From Ballerina to Boxer to Total Badass: Meet Beachbody Trainer Sophia Rose

If you’re obsessed with her high-flying leaps and animal-style HIIT moves, you know that Sophia Rose doesn’t get confused when it comes to fitness.

With about one million followers On InstagramShe has inspired thousands of people with her Body weight exercise Even the most qualified athletes start sweating.

As a former professional dancer with boxing training, Sophia has found the perseverance and grace to make her workouts easier – but they are far from it.

Unlike what you see in a normal fitness routine, His BeachBody-Exclusive program, The bomb includes bodyweight blast, super-explosive and dynamic plyometric Goes with basic fitness and boxing elements that will ensure you are feeling burned.

But as a self-described goofball and completely softy, Sophia has more to offer than her high-octane drive.

We talked to her about the roots of her fitness and what she brings to BeachBody.

Beachbody: It was probably not easy to increase the following that you created online How was that journey?

Sophia: I started Instagram With no intention of constructing this following. When I was really getting into fitness and consistently posting my workouts, I started getting messages from people who found my page.

They said I was changing their lives with my workout, and it was a huge motivation for me to continue.

I was like, “Wow, I have this power and influence on a small number of people, but it’s a huge part of their world.”

So since then, I’ve been trying to be an inspirational factor for those who are trying to get fit. For me, that’s all.

Did you get interested in fitness?

Sophia Rose Ballet

I was about 4 years old and my parents introduced me to all kinds of courses starting from gymnastics, ice skating, swimming and ballet.

In the end, I chose to stick to ballet because I had a passion for it at a young age and I was really talented.

When I was 15, I turned to the San Francisco Ballet and danced with them for about four years.

I always told myself I never wanted to be like those super-skinny ballet girls who were hungry themselves, but since I was already at that pro level, I had to be.

They told me that my body type was very muscular, so I almost stopped eating. I was eating 100 calories every day for that time.

But I finally gave up because I was really unhealthy.

My experience with ballet helped me get into boxing, and I realized that I don’t have to be skinny to feel strong and sexy!

Going from ballet to boxing sounds like a big jump. What was that transformation like?

Sophia Rose Boxing

It was a super-clean cut from the ballet. When I quit, I was completely out and went boxing. I’ve always been interested in boxing – I watched it a lot on TV and thought it was really great and bad.

But it was such a male-dominated game. So I took it and started training, and it was actually a normal change for me.

I was really good at it, mainly because it had lots of rhythm and footwork, and that’s where my ballet tied; That body awareness came easily to me.

I started training four to five times a week and just liked it It really made me realize that women are just as bad and just as strong as men and that we are fully capable of doing anything.

What is the inspiration behind your program?

Many of my steps are made towards both men and women. It’s pretty much for anyone.

My program must have originated from my background, including my lot of boxing training and my ballet moves, my jumps and super-plyometric, explosive moves.

I don’t want people to get out of the feeling of exercise, “Man, I’m just sweating. I didn’t really feel it,” or “I don’t know what I was doing.”

I want people to know what they are doing and how they are feeling and the results. It’s also really about me when I’m training for myself.

You have to challenge yourself to feel that change.

What classes are included in your program?

Sophia Rose Squat

This is a total of 10 workouts. Five of the workouts are going to be full-body, badass, cardio-style workouts.

We have a loot-centric workout, an abs workout and a workout made specifically for boxing.

And we have one more workout that focuses specifically on early fitness and animal-flow driving.

My 10th workout is my Dynamic Dozen, which moves my 12 signatures that I know from my Instagram.

What can people expect from your workouts?

In these 30 days, people can expect to challenge and take their fitness to a whole new level, not to mention feeling a little “bad”.

They are going to include boxing and early steps Effective trainingSo this is not your average fitness program.

It’s going to challenge you mentally and physically, but we’re in it together so it’s going to be great.

According to the results, you can certainly expect to burn a lot of fat and calories and to break down those muscles.

Exercises are ultra-explosive and intense, so your heart is going to be bumping almost the whole time.

But since you started you will feel great and more in shape.

Do you have any tips or incentives for those who are going to do your workout?

Sophia Rose Jumping

All my workouts are going to be super fun. Although they are tough, I’m just there with you. You’re going to see me sweat and struggle, so it’s teamwork during the grind.

These workouts will push your limits, but that’s where your mental strength comes from You have the power to be irresistible in everything you do

You’re a knockout, you’re a champ, you’re irresistible, and you can conquer your mind and body in anything.

What can people not expect from you?

I’m a huge dork and super stupid and stupid. Most people think I really have this intense personality, but I absolutely love a soft and smile!

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