The Seven Wards

I.33 Is a beautiful system of fighting, which in my opinion is meant to integrate (and not always replace) the “common fencing” mentioned in the manuscript. Movements executed from guard to guard are very import because they create the basic foundation of common fencing which we can see everywhere through history and weapon evolution. So it is important to integrate this part of the fighting to the I.33 repertoire to better understand the options and the solutions which the priest sometime present to us.
This solo drill is just the first basic tool to train part of the “common fencing” actions.

 

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