CREATING CHAMPIONS IN FENCING 

Class Schedule – Best Fencing School

Welcome to the Best Fencing School in Central Florida!  Walk-ins are welcome at all of our practices, so come down and check us out! Set an appointment for a time that fits your schedule!

 

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
Scheduled Practice
Normal Conditioning & Fencing Class

*Private Lessons by appointment only for non-members
12:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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Sat, Sun
Weekend Practice
Extensive conditioning & Fencing Class

*Private Lessons by appointment only for non-members
09:00 am – 03:00 pm

Fencing is a group of three sports related to fighting. Modern fencing’s three styles are foil, epée, and sabre (also sabre); winning points are made by contact with an adversary by the weapon. A fourth discipline, singlestick, appeared in the Olympics of 1904 but was dropped afterwards and is not part of modern fencing. Fencing was one of the Olympics ‘ first sports to play. Modern sport arose at the end of the 19th century on the basis of the traditional skills of swordsmanship, with the Italian school modifying the historic European martial art of classical fencing, and the French school refining the Italian system later. 

Fencing is the swordplay recreational sport that people of all ages can enjoy and offers a multitude of advantages.Fencing is a mental and physical exercise in which fencing workers learn to tackle opponents of different levels of skills and increase their physical resilience, agility and accuracy. Trust and sport are gained through fencing participation and extended across other lifestyles. As a young person or adult, you can start fenceing –for recreation, exercise and competitive practice. 

Fencing’s three weapons are shield, sabre, and epeé. The object of fencing is to score a point or touch by hitting the target of your opponent with your weapon before they get the touch of scoring on you, but with each weapon the rules, strategies and target areas differ to make the games distinct. As such, most fencers develop a preference and skill for one weapon over the other, but many enjoy the challenge and diversion of once in a while taking on a fight in another weapon, or even developing skills in a second weapon. A rare fencer in all three weapons is an expert!