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Rowena Dziubla, or “Coach Ro” to those who know her, is not your everyday personal trainer. Not only is she the owner and head coach of Get Fit EGV, she also owns and operates WODeration, a small business coaching company focused on finding solutions for the architectural, engineering, and construction industries. She brings more than two decades of experience to both positions with experience in Project Management, Office Management, and Personal Training, and CrossFit.

She also holds an L2 CrossFit Certification as well as extensive experience with Ashtanga Yoga, Boxing and more.

Her work in Personal Training and CrossFit may seem like a departure from her work in construction, but as anyone who has met her will tell you, Coach Ro focuses her training on the whole person. After surviving a battle with fibrosarcoma which claimed her left kidney, spleen, and a part of her pancreas, Coach Ro realized the massive impact communities like CrossFit have on the health of individuals including reinforcing their innate desire to be heard and respected.

She is a firm believer in community, diversity, and authenticity. She works to strengthen not just the bodies of those at her gym, but their self-esteem and confidence in all aspects of their lives. Coach Ro works every day to advocate for her gym members, training team, and women in the AEC industry.  Although Coach Ro, works with clients all over the world with the variety of services she provides, locally, she looks forward to continuing to touch the lives of many more people in the Elk Grove Village community and surrounding areas. 

We are #ElkGroveStrong!


the ah-HA Moment

Many times it takes a significant event or life circumstance to reconsider the path we are currently on for better health.  I'd like to say that cancer was the ah-HA moment for me, but it really wasn't.  Being just 17 - I was too young to understand what cancer could have meant for the rest of my life.

What I can say though is that my ah-HA moment was more of a "this ain't right moment" which is what caused me to continue to work on finding something that would work for me for better health.  That moment also allowed me to take note of all the things that I had grown complacent about over the years, but also all of the things I simply did not know.  Had I known what I know today about nutrition and fitness, oh how different those past years could have been!  

A dear friend of mine has an e-mail signature that says - Don't look back, you're not going that way and it couldn't be more true.  

Doesn't matter where you've been or what you did last time to get healthy.  You're obviously not there now or feel like something needs to change.

What matters is now, this very moment, and what you're going to do about it.   The choice is always ours!

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