Category Archives: HEMA related

BHFM – Projects and goals

La prima edizione del Borgosesia Historical Fencing Meeting è finita da poco, ed è il momento di valutarne i risultati e i progetti per il futuro. Obiettivo: Formazione e crescita dello schermidore. Obiettivo di questo evento è dare una formazione … Continue reading

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Interpreting I.33

Hi Friends! In this video I talk about a number of errors and misconceptions that can be made during the interpretation of the I.33 manuscript. In fact, this is one of the less realistic fencing manuscript that we have, is … Continue reading

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Patreon Campaign – New Article

My new article – Why I have reintroduced the Gambeson into my practice: Reasons, Benefits, Faults and Necessities. – In which I analyze the motivations why I have resumed the practice with the gambeson is now online on Patreon. Patrons … Continue reading

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Archery??

“A swordsman with A bow” is a video in which I explain how the traditional archery has positively influenced my martial arts practice. In fact, in many respects, the archery itself is a martial art. With this video I hope … Continue reading

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Some news!

Hello, dear followers Some news on my Patreon page: I’ve changed a number of rewards (and by changed i mean improved), now all my Patrons from 1$ to 100$ will get the chance to send me a private sparring video … Continue reading

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Historical Fencing – Italia

ITA – Con questo video comincia un piccolo progetto che spero mi accompagnerà nei prossimi anni: L’esplorazione e la “promozione” (nei limiti delle potenzialità del mio piccolo canale) della Scherma Storica Italiana. Per comodità e sano campanilismo sono partito dal … Continue reading

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From KcD to HEMA. Pt-1 Training method

My first video comparing KcD to HEMA, in this first chapter, a trait of the “teaching method” that Captain Bernard (Rattay’s master of arms) uses to prepare the young protagonist Henry for the use of the sword. I had a … Continue reading

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