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Dojo Hokori Meiyo presenteert Japanese Kickboxing/ K-1 Seminar met Roberto Flamingo

Dojo Hokori Meiyo presenteert Japanese Kickboxing/ K-1 Seminar met Roberto Flamingo

POS-DHM-RobertoFlamingo01In de maand September bestaat onze Kickboksvereniging 1 jaar. Wij kijken terug op een mooi jaar, gegroeid van geen naar meer dan 50 leden op dit moment en we groeien heerlijk door. Volgend jaar om deze tijd beschikken we over een eigen trainingsruimte van 300/m2 en zullen onze activiteiten, naast Kyokushin Kai Karate, verder worden uitgebreid met Boxingbag en Judo. Daarnaast start vanaf aankomende week de eerste Kardo Try-out van 13 lesweken.

Om ons 1 jarige bestaan te vieren hebben we speciaal voor jullie (en ook een beetje voor onszelf) op woensdagavond 23 september a.s. één van de beste kickbokstrainers uitgenodigd voor een gasttraining: Roberto Flamingo kijk voor een indruk van Roberto op www.robertoflamingo.com.

Roberto was één van de stricking coaches van the Blackzilians uit Miami USA en de vaste trainer van kampioenen als Tyron Spong, Alister Overeem en Andy Risti. Verder hebben toppers als Marlies Coenen, Victor Belfort, Fedor Emelianenko, Gilbert Yvel, Rashad Evans, Michael Johnson, Ryan Jimmo, Gerard Mousasi en vele andere Bellator, UFC en Strikeforce kampioenen met hem getraind.

Roberto verzorgd op woensdagavond 23 september a.s. een 2 uur durende gasttraining. Dit is alleen toegankelijk voor onze leden. Dus geen lid, geen toegang.

Op zaterdag 14 november organiseren wij in samenwerking met Roberto een seminar in Zoetermeer in Sporthal de Oosterpoort Zanzibarplein 20te oosterheem waar iedereen aan mag deelnemen. Dit seminar zal plaatsvinden van 14.30 uur tot en met 16.30 uur. Deelname is 15 euro en met een exclusief Seminar T-shirt 25 euro. Dit wil je niet missen! Trainen onder leiding van één van de beste Striking Coaches van de wereld!

Houd de 23e  van September vrij en zorg dat je erbij bent van 19.30 uur tot 21.30 uur!

Even wat testimonials over Roberto:

Alistair Overeem : “Roberto is a great trainer to work with, he’s been my trainer for more than 8 years and he’s one of the reasons of my success. He knows his craft well and it’s a pleasure working with him. The one on one training sessions are always something special as he really takes his time to figure you out and is constantly looking to improve my game. Even a veteran like me learns new things every day. He’s very knowledgeable in the kickboxing and M.M.A. sport and takes his job very seriously. He is always the first one in the gym and the last one to leave. It’s an honor and pleasure to work with such a trainer and overall nice guy.”

 

Tyrone Spong : “I know Roberto for 15 years now! When I started to train he was one of the elders in the gym. Roberto is a real laid back guy who’s very strict, honest and tough as a coach. It feels great to have him around as he’s one of the first people to train me so it feels very trusted. His training is very hard, old school and no bullshitting around. A very high pace a lot of different technics you can benefit from if you are a professional athlete or just want to work out to feel good. ”

 

Rashad Evans : “His techniques are advanced but at the same time easy to learn, he makes it look easy and it’s great to have him on the pads”

 

Eddie Alvarez : “I’ve had the pleasure of working with Roberto Flamingo and the Results I’ve got to have been undeniable, With Roberto’s emphasis on footwork movement and in and out attacks , It makes striking in MMA easy ,effective and most of all the Highly efficient. On top of Roberto’s efficient striking tactics he also happens to be a freak athlete with great energy, He’ll not only hold pads for hours but will also join in on the sparring sessions ,which is hard to find in a lot of coaches. He’s diligent, on

time , and pays attention to detail. Consider yourself lucky if You get a chance to work with him I Do!!”.

 

Ryan Jimmo : My striking coach Dutch Kickboxer Roberto Flamingo Roberto Flamingo is Alistair’s striking coach for a long time. “Good guy, great personality. He has a very different kind of style of Dutch kickboxing. A lot of Dutch kickboxing is very straight ahead, left hook then low leg kick, body shot then low leg kick, a lot of basic stuff. But Roberto’s style is very intricate. Roberto relies on a lot of feints and tricks and his southpaw stuff is very good and almost like how a karate system would be. Like 10% of the time, he’ll show me something and I’ll be like I don’t know if that works with my karate basics and my years of karate training. And we’ll have to switch some stuff up. But 90% of what he shows me is very tricky and intricate Dutch kickboxing-based stuff and it works very well for my style. Roberto is very adaptable, very intelligent, and he’s able to see what will work best for my style. We both work, we both adapt a little, and it’s a great partnership.”

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