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He, he. I said *quickie*

Anyhoo. This week has been kicking my butt. After three weeks of absence from work, this is only to be expected.

But it was worth it.

Last night I made fencing practice. I was rather relaxed, and decided to perfect my new techniques. It is working rather well, although I still don't get as many touches as I would like.

Heh, that's only a matter of time.

In the meantime, I am frustrating the heck out of everyone else. That is rather satisfying. And when ballistabob and Seamus tried my own stance against me, I knew I was on to something . . .

This is just too much fun.

Of course, I am not yet satisfied with it. I still need to figure out a more seamless way of combining this with what I already have, but so far I am doing rather well. I even got to correct ballistabob's stance, directing him to put more of the weight on his back leg if he wanted to do this.


Thank you Dante!



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Jan. 11th, 2008 09:28 pm (UTC)
Come to practice on Sunday and do the footwork stuff with Sir Strykar. He is doing amazing things with hips. ;-)
Jan. 11th, 2008 10:00 pm (UTC)
You know that these hips don't lie. Just like Shakira's.
Jan. 12th, 2008 02:11 am (UTC)
Mmmmmmm Shakria... I'll be in my bunk. :-)
Jan. 11th, 2008 10:25 pm (UTC)
You're welcome. Will you be at IB 12th? I'll be happy to geek with you some more.

BTW, "The Book of Martial Combat" is something I cannot recommend highly enough.
Jan. 11th, 2008 10:27 pm (UTC)
Sadly, I will not be at 12th Night. However, I will be at University and KASF. And of course, Ponte Alto Investiture, but I am not sure if our event conflicts with the Caer Mear one :-)

Thanks for the heads up on The Book of Martial Combat. I will check it out.
Jan. 12th, 2008 02:10 am (UTC)
The Book of Martial Combat

What book is this?
Jan. 12th, 2008 04:25 am (UTC)
It's a recent book by Steven J. Pearlman about the physiokinetics of martial arts, and deals mainly with principles rather than things specific to a particular style.

It is *very* enlightening and I've figured out how to do a few things better as a result.
Jan. 14th, 2008 12:25 am (UTC)
Several of us local WMA folks have been playing with this a lot recently. Steve Hick (Sir Strylar) has been working it into some of the training he is doing with local SCA folks. I've been helping out where I can. You will see some of the fruit of this in my Zwerch class.
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