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PEDAGOGIA DEL JUDO KODOKAN

Pedagogia del Judo

El deporte es fenomenología social, es compromiso de beneficio y apoyo mutuo, es costo-rendimiento, es eficiencia de gerencia, es honestidad y visión social, cooperación y solidaridad, satisfacción mutua, es eficiencia de rendimientos para el progreso social, es optimización gerencial, es diseño de proyectos realizables, y finalmente, es calidad de convivencia social, paz y no violencia.

De ahi la necesidad de formar instructores competentes en Pedagogía del Judo, talentosos, maestros innovadores que enseñen con el testimonio de su técnica, pero también con valores morales y espirituales. Para ir hacia el reanacimiento de las raíces del Judo, se necesitan profesores y entrenadores que sepan dar ese balance idóneo entre el Judo deportivo y el Judo clásico.

En este manual de Judo Kodokan, llamado también Tradicional o Clasico, se expone con detalle los aspectos de la filosofía, del Kihon, de los fundamentos de la enseñanza y el aprendizaje; del Reigishiki, Bushido, Kuzushi, Kumikata, Tandoku renshu, Shintai, Shisei, Randori geiko, Kakari geiko, Renraku waza, Gonosen waza, biomecánica del Judo, métodos de diagnóstico y adiestramiento del Waza.

El maestro Néstor Figueroa plantea solución a una demanda manifiesta del Judo como deporte, o Judo de competencia, (distorsionado seriamente con la incorporación de la fuerza bruta, la lucha libre, y los movimientos acrobáticos),  promoviendo la enseñanza sistémica y sinérgica, bajo La perspectiva de que la Pedagogía es el vehículo modelo para esa urgente necesidad de eficacia y desarrollo del Judo.

El Judo deportivo es una disciplina Olímpica, sin dejar de ser un arte Budo, por ello debe orientarse hacia el bienestar social; el Judo adecuadamente enseñado debe promover al desarrollo de las personas en su contexto social.

CARATULA PEDAGOGIA DEL JUDO

 NESTOR FIGUEROA:  PEDAGOGIA DEL JUDO


EMPRESAS PUBLICAS Y CONTROL DE GESTION

El Estado se construye a través de las Empresas Públicas en un agente impulsor del desarrollo económico y social. Partiendo de esta premisa el Estado juega diferentes roles, actuando simultáneamente como accionista empresario, arrendatario, asegurador, banquero, controlador, constructor, etc.

El Estado debe garantizar el desarrollo armónico y equilibrado a través del fomente empresarial en todo el país; ello requiere desconcentrar en las áreas regionales las fuentes de industrialización, transformación y distribución de los recursos, dejando los excedentes para que reviertan en la inversión y desarrollo de las mismas zonas regionales.

Por consiguiente, constituyen Empresas Públicas aquellas personas de derecho público/ privado en las cuales el Estado tiene una participación accionista mayoritaria; estas empresas se han originado en las siguientes formas: unas veces por nacionalización (expropiación) de empresas transnacionales que venían operando en el país, otras veces por creaciones del Estado de acuerdo a sus necesidades de incrementar  fuentes de riqueza económica, o bien de manejar directamente la prestación de bienes y servicios básicos, como agua, energía eléctrica, telecomunicaciones, transportes, alimentos, etc.

En cualquiera de las perspectivas, éstas confluyen en que las Empresas Públicas actúan como agentes o instrumentos de las políticas y objetivos de desarrollo del Estado; en este sentido, cabría revisar su posición en el mercado, su gestión, su dualidad beneficio-servicio, su participación en el PNB y Balanza de Pagos, desempeño de sus ejecutivos y la aplicación de mediadores a su rendimiento.

Sobre su posición en el mercado, las Empresas Públicas operan en mercados internos monopólicos (servicios), salvo aquellas que efectúan comercialización exterior de algunos productos, pero que están sujetas a precios y cuotas establecidas por mercados externos; otras (con poco éxito) se ubican en el mercado competitivo. La revista Progreso de 1982 registra algunas empresas peruanas entre las primeras 500 de América Latina en orden de ventas (9). Los precios y tarifas están controlados por el Estado, no habiendo en este sentido una influencia en el mercado sobre el bien o servicio que se comercializa.

Un aspecto de suma importancia que se comentará en este punto, será el referido a la rentabilidad de las Empresas Públicas. ¿Deben o no rentabilizarse las Empresas Públicas? ¿Deben generar beneficios o excedentes? ¿Se deben limitar a cubrir solamente sus costos de operación? ¿Cómo debe evaluarse la gestión empresarial?.

Empresarios y ejecutivos del sector privado, directivos  y funcionarios públicos; a unos les afecta el hecho de tener déficit en sus resultados, a los otros no, porque el Estado subvenciona las pérdidas.

Unos se mueven dentro de una dinámica de resultados concretos; otros dentro de un ámbito burocrático. Algunos funcionarios no ven afectados sus cargos por resultados negativos, en cambio el empresario y el ejecutivo privado serán remunerados según el progreso de su empresa (sector privado).

Estas son algunas de las diferencias que existen entre los funcionarios públicos (sector público), los directivos y gerentes (empresas públicas), y los empresarios y ejecutivos (sector privado).

En principio, existen diferencias de: formación, función, finalidad y política. De formación, porque cada quien tiene una vocación y experiencia que cumplir, suponiendo que se desenvuelve dentro del campo para el cual se ha preparado. Sería una ocurrencia no razonable formarse en abogacía por ejemplo, para luego seguir un curso de alguna especialidad médica, y dedicarse posteriormente a ejercer la medicina.

Esto resulta no sólo incomprensible sino además irreal, inoperante y propio de la ineptitud, ya que la práctica de una disciplina no debe abordarse con tanta irresponsabilidad e indiferencia.

Los resultados de estas prácticas ya comunes en nuestro medio, reflejan muchos casos el estado de la práctica administrativa en las Empresas Públicas, y en los órganos públicos del Estado.

Otros aspectos resaltantes son la función y la finalidad. La complejidad de las tareas en un organismo público, así como los propósitos finales que se le destinan, son ampliamente diferenciados con los de una Empresa Pública, estaría demás particularizar los detalles que se dan al respecto.

NESTOR FIGUEROA:   EMPRESAS PUBLICAS, ORGANIZACION, SISTEMAS, Y CONTROL DE GESTION



JUDO KODOKAN, TEORIA Y SISTEMA

El denominado Judo moderno está cojo de estilo, arte,  Kihon, eficiencia, desequilibrio, sistematización, bushido;  porque solamente se ha focalizado el desarrollo en el aspecto físico de la disciplina, especialmente como factor pragmático y primordial de las competencias.

De ahi la  importancia de establecer una metodología científica en el Judo, porque sin ella la transmisión del conocimiento y de las experiencias se harán desarticuladamente, empíricamente. Es pertinente fijar y estandarizar un marco referencial sobre la Teoría del Judo y su sitematización en la enseñanza.

En el deporte del Judo hay diferentes maneras no estructuradas de enseñarlo, y que responden a las propias experiencias de sus instructores, muchos de ellos campeones, pero empíricos; así vemos que el Bushido, los Katas, el Kuatsu, los Atemis, y otras técnicas ya no son enseñados en las escuelas porque no se conocen, o se piensa que no son importantes; o que toda la enseñanza del Judo debe focalizarse y orientarse exclusivamente a la competición.

Lo mismo ocurre en cuanto a enseñar técnicas de Renrakuwaza, Kaeshiwaza, Gonosenwaza; o establecer claras diferencias dentro de la familia de Seoinage y sus variantes. En fin, de aplicar una pedagogía que sea integral, completa, en sus metodologías y en los procesos de los Waza; que permita así mismo preparar instructores idóneos y capacitados para la enseñanza en los diferentes niveles.

Como todo en la vida, el Judo ha sufrido también el impacto de la vida moderna, del avance tecnológico, de los nuevos estilos de vida de las sociedades. Del arte de la flexibilidad y el camino suave, el Judo se ha convertido en una disciplina deportiva altamente competitiva, generando detrás una gran industria de recursos, organizaciones, y mercados con expectativas muy diversas.

Y cierto es que, del Kihon o principios científicos del Judo, poco o nada se enseña actualmente en los dojos; lastimósamente, este es un beneficio que se perdió con el tiempo, que despierta ahora escaso interés con la agitada vida moderna y la dinámica de las  expectativas que se viven en el mundo del Judo deporte.

El Judo moderno se practica ahora con una especial herramienta, la fuerza bruta, con gran uso de violencia, el que lanza es el más rudo; al Judo se le ha incorporado una mezcla de pesos isométricos y de Lucha Libre, en una suerte de pragmatismo liberal de que el fin justifica los medios.

NESTOR FIGUEROA:     JUDO KODOKAN TEORIA Y SISTEMA


GERENCIA SOCIAL PARA EL DESARROLLO SOCIAL

En el ambiente de los negocios, y en las esferas de la burocrática Administración Pública, cada vez es más difícil hallar actores que tengan un espíritu directivo  y estilo gerencial, que promuevan el desarrollo institucional, que fomenten el desarrollo de su entorno, o que generen acciones y resultados con desarrollo sostenible; estableciendo una responsable y continua dirección tecnológica, y a la vez eficaz en el uso de los recursos institucionales, agregando además, una dosis de sensibilidad social y justicia como medio de optimización de las estrategias sociales.

Este trabajo tiene una postura gerencial que fomenta el impulso hacia el desarrollo social, hacia el estímulo de la inteligencia social futurista; con impulso de valores cristianos en su mecánica medular de integración de procesos; queríamos además etiquetar un título que insinuara más que un enunciado modernista, el interés profesional de la reflexión, y que produjera una aguda motivación hacia el cambio social.

Que además despertara la elemental conciencia hacia un rol gerencial de compromiso social, porque el gerente moderno tiene esa responsabilidad, de dirigir con creatividad, innovación, capacidad, experiencia, especialización, integridad, tecnología, probidad, orientado a la productividad y rentabilización de las inversiones; pero también con sensibilidad, equidad y servicio social, contribuyendo al desarrollo económico, a la justicia social, y a elevar las condiciones de vida poblacional.

Sin duda, estos son tiempos difíciles, para la humanidad en general, aún también lo son para los países ricos y desarrollados, por qué razón?; porque es notoria la descomposición globalizada de valores en el mundo, el concepto de globalización no es solamente aplicado al mundo de los negocios, de la interrelación de las actividades comerciales, de la producción de recursos y servicios mundiales, lo es además entre fuerzas continentales y regionales de hegemonía de poder, que están luchando por mantener una vanguardia de dominio sobre las regiones.

El Perú, como muchos países del mundo, vive en una vorágine cerrada de subdesarrollo y erosión de valores; las razones son múltiples según cada quien las interprete, esa realidad, es el odio, la desunión, la iniquidad, el egoísmo, la falta de identidad nacional, la soberbia, la ignorancia, la mediocridad, la informalidad, la entropía de valores, que es la metástasis republicana cancerígena no curable del Perú, bajo una cadena generacional de casi 190 años.

Sin embargo, hay una aspiración y necesidad nacional, de salir adelante, de convertirse en país vanguardia del desarrollo regional. Perú tiene todos los recursos naturales, como para levantarse, iniciando una productividad sostenida, capacidad de consumo, distribución equitativa; pero antes, deberá combatir frontalmente la carencia de valores, la pobreza, el desempleo, la corrupción, los malos servicios públicos, la inseguridad urbana, el desorden, la indisciplina, la pobre calidad de gerencia social.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NESTOR FIGUEROA:  GERENCIA PARA EL DESARROLLO SOCIAL Y EFICACIA DE VALORES

 

 


INTERVIEW WITH PROFESSOR NESTOR FIGUEROA OF SINCHIJUDOKAN INSTITUTE


By  Liz Mendiola of Martial Arts Connector

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1. Who is the dojo’s founder and what prompted him/her to build the school? Is there any rich history behind its making?

– About Sinchijudokan

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The meaning of “Sinchijudokan” is “Warrior Center of the Judo”. Name formed from two voices: Kechua voice Sinchi (native language of Peru) that signifies “warrior”; and the Japanese voice judokan that signifies “center of study of the judo”

Sinchijudokan is an institute in St Luis, MO created for the purposes of promoting, teaching, researching and developing the Kodokan Judo, stimulating at the same time in men, women, and children a positive behavior and an adequate physical condition as a result of the study and efficient practice of Judo biomechanics.

– About my Judo experience:

I founded Sinchijudokan in 1996, in St Louis, Missouri, USA, and also started a branch of Sinchijudokan in the city of Lima Peru (2006) with the purpose of training high performance athletes, and to teach efficiency in biomechanic of traditional or Kodokan judo.

However, I began my career in Judo at the early age of 13. At the age of 17, I had already started my own free Judo school in Lima Peru South America (1964), and although I offered my basic practice sessions like a novice instructor, two students from that small group, would become national champions many years later.

I had the privilege of being formed in Judo by Japanese teachers. I learned from them (bushido) the style, the attitude, the technique, the discipline, respect for others, the order, the efficiency and the love to do each thing efficiently.

As everything in life, maturity is an important asset for all things to reach their proper development. I believe that there are experiences in life that are meant to be shared and transmitted, but at the appropriate time of their development, so that other people with better talents and ambitions may harness them with art and prowess. This was the motivating determination that pushed me to found my school.

I have unceasingly advised my students since then that modesty, perseverance, diligence, order, discipline, perfection, efficiency, self-control, self-evaluation, and patience are important tools in the task of studying and practicing Judo.

2. What forms of Japanese martial arts do you teach in your school? Can you please share with us the history behind them?

We teach Judo Kodokan or Traditional, Classic Judo, and Japanese Jujutsu, Sinchi Ryu. Just ahead, and with the guiding concern not to push aside the essences of Judo, let us name and comment on the five fundamental elements of Judo Philosophy, which should also be the manner in which it should be taught in schools and clubs to beginners, intermediates, as well as to advanced students; for competitive goals as much as for recreational ones.

Kodokan or Traditional Judo is a Gendai Budo discipline of Japanese origin. Dr. Jigoro Kano was a Jujitsu expert and researcher of this art, however, he wanted to develop a discipline that would transcend of being a street fighting.

The new discipline would be helpful not just for self-defense, but also for educational purposes and for the physical, mental and ethical training of the person who would practice it; as a result of his research Master Jigoro Kano created Judo in 1882.

With the passing of time, Judo has let go its roots and essences of Budo Art, as well as its etiquette, discipline, and spirituality that has characterized it since its origin. The modern Judo is different from how it was conceived by Master Kano.

The word “Judo” basically means “the path of smoothness and flexibility.” “Ju” is the smoothness in the sense of mechanical flexibility and “Do” is the way and the method, the form of action; but in the philosophical sense of one’s conduct in life.

The primary principle of the biomechanics of Judo is Kuzushi, the art and science of making the opponent lose his balance, with the purpose of efficiently using the imbalance through the processes of expansion and contraction of movements, in which Shintai or displacement, and Shizei or posture, play a large part in the success of the imbalance.

In the Judo discipline, the person utilizes the strength of the opponent: yielding, dodging, and applying his opponent’s own weight and strength to make him lose his equilibrium.

A good visualization of this is when in winter the branches of a tree are pushed down by the weight of the snow, they bend and the snow falls, but the flexible branches go back to their original position.

There are two principles that are basic and applicable in the daily live of any judoka or judoist:

1. SEIRYOKU or MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY that inspires that anything done in Judo and in life must be well done, for personal and for the other’s satisfaction. Applying the least effort, to obtain the highest efficiency.

2. JITA KYOEI or MUTUAL BENEFIT AND WELFARE, that inspires to perform a healthy Judo, with no tension and without challenges, having mutual satisfaction, progressing reciprocally and in harmony.

All martial arts are good and effective and demand long time of hard training and perseverance in order to gain dexterity and mastery. Undoubtedly, the different skills and attitudes of the individuals that practice them cause the difference in the results.

Judo promotes the emotional balance and the strengthening of the positive attitudes of the individual. It is a discipline that allows the building up of self-control, patience, discipline, diligence, respect, courtesy, self-confidence, self-esteem, friendship, etc. All of these factors contribute to the foundation needed for an individual to achieve success in life.

In the mental level, Judo helps to stimulate the concentration, the determination, and the decision taking, as well as the coordination and reflects. The judoka learns to know and apply his biomechanics in the study of the waza or techniques; he identifies and understands how the principles of the Physics – Mechanics are applied to Judo. By way of meditation (Zen), he learns how to relax, to restore, and control the inner harmony.

Judo is a discipline for all ages and sexes because it can be practiced at the proper pace of each individual’s need. In the physical aspect, Judo stimulates the cardiovascular and breathing functions, as well as the muscles, tone and nerves. It improves the speed, resistance, strength, flexibility, and agility that a healthy body at any age needs.

3. What are the principles and concepts that you uphold and try to instill in yogur students?

The pedagogic spirit and the didactic forms and methods were the light that shone on master Kano’s work throughout his life. He was a leader per excellence, as well as a promoter, and he impregnated and shared with his disciples this mysticism in Judo. This is how we find in his work 4 pedagogical policies that, we believe, frame for a pedagogy of Judo.

a) A Theoretic Body

Within the preparatory training of any discipline, there must be a developed body of knowledge, doctrine, study, research, and theoretical development, which is found in the methodology of Judo, with both artistic and scientific bases, as essential teaching elements to reach development and mastery in the discipline. Although in Dr. Kano’s times, even having a scientific composition, Judo was essentially described as having a pragmatic content.

b) An Ethical Spirit

Knowledge cannot be positive unless it is put to the service and benefit of the community, within a necessary structure of applicable ethical and deontological values, that may be experimented; and from which a way of life may be built, with personal satisfaction and at the service of others. These elements, of course are found in Bushido or Judo philosophy.

c) Physical Training

Judo discipline carries with itself a pedagogy that focuses several points of interest, through the efficient practice of one if its prime elements, which is physical culture.

Also, the concern for a training methodology and the efficiency of this Physical Culture, as an element for the education of the body, mind and health, for the improvement of the quality of life, without which Judo art and science would not have support for their biomechanical perfecting.

d) Transcendence of Pedagogy

The four above-mentioned suggestions belong to Judo’s pedagogy, and are fundamental in reaching maturity, beauty and perfection in Judo. However, modern Judo is lame, due to the lack of the first two elements, since it has only focused on the development of the physical aspect of the discipline, especially as a pragmatic and primary factor of competition.

The importance of scientific methodology in Judo is necessary because without it the transmission of knowledge and experiences will become disarticulate and pragmatic, more so today, lacking a standardized Judo theory by world consensus.

4. Why do you think it is important for people to learn martial arts?

In this time the Martial Arts respond to an urgent need as agents for human development; the Martial Arts visualized like a social system can be applied in order to incorporate social values in people, to deal with a better quality of life, to diminish the social violence, to have harmonious interrelationship with the family members and others, achieving in this way better citizens and a setter society.

One of the most noble and important purposes of life is the development of the human being; this could be reached through social sport and the martial arts. To live a life requires of certain standards; people must have comfort, opportunities, basic facilities that would allow them to develop integrally. It is necessary to take into account that the erosion and deficiency of moral values in a society or underdeveloped nation originates from a chaotic situation and it is a social and economic sign of a country going to an social anarchy situation.

A society without citizens united in moral values, spiritual values, patriotism, politeness, education, solidarity and social sensitivity is a society without capacity of socio-economic change, and far to reach someday a healthy development, with opportunities and justice for all.

5. What difficulties and obstacles have you encountered so far with regards to teaching martial arts and how did you overcome them?

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I think the problems that the martial arts face are (Sport Judo): lack of a genuine pedagogy, lack of good disciples, and lack of social objectives; there is much violence and commercialization of the martial arts disciplines.

The competitions are loaded with violence (Sport Judo), and some of the leaders stingy interest makes them fight for positions to obtain money and interests through the sport. I believe that we need capable teachers who would transmit to their students not just the techniques, but the social values; also we need leaders who are capable of managing the sport to be able to promote quality of life.

Quality of life and social co-existence are two inter-related states of life, which if associated harmonically, are the purposes of a healthy family and society. They are the foundation of the human rights to obtain better conditions of life, since the human being has the aptitude to offer quality of social co-existence like an answer to a demand of the surroundings. Under this thought, the teaching of the martial arts contributes to the process of formation, instruction and learning of the individual in the knowledge in order to make him useful, available, effective, and participating in the development of him community.

6. What advice and/or insights can you share with our readers who want to pursue their interest in the Japanese form of martial arts?

sinchijudokanI cannot give advice, only my modest opinions. I believe we must cultivate more humility, investigation, fellowship, honesty, peace, respect and values. In essence, the teachers and leaders of the martial arts must learn social values, and apply values in their students.

Why is the Social Sport important in the life of the society?.  The sport as such can be seen as a science, a social activity, a program of the government, an interest and political instrument, as leadership eagerness, as an intention of social development, or as a recreational activity.

Martial arts can be practiced for competitive or recreational purposes; without differences of age, or capacities, or economic levels. Socially speaking, the sport should be reached by all the population of a nation because it is a need for the human being and for the society. The practice of the sport fulfils expectations, and purposes in the development of a nation; then its diffusion, promotion, and massive acceptance, must have correlation with that social attribute of development.

I think winning medals and championships gives satisfactions, anxieties, even so relevant. However judo should allow to achieve social efficiency, peace and values of life, that is most important in the person and society.

The purpose of the Social-Sport Development is the physical, mental, moral and spiritual formation of the individual in order to make him an instrument useful and acceptable to the society, to forge him in the participation and the social and economic contribution with efficiency in the interaction of his surroundings.

7. Can you give a short biography of your instructor(s)?

SENSEI UCHIMATA copia 2Professor Nestor Figueroa is an American Peruvian martial artist, MBA and is in charge of the academic direction of the Sinchijudokan Institute. He is a native of Lima Peru, South America. He was a university professor for 10 years in the Business Administration field, a writer and publisher of several books, and professional of a number of enterprises in Lima Peru and USA.

Professor Nestor Figueroa has been involved with Judo for over 50 years, as student, competitor and instructor. At age 13, he started practicing Boxing in an amateur league, and then he started learning Kungfu and Jujitsu; soon after that he started studying Kodokan Judo.

At the present time Master Figueroa holds 7th Dan in Kodokan Judo and Godan Dan in Sinchi Ryu Jujutsu, and is well known for his knowledge and refined technique, as well as for his appreciated quality of teacher and researcher of the methodologies of teaching and training Judo.

In his long career as judoka, competitor, researcher, teacher, Nestor Figueroa has had as teachers Sensei (Shiozaki) Shinzo Murayama 3nd Dan, Sensei Yutaka Akatsuka 7th Dan, has trained under Sensei Yoshikatsu Inamine, Sensei Yoshinori Takeuchi 1962 world champion and Kenichi Yamanaka 1965 2nd world champion.  He was student of  Sensei Philip E. Porter 9th Dan, known as the father of the American Judo. Sensei Figueroa has trained in Kodokan Tokyo under Sensei Shiro Yamamoto 9th Dan, and Sensei Naoki Murata 8th Dan.

He attended the Budo Seminary at the International Budo University & Nippon Budokan, held in Katsuura, participating in training under Sensei Katsuhiko Kashiwazaki 7th Dan, two times world champion, and under Sensei Tadanori Koshino 6th Dan, world champion. And has participated in some Martial Arts events in Europe, Asia, Israel, USA. Inductee by USMA 2003 Hall of Fame as the most distinguished master of the year.

Sensei Figueroa is member of The Kokusai Budoin International Martial Arts Federation (IMAF), Dai Nippon Butoku Kai, United States Judo Association (USJA), United States Judo Federation (USJF), United States Martial Arts Association (USMA), GMAU International, United States Jujitsu Federation (USJJF).

Nestor Sensei has had many outstanding students in the USA and Peru. During his long career, Sensei achieved three promotions of black belts  in USA. In 2002, he was the coach for the infantile Peruvian national team in the Pan-American and the South American games. In 2005, Master Figueroa started a project to teach judo in the schools of the city of Arequipa, Chimbote, Trujillo, and SOS Aldea Lima, Peru; this continuous program is successful, and allows to improve the yield of talented children, teaching them also social values and social peace, sensitizing the violence in their community.

Master Figueroa has taught Taichi Chua as voluntary service in “Larco Herrera”, the Hospital of mental health in Lima, Peru. He has written and published books in several fields of the human activity, business, and social subjects, showing his social and Christian vocation, and his sensitivity for the less socially favored extracts. In 2012-2014 he was director of the Christian-social Radio program “Ways of Reflection” on Radio del Pacifico in Lima Peru. He has also written two books of Judo: “Pedagogy of Judo” and “Theory and System of Judo”.  Currently he is dedicated to the promotion of Judo (talent bank)  within children and young people through his project “Social Sport with Values for the Peace and Human Development”.