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Historical European Martial Arts

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The illustrations seem to be geared toward medieval long swords (hand and a halfs and such), but I think the basic strokes could still be applied to some Viking sword techniques. Art Reference Poses, Drawing Reference, Sword Poses, Historical European Martial Arts, Fighting Poses, Martial Arts Techniques, Martial Arts Workout, Sword Fight, Medieval Weapons

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라. 부상(Wounds):1361년, 위즈비 전투에서 참가한 1200구의 시체를 보면, 450구 이상의 시체가 심각한 부상을 보여줬고, 1000구 이상의 시체가 팔, 다리에 심각한 부상을 입었고, 70퍼센트 이상의 시체가 심각한 다리 부상을 보여줬다. 다리 부상 중 가장 많은 것은 아래쪽 다리 부상으로, 대부분의 시체가 먼저 다리에 부상을 입고, 방어를

Fecht Club: New York's Women Warriors Kick Ass With Historical European Martial Arts German Longsword, Live By The Sword, Broad Sword, Historical European Martial Arts, Character Inspiration, Character Design, Female Knight, Medieval Weapons, New York

Fecht Club: New York's Women Warriors Kick Ass | The Village Voice

“This is what’s happening: I’m going to hit this guy.” Listening to Tanya Smith talk about her longsword fighting strategy is like hearing a battle-scarred...

Guard positions from the Dusackfechten of Joachim Meyer, Sixteenth Century German Freifechter. Historical European Martial Arts, Historical Photos, German Longsword, Samurai, Medieval, Marshal Arts, Renaissance, Fighting Poses, Arm Art

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A little bit outdated Zornhau and associated techniques with longsword from Lichtenauers Kunst des Fechtens: Zornhau ort, Bis stercker, Nym es nyder, Oben ab. Martial Arts Club, Martial Arts Weapons, German Longsword, Historical European Martial Arts, Anime Crafts, Art Of Manliness, Sword Fight, Sword Art, Medieval Fantasy

Longsword techniques: zornhau, oben abnehmen, duplieren, mutieren

Warning: the volume is too loud now.A little bit outdated Zornhau and associated techniques with longsword from Lichtenauers Kunst des Fechtens: Zornhau ort,...

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About the Association for Renaissance Martial Arts

16th Century German sword techniques

Presentation of Johannes Lichtenauer's Kunst des Fechtens techniques by TSC (Gesellschaft Lichtenauers). Info about used swords is attached at the very end o. Historical European Martial Arts, Fight Techniques, Survival, Sword Fight, Kendo, Aikido, Medieval Fantasy, Pose Reference, Medieval Costume

Longsword techniques: Zwerchhau, absetzen, nachreissen

Presentation of Johannes Lichtenauer's Kunst des Fechtens techniques by TSC (Gesellschaft Lichtenauers). Info about used swords is attached at the very end o...

There's no way a T-Rex could parry and riposte with a lunge and hit anything but himself ; Fencing Equipment, Fencing Sport, Fencing Mask, Historical European Martial Arts, Cosplay Anime, Combat Sport, Crazy Socks, T Rex, Fence

There's no way a T-Rex could parry and riposte with a lunge and hit anything but himself ;-p

Please read: After a year Bratislavsky sermiarsky spolok brings you a new video. This time we tried to cover something which is rather rare to be seen on YT . German Longsword, Fencing Lessons, Historical European Martial Arts, Landsknecht, Martial Arts Weapons, Hand To Hand Combat, Sword Fight, Medieval Weapons, Steel Art

Longsword techniques: Zwerchhau, absetzen, nachreissen

Presentation of Johannes Lichtenauer's Kunst des Fechtens techniques by TSC (Gesellschaft Lichtenauers). Info about used swords is attached at the very end o...

A Sword Capture with a Cut Fencing Sword, The Fencer, Historical European Martial Arts, Story Drawing, Sword Fight, Mystery Of History, Renaissance Art, Western Art, Middle Ages

A disarm and its counter. From a high crossing of the swords, the fencer on the left has clamped the blades together with his hand and hooked his hilt and arm under his enemy's sword. By twisting to his right and stepping back with his lead foot, he could wrench his enemy's sword out of his hands. The fencer on the right stops him by standing on his foot so he can't step back.