BEEP. BEEP. BEEP. It’s 5:30 a.m. and the sounds of an aggressive alarm go off welcoming Danielly Rocha to a new day. All her mornings start out the same, seven days a week, with that 5:30 alarm. The busy mother and owner of Danielly’s Fitness in Sonoma takes advantage of her early starts as a way to set up her day to maximize her time.
She wakes up and works out until 7 a.m., then she wakes her daughter. The two eat breakfast and head out the door for daycare. After Rocha, 35, drops off her 3-year-old daughter, she heads out to begin a full day of work as a personal trainer.
It’s 8:30 a.m., and her workday has officially started. A typical day consists of meeting clients, answering emails and phone calls, business meetings and occasionally covering personal training sessions for her employees.
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