Veterans move from military force to workforce with help from start-up experts

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By Will Carr
Walk inside Infinitely Fit, a new gym in San Diego, and you’ll find L.J. Eastmead in her element. The retired Marine, who has a proclivity to write Winston Churchill quotes on the wall, bounces around during a recent class. She’s fun but firm, pushing students to strive for their best with a disarming smile.
“Fitness is a passion, but really teaching people to be healthy and living a healthy lifestyle is what really resonated with me and I wanted to pass that along to other people,” Eastmead says.
But creating her own business wasn’t as easy as leading a workout for Eastmead.
“I was on my own for a little while before I was introduced to the Rosie Network, and I will be forever grateful to my friend for introducing me to them,” Eastmead says.
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