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Team fencing is a complex, yet fun way to train and compete in the sport of fencing. There are three distinct types of team fencing. Each is great for stamina training and all are good competitive

By: Elizabeth Armstrong l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Mar 13, 2012

Fencing bags come in multiple styles, sizes, and quality levels. Choosing a fencing bag that suits both budget and storage needs requires a fencer to consider a number of factors prior to making a

By: Elizabeth Armstrong l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Feb 12, 2012

As a new fencer, your first fencing competition can be a bit overwhelming. It is always a beehive of activity. Other fencers will help but are often very busy getting themselves prepared for the

By: Elizabeth Armstrong l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Jan 02, 2012
Walter Green

The speed of fencing bouts has increased over the years, and at the same time the amount of time allowed for the bout has decreased. Today the standard for pool bouts is 3 minutes of fencing time,

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Jan 01, 2012
Walter Green

Today it is widely accepted that fencing without electrical scoring equipment, and especially holding tournaments without electrical scoring, is a waste of time. Such dry fencing (also called

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 16, 2011
Walter Green

Countertime actions are what their name implies - actions against time actions employed by your opponent on the fencing strip. Traditional views of countertime often define these actions in terms of

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Oct 23, 2011
Walter Green

Second Intention actions in fencing are intended to create the impression that they are first intention, and then to hit on second intention. So what is first and what is second intention? First

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Oct 16, 2011

The art of swordsmanship has changed over the years since the world continues to become more modern. However, there are still some people who practice traditional sword play. Since swords have been

By: Xavier Dubois l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l May 21, 2011
Lance Winslow

To become a champion fencer takes years of practice, tournaments, and discipline, but what if I told you that it may be possible to speed up the process 3-fold? That is to say that someone in great

By: Lance Winslow l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l May 12, 2011
Jay Granat

Over the years, I have counseled a number of top fencers. Prior to meeting these athletes, I knew very little about this sport. But, my clients taught me many of the basics and some of the subtleties

By: Jay Granat l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Mar 25, 2011

Modern fencing, and specifically British foil fencing, is far eliminated in the logic and apply of historical swordplay. These days the sword fencer is securely clothed and secured, and often

By: Jen Marshel l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Mar 06, 2011
Walter Green

Conventional wisdom among fencers and fencing coaches often holds that the way to win fencing tournaments is to win more bouts and that the way to win more bouts is to score more touches. On the face

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Mar 05, 2011

If fishing is your hobby then you must be well acquainted with the importance of fly reels in fishing. A fisherman who fishes in deep-sea waters or in waters of considerable depth, need the aid of

By: Sturt Clark l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Feb 25, 2011

Fencing is, without a doubt, the best sport in the entire universe. If you've only ever watched it, but never tried, you might want to disagree -- admittedly, it's not the best spectator sport. But

By: Tom Stephenson l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Feb 24, 2011
Andy Pea

Fencing is the sport of kings and considered a science by many who practice the sport. The art of attacking and defending oneself with a foil is one of the oldest sports and has been practiced for

By: Andy Pea l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Feb 20, 2011
Jo R Green

Back in the medieval times there was lots of close combat fighting, they did this during wars and even just for recreational purposes. To this day some people still do fencing as well as sparring;

By: Jo R Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Feb 17, 2011

One of the most elegant sports in the history is the art of fencing which was originated in Greece and Egypt during 1200 BC. As time passes by, this sport has undergone some changes which made it

By: Todd Schankleighter l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Jan 06, 2011
Walter Green

Many fencers step up on the strip with only a rudimentary idea of how they intend to beat their opponent. As a result, the fencer is constantly trying to find a way to hit, shifting from technique to

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 22, 2010
Walter Green

In the first article in this series I introduced the process of teaching the tactical plan for a fencing bout by stressing the importance of teaching the fencer how to gather information through

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 22, 2010
Walter Green

Three classes of fencing actions are commonly termed preparations of the attack: (1) footwork preparations, (2) attacks on the blade, and (3) takings of the blade. The objective in each case is to

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 21, 2010
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Team fencing is a complex, yet fun way to train and compete in the sport of fencing. There are three distinct types of team fencing. Each is great for stamina training and all are good competitive

By: Elizabeth Armstrong l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Mar 13, 2012 lViews: 74 lComments: 0

Fencing bags come in multiple styles, sizes, and quality levels. Choosing a fencing bag that suits both budget and storage needs requires a fencer to consider a number of factors prior to making a

By: Elizabeth Armstrong l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Feb 12, 2012 lViews: 72 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

To become a champion fencer takes years of practice, tournaments, and discipline, but what if I told you that it may be possible to speed up the process 3-fold? That is to say that someone in great

By: Lance Winslow l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l May 12, 2011 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Walter Green

Today it is widely accepted that fencing without electrical scoring equipment, and especially holding tournaments without electrical scoring, is a waste of time. Such dry fencing (also called

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 16, 2011 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Jo R Green

Back in the medieval times there was lots of close combat fighting, they did this during wars and even just for recreational purposes. To this day some people still do fencing as well as sparring;

By: Jo R Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Feb 17, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0

As a new fencer, your first fencing competition can be a bit overwhelming. It is always a beehive of activity. Other fencers will help but are often very busy getting themselves prepared for the

By: Elizabeth Armstrong l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Jan 02, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Walter Green

Countertime actions are what their name implies - actions against time actions employed by your opponent on the fencing strip. Traditional views of countertime often define these actions in terms of

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Oct 23, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Jay Granat

Over the years, I have counseled a number of top fencers. Prior to meeting these athletes, I knew very little about this sport. But, my clients taught me many of the basics and some of the subtleties

By: Jay Granat l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Mar 25, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Walter Green

The speed of fencing bouts has increased over the years, and at the same time the amount of time allowed for the bout has decreased. Today the standard for pool bouts is 3 minutes of fencing time,

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Jan 01, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Walter Green

Second Intention actions in fencing are intended to create the impression that they are first intention, and then to hit on second intention. So what is first and what is second intention? First

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Oct 16, 2011 lViews: 48 lComments: 0

The art of swordsmanship has changed over the years since the world continues to become more modern. However, there are still some people who practice traditional sword play. Since swords have been

By: Xavier Dubois l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l May 21, 2011 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Walter Green

Conventional wisdom among fencers and fencing coaches often holds that the way to win fencing tournaments is to win more bouts and that the way to win more bouts is to score more touches. On the face

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Mar 05, 2011 lViews: 41 lComments: 0

Modern fencing, and specifically British foil fencing, is far eliminated in the logic and apply of historical swordplay. These days the sword fencer is securely clothed and secured, and often

By: Jen Marshel l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Mar 06, 2011 lViews: 41 lComments: 0
Walter Green

Many fencers step up on the strip with only a rudimentary idea of how they intend to beat their opponent. As a result, the fencer is constantly trying to find a way to hit, shifting from technique to

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 22, 2010 lViews: 38 lComments: 0

One of the most elegant sports in the history is the art of fencing which was originated in Greece and Egypt during 1200 BC. As time passes by, this sport has undergone some changes which made it

By: Todd Schankleighter l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Jan 06, 2011 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Walter Green

Three classes of fencing actions are commonly termed preparations of the attack: (1) footwork preparations, (2) attacks on the blade, and (3) takings of the blade. The objective in each case is to

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 21, 2010 lViews: 35 lComments: 0

Fencing is, without a doubt, the best sport in the entire universe. If you've only ever watched it, but never tried, you might want to disagree -- admittedly, it's not the best spectator sport. But

By: Tom Stephenson l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Feb 24, 2011 lViews: 35 lComments: 0
Walter Green

If we accept that strategy in fencing is the selection of objectives, the determination of priorities, and the allocation of resources to achieve overall goals for fencing activity beyond the bout it

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 17, 2010 lViews: 34 lComments: 0

If fishing is your hobby then you must be well acquainted with the importance of fly reels in fishing. A fisherman who fishes in deep-sea waters or in waters of considerable depth, need the aid of

By: Sturt Clark l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
Andy Pea

Fencing is the sport of kings and considered a science by many who practice the sport. The art of attacking and defending oneself with a foil is one of the oldest sports and has been practiced for

By: Andy Pea l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Feb 20, 2011 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
1 2|  
Lance Winslow

To become a champion fencer takes years of practice, tournaments, and discipline, but what if I told you that it may be possible to speed up the process 3-fold? That is to say that someone in great

By: Lance Winslow l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l May 12, 2011 lViews: 56 lComments: 0

Fencing bags come in multiple styles, sizes, and quality levels. Choosing a fencing bag that suits both budget and storage needs requires a fencer to consider a number of factors prior to making a

By: Elizabeth Armstrong l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Feb 12, 2012 lViews: 72 lComments: 0

As a new fencer, your first fencing competition can be a bit overwhelming. It is always a beehive of activity. Other fencers will help but are often very busy getting themselves prepared for the

By: Elizabeth Armstrong l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Jan 02, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0

Team fencing is a complex, yet fun way to train and compete in the sport of fencing. There are three distinct types of team fencing. Each is great for stamina training and all are good competitive

By: Elizabeth Armstrong l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Mar 13, 2012 lViews: 74 lComments: 0
Walter Green

The speed of fencing bouts has increased over the years, and at the same time the amount of time allowed for the bout has decreased. Today the standard for pool bouts is 3 minutes of fencing time,

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Jan 01, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Walter Green

Today it is widely accepted that fencing without electrical scoring equipment, and especially holding tournaments without electrical scoring, is a waste of time. Such dry fencing (also called

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 16, 2011 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Walter Green

Countertime actions are what their name implies - actions against time actions employed by your opponent on the fencing strip. Traditional views of countertime often define these actions in terms of

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Oct 23, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Walter Green

Second Intention actions in fencing are intended to create the impression that they are first intention, and then to hit on second intention. So what is first and what is second intention? First

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Oct 16, 2011 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Walter Green

Conventional wisdom among fencers and fencing coaches often holds that the way to win fencing tournaments is to win more bouts and that the way to win more bouts is to score more touches. On the face

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Mar 05, 2011 lViews: 41 lComments: 0
Walter Green

Many fencers step up on the strip with only a rudimentary idea of how they intend to beat their opponent. As a result, the fencer is constantly trying to find a way to hit, shifting from technique to

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 22, 2010 lViews: 38 lComments: 0
Walter Green

In the first article in this series I introduced the process of teaching the tactical plan for a fencing bout by stressing the importance of teaching the fencer how to gather information through

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 22, 2010 lViews: 30 lComments: 0
Walter Green

Three classes of fencing actions are commonly termed preparations of the attack: (1) footwork preparations, (2) attacks on the blade, and (3) takings of the blade. The objective in each case is to

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 21, 2010 lViews: 35 lComments: 0
Walter Green

If we accept that strategy in fencing is the selection of objectives, the determination of priorities, and the allocation of resources to achieve overall goals for fencing activity beyond the bout it

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 17, 2010 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
Walter Green

Mental training is an integral part of the preparation of athletes for competition in virtually every sport. Because fencing makes significant demands both on the ability of fencers to analyze and

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 17, 2010 lViews: 33 lComments: 0
Walter Green

Most fencing classes, lessons, and practice sessions are time constrained, by the availability of facilities and instructors, and by the time available in the fencers' lives for training for their

By: Walter Green l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Dec 17, 2010 lViews: 29 lComments: 0

The art of swordsmanship has changed over the years since the world continues to become more modern. However, there are still some people who practice traditional sword play. Since swords have been

By: Xavier Dubois l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l May 21, 2011 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Jay Granat

Over the years, I have counseled a number of top fencers. Prior to meeting these athletes, I knew very little about this sport. But, my clients taught me many of the basics and some of the subtleties

By: Jay Granat l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Mar 25, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0

Modern fencing, and specifically British foil fencing, is far eliminated in the logic and apply of historical swordplay. These days the sword fencer is securely clothed and secured, and often

By: Jen Marshel l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Mar 06, 2011 lViews: 41 lComments: 0

If fishing is your hobby then you must be well acquainted with the importance of fly reels in fishing. A fisherman who fishes in deep-sea waters or in waters of considerable depth, need the aid of

By: Sturt Clark l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Feb 25, 2011 lViews: 34 lComments: 0

Fencing is, without a doubt, the best sport in the entire universe. If you've only ever watched it, but never tried, you might want to disagree -- admittedly, it's not the best spectator sport. But

By: Tom Stephenson l Recreation & Sports > Fencing l Feb 24, 2011 lViews: 35 lComments: 0
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