Fencing Training

What is a Tournament Experience?

A Tournament Experience is a unique experience because it really depends on each and every one of us. If we can come together and work towards having a tournament experience, we can all walk away with the memories of a wonderful and exciting event!

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How to Analyze a Fight

Learning to analyze a fight is a crucial skill for every fencer. We can all benefit from breaking a fight down into smaller, more manageable pieces.

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Starting Your Own Study

In art, a Study is a drawing, sketch or painting done in preparation for a more elaborate piece. Studies are often used to understand the problems involved and to understand a particular skill or subject in more detail. In this Woodland Watch, we can apply that skill to fencing.

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What Works

Fencing can frustrate us, it can infuriate us, it can confound us and inspire us. There is always more to learn, and I love it!

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Creating a Mind Map

In this weeks Woodland Watch, I want to share a helpful technique to organize your thoughts and is a great exercise for your fencing journal. It’s called Mind Mapping.

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Distillation

Distillation is the process of separating a liquid from chemicals, minerals, and other solids.

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The Power of the “Sleeping Mind”

In each of us there is a mind we use for all our waking deeds. But there is another mind as well, a sleeping mind. It is so powerful that the sleeping mind can accomplish in one second what the waking mind can’t comprehend until afterwards.

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Winter Warrior Challenge

This challenge is meant to help you work on very basic fencing skills for 100 days. That’s just enough time before the fencing season starts again. Simply mark off each day you complete the exercise which will progressively get more and more challenging as time goes on.

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