• My thoughts on the DO

    Starting practice is one of the most precious moments. It can be very exciting and eventually leads to fabulous growth. Now is the very moment to decide if to go all the way through.

    When I started judo practice I decided, that I would have done it for the rest of my life and that my Master would have been a constant presence in my thoughts.

    Fundamental to the DO is one ingredient: COMMITMENT, indicating, that self-discipline and persistence must be kept regardless of how hard it is.

    Practice puts us under constant stress, but without it we would never be able to develop our personality.

    Commitment and self-discipline are precious as gold for those seeking the DO.

  • In the Sixties

    1960: Bruno Carmeni throwing his opponent with seoi nage

  • More than 40 years later!

    2007: Bruno Carmeni throwing his opponent with seoi nage

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National Trainer

National Trainer F.I.A.P. Juniors – 1971 – 1977 

National Trainer F.I.L.P.J. Seniors – 1974 – 1975 

National Trainer at Olympic Preparation Center  F.I.L.P.J. – 1976 – 1977 

National Trainer University Team C.U.S.I. – 1977 – 1981 

National Trainer F.I.L.P.J. Juniors – 1981 – 1982 

National Trainer National Visually Impaired Federation F.I.C.S. – 1987 – 1992 

Federal Teacher F.I.C.S. 1991-1999 


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