Pascale Rothmann would like to see more oversight in the fitness industry and help make the certification process more strenuous for personal trainers and other fitness professionals.
BY RICK WEINBERG
ON THE WALL INSIDE PASCALE ROTHMANN'S SPACIOUS OFFICE AT HER POSH FITNESS COMPANY, UEvolution, in downtown Los
WHEN PASCALE ROTHMAN, THE OWNER OF UEVOLUTION IN LOS ANGELES, watched Jyima Ofori-Atta in action the first time, she knew she had stumbled across someone special. Someone who could elevate her business to an even higher level. A game changer.
So she didn’t just hire Ofori-Atta — she offered him co-ownership of UEvolution in order to incorporate his special training method and philosophy into her overall fitness program.
“I was blown away by Jyima’s training method, philosophy, energy and personality when I first met him,” Rothman says. “I knew right then and there that he was the person we were looking for. We were lacking in that area. Now, with Jyima on the team, it’s one of our major strengths as a company.”