Tag Archives: Fencing

Accuracy in the form, it really matters?

[Scroll down for the Eng. version] La precisione è un’ossessione di molti artisti marziali, tanto che spesso gli allenamenti finiscono a premiare la forma piuttosto che l’efficacia di un gesto. Essere precisi può in alcuni casi separare un’azione corretta e … Continue reading

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Stop underestimating yourself

Le sfaccettature del carattere influiscono altamente durante l’allenamento, la pratica e la competizione in qualsiasi sport. In un’arte marziale/sport da combattimento come la scherma questo aspetto influisce fortemente, dato che l’unico appiglio e amico a cui possiamo affidarci è la … Continue reading

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The book of the five rings

The book of the five rings, one of the best books to read for every martial artist. In this video I start my analysis of some concepts which we see described in this book. I hope you will enjoy the … 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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Feinting is wrong?? Naah!!!

Skallagrim has uploaded this video about feints, i like Skal works a lot but this time unfortunately he is wrong in its statement. Here is my answer under his video. Stop feinting mean stop tracking and bring away the best … 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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