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Frequently Asked Questions

Who can fence?
 
How long before I can have a proper fight?

Do I need to be fit to learn to fence?

Do I need my own equipment?

Is fencing safe?

Does it hurt when you get hit?

What should I wear for fencing?

What are the benefits of fencing?

Why does the Adult class overlap with the junior class?

What happens after I have completed the beginner course?

Why doesn’t Cobham Fencing Club offer taster sessions?

I really enjoyed my beginner and intermediate courses and want to take my fencing to the next level, what can I do?

 


What happens after I have completed the beginner course?

After you have completed your Beginner course you will be invited to attend an Intermediate course where you will build upon the techniques you will have learnt so far and add new, more advanced moves to your repertoire. You will learn more about how to apply your fencing moves in fights and develop more tactical know-how. We will also show you how to improve your fencing-specific fitness with strength and conditioning exercises and speed and coordination drills.

After your Intermediate course you will be able to join the club as a full member, and receive individual lessons within the club sessions in order to build your confidence. When the time is right we will suggest competitions for you to enter if you wish to take your fencing to the next level.



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