Hermosilla, Sonora, Mexico:

The International Combat Systema Association's  first Mexican affiliate, our Hermosillo branch is under the Direction of head instructor Aldo. D. Flores. Aldo started his martial arts training at the age of five in Kofu ja do, a hybrid art with a strong emphasis on kicking, earning his red belt after 5 years. Later switching to American Kenpo, he earned his black belt under Frank Soto, and currently holds a 2nd degree black belt in that art. Also a second degree black belt in Iwama Aikido under Judith Robinson Sensei, Aldo is the current Head Instructor of the Hermosillo Aikido Center and a member of the Takemusu aikido Association, which is recognized by the Aikikai. He began his formal study of Russian Systema in 2007 and currently also cross-trains in BJJ.


Visit Aldo's site at http://www.combatsystema.com.mx/


Or contact Aldo directly at: aikido.hermosillo@gmail.com  

COMBAT SYSTEMA HERMOSILLO


The International Combat Systema Association's first Mexican affiliate and the Head Quarters for Combat Systema in Mexico, our Hermosillo branch is under the Direction of head instructor Aldo D. Flores. Aldo started his martial arts training at the age of five in Kofu Ja Do, a hybrid art with a strong emphasis on kicking, earning his red belt after 5 years. Later switching to American Kenpo, he earned his black belt under Frank Soto, and currently holds a 2nd degree black belt in that art. Also a second degree black belt in Iwama Aikido under Judith Robinson Sensei, Aldo is the current Head Instructor of the Hermosillo Aikido Center and a member of the Takemusu Aikido Association, which is recognized by the Aikikai. He began his formal study of Russian Systema in 2007 and currently also cross-trains in BJJ.


Visit Aldo's site here http://www.combatsystema.com.mx/


Or contact Aldo directly at aikido.hermosillo@gmail.com



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