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A New Direction

April 6th, 2012 | No Comments

It’s been a long time since I did any updating to this blog. Since I’m not giving as many lessons as before, I’m going to start using this blog for my thoughts on all forms of fencing. In all probability these will focus on the intersections between Classical, Modern and Historical fencing. As the October [...]

Random Actions from Fencing Master’s Exams

May 11th, 2010 | 1 Comment

These are most of the random actions asked of Provost candidates David Coblenz and David Cogley at the May 8, 2010 Fencing Masters Program exams. Where possible I have included both the called action and the action as it was taught. I’ve also tried to include the Maestro who asked for each action. These are [...]

WMAW retrospective

October 6th, 2009 | 3 Comments

It’s been a week since WMAW and I’m finally amost caught up on sleep. For those who don’t know, WMAW is the Western Martial Arts Workshop, a four day western martial arts conference at the DeKoven Center in Racine, WI. I had the most amazing and wonderful time.¬† In addition to seeing guys who I [...]

Introduction

July 17th, 2009 | No Comments

Hi, I’m Kevin and this is my blog. I am a fencing coach at Davis Fencing Academy, the Epee coach for the UC Davis Fencing Club, and an historical fencer. I hold¬† a Provost at Arms certificate from the San Jose State Fencing Masters Program. My fencing life is wide and varied. My focus is [...]

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I am a fencing coach at Davis Fencing Academy, the Epee coach for the UC Davis Fencing Club, and an historical fencer. I hold a Provost at Arms certificate from the San Jose State Fencing Masters Program.

This blog contains my musings on historical fencing, and a record of private lessons given to my students.

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