Rosemarie “Bud” Seaman
One-time 1980 Olympic Swimmer, Ironman Triathlete finishing 12th, Marathon runner, National & World record holder in the field of swimming. As the owner of Ultimate Fitness, and Exercise Physiologist, Ultimate Fitness was her vision and she has owned it for over 17 years. (Read more about Bud)
Larry is a level 5 swim coach and has coached many National champions. He is also a National record holder himself. If you just need to learn how to swim he teaches young children and adults. Larry has over 30 years of professional swim coaching experience including coaching national qualifiers and national champions. A competitive swimmer all of his life Larry has been an AAU national qualifier as well as being a YMCA masters national champion and national masters record holder. Larry was the Meet Director for the 1998 United States Masters National Championships.
Alessia Vivod, Personal Trainer
Alessia graduated from the University of Mount Union in Ohio with a B.S. in Psychology. The school is known for its athletic programs which appealed to her love of sports, fitness and health. As an undergraduate, she became interested in the psychological benefits of exercise and saw the connection between the mind/body experience in overall health and well-being.
She continued her education at Barry University in Miami, where she received a M.S. in Clinical Psychology. Her focus became the social and environmental connection between exercise, obesity and health. Her thesis, entitled “The Effects of Culture on the Motivation for Exercise,” solidified the premise that combining the benefits of exercise with psychological awareness created the unique holistic approach that she was seeking.
Her passion to find a career that included psychology and wellness brought her to Ultimate Fitness, Inc. in Winter Park, Florida. This boutique-style workout studio is owned by Rosemarie “Bud” Seaman, who has been in business since 1987. Bud works closely with well-known psychotherapist, Sandy Canfield, L.M.H.C., who partners with Bud to help clients identify emotional issues that trigger overeating and poor food choices.
Alessia wants to use her skills in psychology and exercise to work with individuals struggling with food addiction and body issues at Bud’s studio. Because of the increase in child obesity, she wants to work with families and children to help break the cycle. She found the perfect place to combine her passion for personal training and mental health counseling to help others lead more healthy and fulfilling lives.
Monday and Wednesday–Early Morning Boot camp from 7am to 8am
Monday through Friday–12:00 to 12:30 “Lunch Crunch”
Thursday Spinning 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.