Rapid Fitness Training

Rapid Fitness Training

5.0 (1)
1 employee
15 years in business

About this pro

You want to be trained by a Real World Champion!

I’ve been an Instructor of Martial Arts and Fitness over 20+ years!

When profiling my clients. My goal is to reach your goal!

Believe and you can reach your goals!

Train as a team and we will do it together!

I have a passion to pass on the experience I’ve gained. While watching the happiness of my clients goals being reached!

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Lomita, CA 90717
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  • Edgar Galletan

    When working Rod, there was reason for everything. One move would lead to multiple moves. Most trainers like to yell and have a military style, Rapid fitness is about learning with structure and feeling within. Theres a balance of being a begginer its easy to learn and if your advanced there more purpose to learn.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I typically have a get to know session with every new individual.

It’s s like buying a car you want to try me before you buy me!

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Well, I started training in Martial Arts at 6 years old.

I began my Personal Training by 19 years old (Family Fitness Center, Seattle)

I have traveled the world competing in the kickboxing/Judo/Muay Thai Boxing/Savate Boxe Francaie, honing my education and my skills!

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

I price at a rate that is exceptional for the purpose of my clients.

$25. 30 minutes 

“add $25. Per 30 minutes

Incentive: pay for bundle multiple sessions and keep it on-going. I will up your minutes without adding any fees!

example: the fitter you get, the more time I add without adding fees!

Can be paying $25.00 an hour!

Consistency is the key!

How did you get started teaching?

In any Martial Arts, you train to develop your technique to become an instructor.

You yourself become a better Martial Artist and really start developing your techniques thru teaching the techniques.

What types of students have you worked with?

I have taught men/women/children of all ages.

I teach other black belts and martial artists 

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

One of my attorney students, whom has not trained with me in awhile, recently started back training specifically with me. After his first session back, he said, “Wow, I do remember how you teach, its technical and motivational and you realize what kind of shape you’re really in!”

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

1. Compatibility

2. The teacher/instructor listens to your needs/wants... tries to help you hone your skills.

3. A doer not a talker. “It’s nice to hear the successes of your trainer.. but! To talk more then train, gets you no where in shape!”

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Before your first meeting with a potential instructor:

1. Ask him where he will or is willing to train you? ie. at your home. In the park. At his home. In his place of business (brick & mortar) Are you open to any location?

2. Some instructors are very busy... can you be open to schedule changes or are you willing to schedule a whole month in advance?

3. To question 2... Are you flexible?

4. Most important...


You have to want to train and dedicate yourself!

Self-motivation is the key to success!

But remember...

Only in life can you take that first step and reach your goals!!! Be alive! Be adventurous!