Aggressive Optimism Podcast – Jeremy Rochford – Laughing Your Pants Off

In this episode of the Aggressive Optimism Podcast I talk with weightloss expert and comedian, Jeremy Rochford about his journey of losing over 200 pounds and keeping it off for over a decade through his unique approach of making weightloss enjoyable (I know – right?!?!), discovering and working with the difference between internal and external conflict and getting people to start asking different questions all in an effort to make weightloss sustainable.








Jeremy Rochford is a certified personal trainer, corporate fitness trainer, and corporate fitness specialist. His entrance into the weight-loss/fitness field came by way of his success of not only losing 200lbs but also, keeping it off for over 15 years.

He has been developing custom weight loss programs and guiding others towards their own success for over ten years and specializes in body positive, emotionally and physiologically supported weight loss.

He is actively involved in the study of fitness, nutrition, and yoga. By having a well-rounding understanding of the entire weight loss process, not only as a person but also as a professional, there are few more qualified to guide you through your weight loss journey.

While in Nashville, he established the Nashville Wellness Academy, which is a cutting edge approach to sustainable weight loss, that blends the 3 main conflicts one must address while attempting to lose weight. He’s now brought that proven approach to Pittsburgh.

Aside from weight loss, Jeremy is a TEDx speaker, best selling author and stand up comedian.

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If you’d like to make losing weight Smarter, not Harder... start here!

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