The KWU Professional International League seminar has come to an end yesterday when the last training session was conducted.
In the last three days, more than 150 young fighters from Bulgaria, Belarus, Serbia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Brazil, Japan, Russia, Netherlands had the privilege to train under the guidance of the three-time K-1 heavyweight champion Peter Aerts, who was also a special guest at the fourth edition of SENSHI.
The Dutch Lumberjack did 4 training sessions in Varna. The sessions took place at The Palace of Culture and Sport in Varna. Peter Aerts wasn’t the only kickboxing great in presence. The four-time K-1 heavyweight champion – Ernesto Hoost, joined the party Saturday morning and he also had two training sessions conducted. The two greats put an emphasize on the clinch drills, shadow boxing, closing the distance, etc.
The Bulgarian fighters had the chance to celebrate Peter Aerts’ 49th Birthday with the legend. The man himself was kind enough to take a picture with everybody that encountered him.
Shihan Ivo Kamenov – the Chairman of KWU’s Professional League and Chairman of Bulgaria’s Association of Martial Sports was the third special guest-instructor in the facility, demonstrating advanced kickboxing techniques to the youngsters.
All three of them took the time to talk with the young practitioners and had no problems answering all of the questions and correcting every mistake the youngsters did.
Sensei Alexander Pichkunov was also one of the special-guest instructors at the seminar.
The KWU Professional League seminar was held simultaneously with the fourth edition of SENSHI that took place yesterday at the Palace of Culture and Sports in Varna.