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answered What's the physics behind checking kicks?
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revised Is it better to start out with a light weapon?
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comment Exercises for strengthening arms, wrists and fingers with the intent of sword use
Yes, I Can see that. I will take a look at your edit. Thanks once again!
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comment Exercises for strengthening arms, wrists and fingers with the intent of sword use
Thanks for the answer! I'll keep this in mind as well, and also check out the book(s) you mentioned!
Dec
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comment Exercises for strengthening arms, wrists and fingers with the intent of sword use
Thanks a lot for the increadibly elaborate answer!
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accepted Exercises for strengthening arms, wrists and fingers with the intent of sword use
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asked Exercises for strengthening arms, wrists and fingers with the intent of sword use
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accepted Is it better to start out with a light weapon?
Dec
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comment Is it better to start out with a light weapon?
Thank you for the elaboration! I will keep this in mind when picking a sword for training!
Dec
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comment Is it better to start out with a light weapon?
You say "In general yes". Does this mean that there are exceptions, or was it just a figure of speech?
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awarded  Editor
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revised Is it better to start out with a light weapon?
corrected spelling
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asked Is it better to start out with a light weapon?
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comment The use and historical authenticity of a 9 hook broadsword
Yes, it is. I'd estimate that it's about 9cm closest to the guard, and about 15-20cm at it's broadest. And I agree, it does resemble a guandao, even in blade length. Thank you once again, I will keep you posted if I discover something!
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comment The use and historical authenticity of a 9 hook broadsword
This sounds quite reasonable, thank you!
Dec
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comment The use and historical authenticity of a 9 hook broadsword
Thanks a lot! It sounds to me that what you say might well be true. I will start looking for references and manuals of the 9 ring broadsword instead then!
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accepted The use and historical authenticity of a 9 hook broadsword