLD UNTIL FURTHER NOTICED. 3/2014