The Complete Guide to Fencing
Berndt Barth, Emil Beck
Meyer & Meyer Verlag, 2007 - Sports & Recreation - 366 pages
This is a comprehensive teaching and reference guide to fencing's most important training theories and their applications. All of the teaching methods, scientific findings, training theories and training methods featured in the book are presented in a manner that is easy to understand, and easy to put into practice.
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Preface Dr Thomas Bach
Divided like the country the sport of fencing in post 1945 Germany
2Performance structure performance capacity and performance development
Basic methods of fencing training
Aspects of sports medicine in fencing
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ability activity Alexander Pusch angulated thrust arm extension Arnd Schmitt athletic attack actions basic attacks Bayer 04 Leverkusen behavior bell guard Cornelia Hanisch counter attacks critical measure defensive actions direct attacks disengagement attacks disengagement thrust Elmar Borrmann engagement épée fencing épée Team esquive execution FC Tauberbischofsheim FC feint attack fencer fencing position fencing training final thrust flèche foil fencing footwork goal Harald Hein lesson lunging leg maneuvers Matthias Behr Men’s épée Men’s foil Team monitoring motion sequence OFCBonn Olympic one’s opponent opponent’s opposing blade parry-riposte performance capacity phase possible quarte parry reaction reacts remise attacks requirements riposte Sabine Bau second intention Semi-circular quarte cutover sixte parry skills specific speed step backward step forward step forward-lunge stop hit straight thrust strategic strategic-tactical successful sweep attacks tactical target area Tauberbischofsheim FC Tauberbischofsheim technical technique Thorsten Weidner trainer training process weapon arm Women’s foil Individual workload World Championships wrist Zita Funkenhauser