View Full Version : A brazilian introduction ;-D

unknown user
09-09-1998, 02:47 PM
Dear colleagues
First of all, I should like to introduce myself as a new member of your
list and expose you a few aspects of my job. My name is Mauro Cesar Gurgel
de Alencar Carvalho, I'm a Phys. Ed. professional, exercise science
specialist and I also have a master degree in exercise science, where in my
thesis I created a test to measure the speed of a Judo movement: Tai-sabaki.
It is that fast turn which the Judo athlete uses to apply a throw or to
escape from an attach.
Besides, I'm the Phys. Ed. coordinator of a great federal instituition
in my country with 161 years of exitence, called Colegio Pedro II, at the
School Unit of Engenho Novo II. In this school unit I also run the
LaCiMovi - Laboratorio de Ciencias do Movimento which primarily develops
research on School Pys. Ed. area, but may investigate different kinds of
motor fenomena upon areas as biomechanics, exercise physiology and etc..
Before starting to work in this instituition I use to teach exercise
physiology, biomechanics and Judo as a faculty member at an University and
another college in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where I live. But the contract I
signed demanded me to become an exclusive teacher of Colegio Pedro II, so I
had to stop working anywhere else.
Actually I'm the list owner about Judo at the Centro Esportivo Virtual
home page (CEV - http://www.cev.org.br) which has english spoken too. This
site is suported by UNICAMP - Universidade de Campinas computer lab.. This
list is directed for people who love Judo but only speak portuguese and
spanish (cevjudo-l@server.nib.unicamp.br). Well you are all invited to visit
the CEV and the Judo list too.
Athletic regards,
Mauro Cesar Gurgel de Alencar Carvalho,M Sc

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