June 30, 2017

Reprinted with permission from Academy of Fencing Masters - It’s not uncommon for parents to think that their child has “aged out” of competitive fencing. Many parents think that if they’re child hasn’t started fencing when they’re very young, that they’ve somehow missed the boat for being major competitors in the arena of fencing. Many parents think that a child who is 14 or 15, or even 10 or 11...

March 8, 2017

There is a growing body of research showing that sports like Fencing, i.e. those that requires fast decisions, places high demands on visual attention and requires fast reactions, are good for young and old brains. In a previous blog post, "Is Fencing the Answer to Brain Health?" we reprinted an article from the Washington Post that talks about various studies in this area...

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