Category Archives: Training

Longsword Sparring

This is a sparring which I had with Connor Immonen, a Canadian Fencer who came to visit me here in Valsesia. Connor had 25 Hours of personal training and sparring with me during the past week. At the end of … Continue reading

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The Seven Wards

I’ve just added on my Patreon page the video with the explanation of the plays contained in my “Seven wards solo-drill”. Patrons who donate 5$ or more can watch it by clicking here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/seven-wards-17515869 Here is the solo-drill video, which … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Thibault

A new experience!

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I.33 Basics – #1

In the sword and buckler fencing direct cuts from the wards are a suicide, but it’s still important to train how to counter this kind of basic actions. Here I show the most direct way to deal with this simple … Continue reading

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I.33 Sparring Video

I’m quite proud of this new sparring video, in the last months I have slightly changed a number of interpretations in my I.33 practice. I have simplified a number of actions too. This is the first sparring video where my … Continue reading

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I.33 Sparring

My new sparring video against my student Mattia and my fellow Instructor Fabio is now online, it will become public on Sunday. Patrons who pledge 1$ or more can watch it on my Patreon page by clicking this link here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/16617510 … Continue reading

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