Hello HEMA friends.
In a few hours I will upload the second video of my series “The Swordsman of the Dale” on my Patreon.
In this new video series (which I will upload between 2 and 4 times per month) I will talk (and show, most of the times) the new work that i’ve done during the previous week/weeks. Which will include research, trips, lessons, interpretations, tournaments etc.
I will discuss the results of my work and I will give some advices on how to reach the same goals and/or how to not do the same errors.
Patrons who donate 5$ or more per week will be able to watch it on my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/MalaguttiFederico
Buongiorno amici delle HEMA e praticanti di scherma Storica.
A breve caricherò sulla mia pagina Patreon un nuovo video della serie “The swordsman of the Dale”.
In questa nuova serie, che caricherò in modo regolare (da 2 a 4 volte a settimana) parlerò del mio lavoro, delle mie ricerche, dell’insegnamento, tornei e pratica schermistica. Darò consigli su come ottenere i miei stessi risultati e/o evitare i miei errori.
I patroni che donano 5$ o più al mese potranno vedere questo video cliccando qui: https://www.patreon.com/MalaguttiFederico
Hello HEMA friends, here it is, the third video of my “Incrosada” series. In this video I explain which actions are, in my interpretation, contained into the first two Largo plays of the Fior di Battaglia.
I also explain how I interpreted the plays (and, in some ways, the manual itself) to reach my conclusions.
I hope you will like the video.
Hello HEMA friend! Here is part of my new interpretation of the I.33 counterbind and shielstrike (partial because it change depending in which context it’s used).
I want to spend some words about this action because I.33 SeB community is extremely variegated in terms of ideas, ideals and goals. This is my intepretation of the first counterbind and shieldstrike, which is used as a “Simple attack” or “Botta dritta” of first intention, meant to hit the opponent directly with the shield and control his weapons. As any other simple attack (like thrusts and cuts) it have multiple counters, as the priest describes in the book, nevertheless this is a first brick which gives the foundation of the future actions made with the buckler that I will show in the future.
Posted in I.33, Uncategorized
Tagged buckler, Fencing, Historical fencing, History, Kingdom Come, Martial Arts, Sword and Buckler, Sword and Shield, Swords, swordsmanship
Hello HEMA friends!
Here is my new video about the Right of Way rule, a bit of history, a basic explanation of the rule and some tips on how to use this rule as a tool for training.
I hope you will enjoy it.