Robert Santarossa: AOS, RKC, also known as “The 30
Minute Real Results Guy”, is a certified fitness expert
who helps busy moms, dads and teens to lose weight
and re-shape their bodies in only thirty minutes a day
using kettlebells, ropes, rocks, tires and more. His innovative
workout program called the “Perfekt Circuit” combines the best parts
of interval training, functional fitness, circuit training, peripheral heart training,
core strengthening and metabolic resistance training into an addictive,
results-driven program that busy people can fit into their hectic schedule.
Robert opened his first fitness center in 2008. In addition to his acclaimed
workout routines, he also provides a unique nutrition program called the “EZ
Eating System.” Using his program clients successfully learn to correct their
eating habits starting with the foods they already eat and then making small,
manageable adjustments. The EZ Eating System instantly provides feedback
on key nutritional deficiencies such as protein, vitamins, minerals or omega
3’s, for which Rob provides his clients with the best products available.
By drastically reducing the time it takes to exercise while creating fun and
engaging routines, coupled with a “full-service” nutrition program, Robert
has changed the lives of thousands of overscheduled, ”crazy busy” clients
in just 30 minutes a day.
Always giving back to the community, Robert has trained over 8,000 elementary
school students at 14 different schools through his “School Fitness”
program. He has donated thousands of dollars in fitness to charities
and fundraisers.
Robert’s unique program has attracted the attention of the national and local
media, including CBC, A-Channel, CKLW Radio, Blackburn Radio, The Windsor
Star, Windsor Body Magazine, INPLAY! Magazine, Biz-X Magazine and
Simply LaSalle Magazine.
To learn more about Robert Santarossa, “The 30 Minute Real Results Guy”
and how you can receive free special reports, audios and videos on fitness
and nutrition from one of the country’s leading experts,
visit: or call (519) 979-3238.