November 20th, 2007
When we discuss control in a bout, we are generally not talking about bullying the other fencer around but, rather, establishing a frame.
November 14th, 2007
One of the most poisonous words that can appear in a fencer's mind is "should".
November 10th, 2007
When most fencers and coaches analyze a touch, they look only at the final actions.
November 9th, 2007
How does one judge what is correct or incorrect in fencing?
November 8th, 2007
When I first came back to the US after spending 4 years in Poland, I ended up in the Midwest looking into a coaching offer from a club which has since dissolved.
November 7th, 2007
I think a serious shift in thinking needs to take place in most clubs and with most coaches about how training is structured. It's a shift that I see happening in a handful of clubs, but is still a rarity.
November 6th, 2007
You walk up to a girl, your shoulders slumped, and you mumble something in the hopes that she might like you. What will be her most likely response?
November 5th, 2007
Reaction and its speed are tremendously important in fencing.
November 4th, 2007
Possibly the most important and necessary thing to becoming a superior fencer is the ability to control movement on the strip.
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