The second app in out mini-series is Fencing Freaks – a new tool for tracking your HEMA performance, statistics, and tournaments data. Jakub: Who is it for? Daniel Zub, creator of Fencing Freaks: With Fencing Freaks, you are able to … Continue reading Fencing Freaks – Endomondo for HEMA
In most countries, Covid restrictions are being lifted. No one knows for how long, but this is a chance for plenty of HEMA clubs to reopen. Tamás Kelemen, from Hungarian club “Kard Rendje” (Order of the Sword) tells us how … Continue reading Tamás Kelemen: “I’m dedicated to Olympic fencing methodology”
While various fencers have entire spectrum of different views on source material for HEMA, last video of YouTuber Shadiversity video is even more surprising. Is his talk, he responses to previous Matt Easton’s point about the letter “H” in the … Continue reading Video Digest #16 – Are treatises our only source?
The beloved HEMA wiki – Wiktenauer – is getting regular updates on one of the most well-known German masters recently, since the new 1570 manuscript of his came out. The latest one is the transcription of the Meyer’s chapter about … Continue reading Scholarly Digest: Meyer in both hands