I will quote one of my mentor's teachers, the legendary Bruce Lee, ''I cannot teach you, I can only help you explore yourself. Nothing more."
What this means is that Sigung Lee did not believe in styles or forms, so without them there is nothing to teach. Of course you learn how to properly throw a punch, a kick, an elbow, a knee strike, as well as how to defend/block the same plus all other parts of combat such as footwork, timing, spacial awareness etc. But your defense, attack, or counter should be done free flowing, and not be restricted to any pre-determined set of moves (styles/forms) but applied when the opportunities present themselves.
My training started in Shotokan karate at the age of 5, then progressed to Okinawan Karate, for about 8 years. Then I found and trained at the world renowned Princeton Academy of Martial Arts from 2004-2009. After my first daughter was born in 2010 I took a brief hiatus, then after moving to PA I studied at Tri-State Martial Arts for over a year as well as attended many seminars throughout the course of my training.
During my yearly trips to Peru, I conduct self defense seminars for women and host boxing seminars for impoverished persons of interest as well.
Taking up any kind of physical training takes a certain amount of discipline, dedication, and mental fortitude. I have had students from all walks of life, experience, and fitness levels so customizing the lessons to your level of ability and experience is crucial to our success. Your success is my success. When we train we are a team. I do not train you. I am more of a guide than a teacher. Don't worry, you'll get it once you start training trust me😊. Martial art training is a long term game. No one became an expert overnight. Its like anything else that's worth it. If you stay focused on the process, and not the outcome you will experience and appreciate what it will do for your life, both spiritually and physically. Take care. Be well.
I enjoy seeing my pupils reach a higher purpose and accomplish more than they expected they would before training with me. I must say that is the most rewarding aspect of teaching.
With Aldo's focus an hard dermintation help me get three the problems I had at home. I definitely felt comfortable I was exercising every day training a few days out the week . We had a blast an many laughs thanks Aldo I'm proud of you!!
Wow! Aldo is extremely knowledgeable and professional. I’ve learned so much about self defense in such a short time. Not to mention it’s an awesome workout!
Aldo is amazing. He is knowledgeable, motivating, and he doesn't put too much on you unless you can handle it nor does he hurt you. I've been working with Aldo for 3 years now and I'm glad to have found such a great trainer. Highly recommend him for any genre of martial arts. Ladies and children also, feel safe to reach out to him. He's the best.
Everything lol! He is an amazing insructor. He is exactly what One needs to learn and increase there skill and mind. Best trainer ever.
I treat each new student the same way I treat prospects who are thinking about going solar: with the upmost care and consideration to their needs and wants. Its a consultative approach meant to gather information and give information before I get to a game plan. Sometimes what we want isnt necessarily what we need and vice versa. First I have a honest coversation with them to learn about the student's short term and long term goals with training. There are many reasons why people want to learn a martial art. Also the student's physical fitness level and any limitations must taken into consideration. Then and only then do I develop a starting point and create a plan of action/lesson.
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