How to Do Sabre Fencing Attacks : Developing a False Touch Attack in Sabre Fencing

How to Do Sabre Fencing Attacks : Developing a False Touch Attack in Sabre Fencing


I’m Sharol Pestotnik with Colorado Fencing
Academy. On behalf of Expert Village, I’m here to discuss Sabre Fencing attacks. In
the development of our Feint Touch we have to have a different speed than we might have
in other attacks. As we come down the strip, we want to make sure that our opponent is
going to respond to our feint, or our fake, our deceptive attack. Our speed may be a little,
slightly different to make sure that if I attack, in my fake attack here, that they
respond. So I can see them parry, then I change my direction, and finish my attack.

One Reply to “How to Do Sabre Fencing Attacks : Developing a False Touch Attack in Sabre Fencing”

  1. You shouldn't move your arm backward as as your attacking, I mean after the feint keep your arm stretched and just move your wrist, otherwise it's attack no correct…

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