Pavel Trusov Success Story
Pavel Trusov Success Story
Pavel Trusov a kickboxer.
A short introduction to yourself?
My name is Pavel Trusov. I’m a Russian kickboxer, currently live in Slovakia. I’m two times champion of the Russian championship and a Guinness record holder.
How did you develop your fondness for your sport and at what age did you start learning karate?
I’ve been training from 6 years old. I’ve completed more than 10 years. Now I’m pleased to teach people and give them my knowledge. Nothing can be better than the progress of people. I get used to helping everyone. I prefer a healthy way of martial arts but with sparrings and contact with hard opponents.
What is your style and what rank do you currently hold in?
I like speed. My goal to be the fastest kickboxer ever. And I chasing to achieve it. I think if you are obsessed with your dream and you possess enough knowledge you don’t any borders.
What do you like Kata or Kumite more?
I’m a kickboxer, but I delve into all kinds of martial arts includes Karate. For me karate Kumite is insane. I tried a lot of different exercises from that and with complete confidence, I can say that’s an amazing kind of Martial arts.
Do you have a favorite Sensei?
My favorite sensei is Sergey Rozumovich. That’s Ukrainian black belt Karate master. And he helps me advise in my training process.
How did you get into this position and how did your journey in this sport go?
My life is a sport. Whole life I go through hard work. I stopped competing at 17 years old. And started my coaching activity. On my way was a lot of troubles.
Do you take sports as a profession or is it just a hobby?
This hobby transformed into my lifestyle and way of my life.
What challenges have you faced in getting to where you are now? You can also share any injury story.
Currently, Covid doesn’t wanna give to work for 100%. In my opinion – challenges making us stronger. And it all depends on how we perceive troubles. If you are a fighter in the ring you should be a fighter in a real-life though.
I had an awful injury and I was too close to surgery. I was coming out of rehab and didn’t it if not Sergei Rozumovich. I had a rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament of the knee.
What motivates you most about your profession as an athlete?
My motivation is love. Love to my family. I train myself almost every day because that’s my life. And only the best version of me can teach my students.
Do you have anything you want everyone to learn?
Yes, of course. I want to show people healthy ways of martial arts. Sport should give people power and energy. I want to train simultaneously one thousand people. That’s my dream.
What tournament or match you have won are you most proud of and why
One of my childhood reminisces. I remember the most powerful opponent and final match. No matter a lot of missed punches I was going forward no matter what. I won that fight and I cried tears of joy.