FENCING CLASSES FOR HOMESCHOOLING FAMILIES
Classes in East Denver, on Colfax 5 Blocks west of Monaco.
You will be asked to set up an account and agree to a waiver - see details below.
All equipment is provided
Wear comfortable clothing, long pants and athletic shoes and bring a water bottle.
Come to a Homeschool fencing class at Cheyenne Fencing Club
TIME: 1 - 2 pm;
If you have fun and like it, you can sign up to come to more classes each Wednesday at 1 pm for classes just for CHEC students.
CLASS DATES & TIME: 1-2 pm December 7th, 14th & 21st, January 4th & 11th - classes beyond this date are to be determined based on the interest and needs of the CHEC homeschooled Students Community.
COST OF CLASSES: $25 per class.
Have fun learning the skills and rules of fencing and competing against your CHEC peers in fencing bouts on the fencing piste. Above all, students learn to play hard, respect others, focus on the task at hand, and build self-esteem. Fencing increases reflexes, mental acuity and conditioning.
Can’t make the 30th? Just register your interest for future classes or call Elaine on 720 388 4225.
Students please bring water bottle and wear covered comfortable shoes and long pants.
Unlike many other sports, fencing provides an opportunity for students to compete at the college level, even earning scholarships to do so.
They can compete on Local, State, National, and International levels depending on the dreams and goals of the student.
Fencing is becoming one of the most popular sporting programs in Denver.
The kids love it, sword fighting classes, who wouldn't?
You will love it too because it keeps the kids active and stimulates their brain with something different.
Skills taught at fencing classes:
Instruction on fencing tactics
Exercises throughout fencing program include:
Warm up exercises
Games and exercises to help with coordination and timing
Why parents will love this fencing sport for their kids
Physically challenging with low risk of injury - studies have shown that fencing, at the highest competitive levels has one of the lowest time out for injury than other sports.
Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine. 18(2):137-142, March 2008.
The mental intensity and the physical challenge of this sport, involving a lot of quick reflexes and strategic thinking, fully engages most gamers. Finally, parents have a healthy alternative for the Wii, Xbox or Playstation.
Ideal for kids with ADD. (see more about how fencing is good for kids with learning differences.)
Strengthens the muscles in the forearm and hand that help with precision and speed of writing.
Competition with manners - through the classic elements of fencing like the salute and the handshake we always insist on respect for your opponent.
We celebrate differences as we teach that being successful in fencing has nothing to do with your age, size, shape or gender.
Self confidence as the fencer is taught they must make all their own tactical and strategic decisions in a bout.
Poise including body awareness, balance and stance is taught from day one.
Patience is a virtue that every fencer learns as they must wait for the right moment to attack.
Strategy, swiftness and precision -“Fencing is an intensive physical replica of a computer game in which the mind must race quickly to meet the unforeseen challenges.”
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