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Background: Rosetta became interested in physical fitness by dancing. She was inspired by the 1983 movie "Staying Alive", with John Travolta. She always enjoyed fitness and recreational activities such as weight training, dancing, hiking, and motorcycle racing.

Although she has a number of hobbies and interests besides physical fitness, including fashion, music, old black and white movies and photography. Rosetta tries not to have too much free time. She prefers to stay busy. Rosetta was born in the United States, but she grew up in Vincenza, Italy. She received an associates degree in import and export management. She moved back to the United States when she was 19 years old. Rosetta currently works as a personal trainer and aerobics instructor; teaching spin, sculpt, abdominal, and stretch. She is the first trainer to get certified by Lam Fitness, located in St. James, N.Y.

Her previous professional background includes owning a modeling agency, working as a fashion photographer, and managing a fitness facility. Her goals for the future. . . Simply helping people, while working in the fitness industry.

A few words from Rosetta:
I like to help people and that is a big reason why I wanted to be a trainer and instructor. I love to make people feel good and I love talking to them as well. I had always wanted to compete in a fitness competition show. A friend that had been competing in them suggested that I give it a try and with her encouragement I decided to go for it.

I went on take first place in three shows in my class and won two overall shows. You see, I really haven't been training for a long time at all, about two years. But, its all about how hard you work and how bad you want it. I had my reasons to get strong and I gained courage from something negative in my life, something that made me put hurt and anger into strength training, doing something I once thought I could never do.

A lot has happened this past year, good and bad, and knowing life, I am sure I will be going through more everyday because that is what life is all about. I am now at a point in my life where I have become wiser and more knowledgeable about things that have come my way, in the fitness industry as well as competing.

I am sure that this next year as well as in the coming years, I will learn more and more, and that is the most fascinating thing that I have realized. I want to begin to thank some people who along the way, in my everyday life, as well as when I did my first competition, people that I have not seen anymore or that I have ended up not speaking with anymore.

I often wondered how is it that God sends people our way whether they come in an inspirational way, comfort for a needing hand or for just a smile and how the next thing you know they just disappear. just like in relationships .. when they end or a friendship or a marrige gone bad.

You just don't see them anymore even if they live a block away from you and you were spending everyday together, right?... Very few people can talk good about a broken relationship. Is it more acceptable to others to talk negative so the other person can feel less threatening and more infuriated? It seems that way and from what I have seen and been through in life, it is.

May I remind everyone that negative talk about people that have been in our lives and some that still are, should not be spoken about in a negative way, if so the person that your really talking about is a reflection of yourself. We grow through our experiences and in the fitness industry, I have seen very few people in it as a true competitor or fitness worker that are truly happy for the other persons success.

I realized that the more you succeed the more negativity you will be surrounded by. I remember when someone I used to look up to once said to me "Well, Rosetta, fairy tales just don't exist!" I told that person then and I will say it now, fairytales do exist. If you believe enough in yourself, you can do anything, and that truly seems like a fairytale come true.

After 9/11 so many people changed, so many things are forgotten...do we need a tragedy to put things in perspective for us? I hope not. I think of my wonderful, brave brother, Sgt. Gaetano Mortati, who served in Iraq for over a year and lost many of his fellow soldiers, young men with families, dreams and hope of making this a better world for us to live in. They are the ones that make the ultimate sacrifice for us to live the life we are used to living, the freedom we so take for granted.

We need to look at our inner selves, not just the outside, to really understand what is important in life and what isn't. I worked very hard on my outside image, a lot of sacrifice and stamina went into it, it didn't happen overnight. I only hope it matches how I finally feel on the inside.

Remember, we can all achieve what we want in life, just work hard at it and never give up. Follow your heart. Good luck in whatever it is you wish to attain.