The municipal Judo School traveled to Caleta Olivia last weekend. It was conducive to knowing details of the high-performance training received by the participants.
The students, led by Sensei Alejandro Mansilla from the judo school of the municipal Sports and Recreation Secretariat, traveled to the town of the province of Santa Cruz to a high performance training dictated by Sensei Julio Carez.
The initiative – which had the support of the Municipality of Esquel – was intense in terms of practices “the techniques already known in competition were applied and everything was seen in the most detailed possible” said Mansilla and explained that the students were very satisfied With the knowledge acquired “the idea is to transmit – in the next classes – everything learned to the rest of the students.”
A student’s experience
One of the participants in this activity was Alan Ezequiel Colemil, a 19-year-old young man who has been a Mansilla student for several years. “Being able to participate in this type of event is a privilege for me, both to learn and to review, polish and improve what is being worked on at the school,” he expressed.
He explained that this training work is also designed for the future presentation of the athletes in a national event that will take place in the second quarter of next year.
Regarding the training received in the training, he noted that it was intense, from the day of arrival in Caleta Olivia (Friday, September 28) until last Sunday, “techniques were learned that are applied at competitive levels such as those that the school plans to take on.” next year,” Alan noted.
“From my experience, each class is different,” said the young judoka, “you don’t always learn the same thing, you develop your form and no new encounter is like the previous one, there is always a detail that helps us improve in the future.”
The teacher according to the student
“I met Sensei Ale in November 2020 and, since then, I have always been learning from him, both in judo and in life,” said Alan about his teacher and added that Mansilla “as a person – both for me and for several of the boys- is a model to follow”
“In these years he has taught us a lot, not only in judo, but also in each other’s lives, we like to say that we are family, if we have a problem the first one to sign up is our teacher, that’s why we say that Where our Sensei goes, one of us is there,” argued Alan.
He also invited people to join the practice of this sport. For those who are interested, I urge you to “come up, come watch a class, ask questions, we are always with open arms for those who want to come learn” and he said that the possibilities are for everyone “because judo does not have a age limit”
Mansilla also has the admiration of the student for the teacher; The name of the Dojo is in honor of his teacher Jorge Ricardo Heitzmann, who lives in our city and is one of the best in our country.
The school is free and places are available. Classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Municipal Gym. From 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., for ages between 5 and 17 years and from 9:00 p.m. from 18 years and older.
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