24: Breaking the Vicious Cycle - Confession with Rochelle Sonberg
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Our guest... Rochelle Sonberg!
Rochelle is a mom to two littles, one boy and one girl, a wife, and a badass business owner. She and her husband, Ryan, own and operate Unique Performance Gym in Queen Creek, AZ, where they motivate, teach, and inspire others to live their best and healthiest life. Rochelle holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Family and Human Development, and she is a certified personal trainer, group fitness instructor, and holistic health specialist. Rochelle has worked in the fitness industry for 6 years and has a personal transformation story of her own. She lost over 100 pounds and is a recovering binge eater, anorexic, and bulimic. Rochelle specializes in coaching others on how to overcome disordered eating patterns. With the proper knowledge and tools, she teaches her clients that they too can have a healthy attitude toward food and a positive body image. That is where Rochelle’s true passions lies. In her free time, Rochelle enjoys working out, spending time with her family, and blogging over at East Valley Mom’s Blog.
My doctor told me I was pre-diabetic, and that didn't even work.
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Rochelle shares her story of going from being pre-diabetic due to weight gain in her early twenties, to battling multiple eating disorders just years later.
Her issue? Thin was never thin enough in her eyes. "If I'm thinner, I'll be happy"
She had to make the personal choice to BREAK the vicious cycle. AND SHE DID!
Rochelle now specializes in helping others find a healthy relationship with food and their bodies.
Advice From Rochelle
This is temporary, and it is OK to ask for help.