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Ernesto Hoost and Peter Aerts with 4 training sessions in Varna (VIDEO)

World kickboxing legends Ernesto Hoost and Peter Aerts will give four special training sessions during the KWU International Professional League Seminar for instructors, fighters and referees. The event is simultaneous with the fourth edition of the SENSHI fight show.

SENSHI’s fourth edition will take place on October 26 at Varna’s Palace of Culture and Sports.

The three-day workshop will start on the 24th and will continue until the 26th of October. 

You can see the full program HERE: Program-seminar-KWU-pro-league-24-27.10

It will include four training sessions with Ernesto Hoost and Peter Aerts, three training sessions in Iaido and a referee seminar. Only fighters who are over the age of 16 and have at least 4th kyu rank are eligible. There will be a diploma given to every graduate.

One of the special guests Ernesto Hoost is a four-time K-1 heavyweight champion and one of the most prolific names in the history of kickboxing.

Peter Aerts is a three-time K-1 heavyweight world champion and one of the biggest legends of the sport. The training will also be conducted by:

Sensei Alexander Pichkunov – the Secretary-General of Kyokushin World Union. The legendary fighter has been a finalist in K-1 Grand Prix in 2007 and 2008. The Russian is also a bronze medalist form a Karate Kyokushin World championship in 2005. He’s a silver medalist from the Russian Kyokushin championship in 2004 and winner of the Russian Kyokushin cup in 2001.

 

Shihan Asen Asenov – the first Bulgarian gold medalist from a European Kyokushin championships. He’s also a  European kickboxing champion in 1994 in the -90 kg category. Shihan Asenov is a Board Member of the Bulgarian Kyokushin Federation.

Shihan Ivo Kamenov was awarded to Kyoshi Shihan Rokudan by Kyokushin Shogakukai Foundation President Yoshiharu Umeda and Kyokushin-kan Kancho Hatsuo Royama.

Shihan Ramil Gabbasov is a KWU Board Member and Chairman of the Russian Union of Martial Arts (RUMA).

Senpai Nikolay Atanasov – trainer of the national Muay Thai team of Bulgaria.

The organizers remind that Iaido training is obligated to all karate participants, for the others is optional.

The judicial seminar is obligated for all black belts.

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