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                                                                                              David M. Cvet - Art of Longsword Combat

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                                                                                              David M. Cvet - Art of Longsword Combat
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                                                                                              Table of Contents FORWARD .................................................................................................................................................................. 10
                                                                                              TRAINING OVERVIEW......................................................................................................................................... 11
                                                                                              TRAINING OBJECTIVES: ........................................................................................................................................... 11
                                                                                              BASIC PRINCIPLES.................................................................................................................................................... 12
                                                                                              SAFETY PRECAUTIONS............................................................................................................................................. 13
                                                                                              TRAINING PROGRAM STRUCTURE............................................................................................................... 14
                                                                                              1.0 EXERCISE FORMS............................................................................................................................................... 14
                                                                                              2.0 OTHER WEAPONS TRAINING............................................................................................................................ 15
                                                                                              3.0 DEPLOYMENT OF STRIKES AND GUARDS........................................................................................................ 15
                                                                                              4.0 FOLGEN (SWORD DRILLS)................................................................................................................................ 15
                                                                                              5.0 REIHENFOLGEN (SWORD SEQUENCES)............................................................................................................ 16
                                                                                              6.0 FECHTEN (FIGHTING ENGAGEMENTS).............................................................................................................16
                                                                                              RANKING AND SKILL COMPETENCY .......................................................................................................... 17
                                                                                              RANKS AND THEIR ATTRIBUTES............................................................................................................................ 18 ...............................................................................................................................................................................18
                                                                                              Attributes of a Recruit...................................................................................................................................... 18
                                                                                              Responsibilities of a Recruit ............................................................................................................................. 18
                                                                                              Skill Development and Training Specifications for Recruit ............................................................................. 19 Theoretical:................................................................................................................................................. 19
                                                                                              Martial: ....................................................................................................................................................... 19
                                                                                              Recruit Training Points .................................................................................................................................... 19 ...............................................................................................................................................................................20
                                                                                              Attributes of Scholler....................................................................................................................................... 20
                                                                                              Responsibilities of a Scholler........................................................................................................................... 20
                                                                                              Requirements to obtain Scholler Designation................................................................................................... 20
                                                                                              Skill Development and Training Specifications for Scholler........................................................................... 21 Theoretical:................................................................................................................................................. 21
                                                                                              Martial: ....................................................................................................................................................... 21
                                                                                              Scholler Training Points .............................................................................................................................. 21 ...............................................................................................................................................................................22
                                                                                              Attributes of Free Scholler............................................................................................................................... 22
                                                                                              Responsibilities of a Free Scholler.................................................................................................................... 22
                                                                                              Requirements to obtain Free Scholler Designation........................................................................................... 23
                                                                                              Skill Development and Training Specifications for Free Scholler................................................................... 23 Theoretical:................................................................................................................................................. 23
                                                                                              Martial: ....................................................................................................................................................... 23
                                                                                              Free Scholler Training Points ...................................................................................................................... 23 ...............................................................................................................................................................................24
                                                                                               Attributes of a Provost..................................................................................................................................... 24
                                                                                              Responsibilities of Provost............................................................................................................................... 24
                                                                                              Requirements to obtain Provost Designation.................................................................................................... 25
                                                                                              The Art of Longsword Combat – Book #1 NOT FOR RE-SALE Copyright Ó 2001 A.E.M.M.A. 5 6/26/01 ...............................................................................................................................................................................26
                                                                                              Criteria of the Candidate for the rank of Maestro ............................................................................................. 26
                                                                                              OVERVIEW OF HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS REFERENCED ........................................................... 27
                                                                                              FIORE DEI LIBERI, 1410........................................................................................................................................... 27
                                                                                               "UNKNOWN”, C1470 ............................................................................................................................................... 28
                                                                                              HANS TALHOFFER, 1467 ......................................................................................................................................... 28
                                                                                              CAMILLO AGRIPPA, 1568........................................................................................................................................ 30
                                                                                              GIACOMO DI GRASSI, 1594..................................................................................................................................... 30
                                                                                              VINCENTIO SAVIOLO, 1595 .................................................................................................................................... 30
                                                                                               GEORGE SILVER, 1599 ............................................................................................................................................ 31
                                                                                              JAKOB SUTOR, 1612 ................................................................................................................................................ 31
                                                                                              MESS. H. ANGELO AND SON, 1790........................................................................................................................ 32
                                                                                               ALFRED HUTTON, 1889........................................................................................................................................... 32
                                                                                              ALFRED HUTTON, 1892........................................................................................................................................... 32
                                                                                              BRIEF HISTORY OF ARMOUR.......................................................................................................................... 33
                                                                                              11TH CENTURY ARMS AND ARMOUR (TO APPROXIMATELY 1066 AD) ............................................................. 33
                                                                                              12TH CENTURY ARMS AND ARMOUR (TO APPROXIMATELY 1180 AD) ............................................................. 34
                                                                                              13TH CENTURY ARMS AND ARMOUR (TO APPROXIMATELY 1275 AD) ............................................................. 35
                                                                                              14TH CENTURY ARMS AND ARMOUR (TO APPROXIMATELY 1385 AD) ............................................................. 36
                                                                                              15TH CENTURY ARMS AND ARMOUR (TO APPROXIMATELY 1499 AD) ............................................................. 37
                                                                                               ARMOUR NOMENCLATURE............................................................................................................................. 38
                                                                                               ANATOMY OF THE SWORD ............................................................................................................................... 40
                                                                                              PHYSICS OF THE SWORD.......................................................................................................................................... 41
                                                                                              Center of Percussion .........................................................................................................................................41
                                                                                               Balance Point from Guard ...............................................................................................................................41
                                                                                              THE GRIP FOR THE LONGSWORD ................................................................................................................. 41
                                                                                              THEORY AND HISTORY...................................................................................................................................... 43
                                                                                              1) Fiore dei Liberi – 1410...............................................................................................................................43
                                                                                              2) Hans Talhoffer – 1467.................................................................................................................................43
                                                                                              3) Giacomo di Grassi – 1594...........................................................................................................................44
                                                                                               4) George Silver – 1599...................................................................................................................................44
                                                                                               
                                                                                               The Four True Times ....................................................................................................................................... 45
                                                                                               The Four False Times ...................................................................................................................................... 45
                                                                                              The Four Grounds............................................................................................................................................ 45
                                                                                              The Four Governors ......................................................................................................................................... 45
                                                                                              5) Sigmund Ringeck – c1389 – 1440..............................................................................................................46 Footwork.......................................................................................................................................................... 46
                                                                                              Tactical Basics ................................................................................................................................................. 47
                                                                                              1.0 GRAPPLING (ABRAZARE ) TECHNIQUES ............................................................................................ 49 INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................................................... 49
                                                                                              1.1 GENERAL GRAPPLING FUNDAMENTALS........................................................................................................ 49
                                                                                              1.1.1 Neck & Elbow Hold (L & R).................................................................................................................50
                                                                                              1.1.2 Diagonal Hold (L & R)..........................................................................................................................50
                                                                                              1.1.3 Back Hold................................................................................................................................................50
                                                                                              1.1.4 Belt Hold..................................................................................................................................................51
                                                                                              1.1.5 Grappling Drills......................................................................................................................................51
                                                                                              Level #1............................................................................................................................................................ 51
                                                                                              The Art of Longsword Combat – Book #1 NOT FOR RE-SALE Copyright Ó 2001 A.E.M.M.A. 6 6/26/01 Level #2............................................................................................................................................................ 52
                                                                                               Level #3............................................................................................................................................................ 52
                                                                                              1.1.6 Fundamental Throws .............................................................................................................................52
                                                                                              Hip/Thigh Throw (L/R)................................................................................................................................... 52
                                                                                              Under-arm Gravity Throw (L/R)...................................................................................................................... 53
                                                                                              1.2 ABRAZARE TECHNIQUES................................................................................................................................. 54
                                                                                               1.2.1 Four Guards (quattro posta).................................................................................................................54
                                                                                               1.2.2 Abrazare – Master #1 (wrestling techniques) ..................................................................................56
                                                                                              1.2.3 Abrazare – Master #2 (counter techniques) ......................................................................................57
                                                                                              1.2.4 Abrazare – Master #3 (more counter techniques)............................................................................60
                                                                                              1.3 TRANSITIONAL TRAINING............................................................................................................................... 61
                                                                                              2.0 DAGGER (DAGA) TECHNIQUES ................................................................................................................ 62 INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................................................... 62
                                                                                              1) dagger attack è ward and strike...............................................................................................................62
                                                                                              2) dagger attack è ward and throw..............................................................................................................62
                                                                                              3) dagger attack è ward, disarm and strike................................................................................................63
                                                                                              3.0 LONGSWORD (SPADA LONGA) TECHNIQUES ..................................................................................... 64
                                                                                               3.1 FOOTWORK........................................................................................................................................................ 64
                                                                                              George Silver, 1599......................................................................................................................................... 64
                                                                                              Giacomo Di Grassi, 1594................................................................................................................................. 65
                                                                                              1) Basic Footwork & Stance...........................................................................................................................65
                                                                                              1. Proper and stable stance, foot placement...................................................................................................... 65
                                                                                              2. Passing (pass) step ....................................................................................................................................... 66
                                                                                              3. Gathered step................................................................................................................................................ 66
                                                                                              4. Traverse (slope step).................................................................................................................................... 67
                                                                                               2) Footwork drills.............................................................................................................................................68
                                                                                              3) Sword Handling............................................................................................................................................68
                                                                                               3.2 INTRODUCTION TO STRIKES AND GUARDS.................................................................................................... 69
                                                                                               3.3 THE GUARDS (POSTA) ...................................................................................................................................... 70
                                                                                              3.3.1 High Guard ..............................................................................................................................................71
                                                                                               3.3.2 Middle Guard...........................................................................................................................................72
                                                                                              3.3.3 Low Guard ...............................................................................................................................................73
                                                                                              Half Iron Gate (porta di ferro mezana)............................................................................................................. 74
                                                                                              Full Iron Gate (tutta porta di ferro).................................................................................................................. 74
                                                                                               Half Boar's Tooth (denti di cinghiale mezana)................................................................................................. 75
                                                                                              Full Boar's Tooth (tutta denti di cinghiale)....................................................................................................... 75
                                                                                              3.3.4 Hanging Guard........................................................................................................................................76
                                                                                              Guard of the Window....................................................................................................................................... 77
                                                                                              Guard of the Woman........................................................................................................................................ 78
                                                                                               3.3.5 Long Guard ..............................................................................................................................................79
                                                                                              3.3.6 Tail Guard ................................................................................................................................................80
                                                                                              3.3.7 Two-horned Guard .................................................................................................................................81
                                                                                               3.4 THE STRIKES (COLPI)....................................................................................................................................... 82
                                                                                               3.4.1 Downward Vertical Strike.......................................................................................................................82
                                                                                               Variation of the downward vertical cut............................................................................................................. 83
                                                                                               Alternative starting guards for the downward vertical strike............................................................................ 84
                                                                                              High Guard....................................................................................................................................................... 84
                                                                                               Low Guard ....................................................................................................................................................... 84
                                                                                              Hanging Guard ................................................................................................................................................. 84
                                                                                               Tail Guard ........................................................................................................................................................ 84
                                                                                              3.4.2: Oblique Downward Strike......................................................................................................................85
                                                                                              Variations of the Oblique Downward Strike..................................................................................................... 86
                                                                                              Alternative starting guards for the oblique downward strike............................................................................ 86
                                                                                              High Guard....................................................................................................................................................... 87
                                                                                              Low Guard ....................................................................................................................................................... 87
                                                                                               Hanging Guard ................................................................................................................................................. 87
                                                                                              Tail Guard ........................................................................................................................................................ 87
                                                                                              The Art of Longsword Combat – Book #1 NOT FOR RE-SALE Copyright Ó 2001 A.E.M.M.A. 7 6/26/01 3.4.3: Horizontal Strike.....................................................................................................................................88
                                                                                              Variations of the Horizontal Strike................................................................................................................... 89
                                                                                              Alternative starting guards for the horizontal strike ......................................................................................... 89
                                                                                              High Guard....................................................................................................................................................... 90
                                                                                              Low Guard ....................................................................................................................................................... 90
                                                                                              Hanging Guard ................................................................................................................................................. 90
                                                                                              Tail Guard ........................................................................................................................................................ 90
                                                                                               3.4.4: Oblique Upward Strike..........................................................................................................................91
                                                                                              Variations of the Oblique Upward Strike ......................................................................................................... 92
                                                                                              Alternative starting guards for the oblique upward strike................................................................................. 92
                                                                                              High Guard....................................................................................................................................................... 93
                                                                                               Low Guard ....................................................................................................................................................... 93
                                                                                               Hanging Guard ................................................................................................................................................. 93
                                                                                              Tail Guard ........................................................................................................................................................ 93
                                                                                               3.4.5: Upward Vertical Strike..........................................................................................................................94
                                                                                              4.0 SOLO TRAINING EXERCISES ..................................................................................................................... 95
                                                                                              4.1 SWORD CONTROL - "THE PIPE”........................................................................................................................ 95
                                                                                               4.2 CUTTING EXERCISE WITH SHARPS AND PELL................................................................................................. 96
                                                                                              4.3 HORIZONTAL TEST CUTTING USING A PELL..................................................................................................... 97
                                                                                              4.4 THE "MOULINET”............................................................................................................................................. 98
                                                                                              4.5 SPATIAL AWARENESS TRAINING................................................................................................................... 100
                                                                                              The Gauntlet.....................................................................................................................................................100
                                                                                              5.0 PAIRS -ORIENTED TRAINING – FOLGEN (DRILLS)....................................................................... 101 INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................................................................... 101
                                                                                              5.1: PHASE 1 (SINGLE STRIKE è SINGLE WARD – WITH RESET )...................................................................... 102
                                                                                              Downward vertical strike (1) - guard of the window left/right ................................................................103
                                                                                              Oblique downward strike right (2) - guard of the window right..............................................................104
                                                                                              Horizontal strike (3) - middle guard............................................................................................................105
                                                                                              Oblique upward strike (4) – tooth of the boar............................................................................................106
                                                                                              Oblique upward strike (6) – guard of the half iron gate..........................................................................107
                                                                                              Horizontal strike (7) - middle guard............................................................................................................107
                                                                                              oblique downward strike (8) - guard of the window..................................................................................108
                                                                                              Alternative Starting Guards..........................................................................................................................108
                                                                                              5.2: PHASE 2 (DOUBLE CUT è DOUBLE GUARD – WITH RESET )...................................................................... 110
                                                                                               Next Anchor Point......................................................................................................................................... 116
                                                                                               5.3: PHASE 3 (RECIPROCAL EXCHANGE OFFENSE è DEFENSE) ....................................................................... 119
                                                                                              IN CONCLUSION ................................................................................................................................................... 126
                                                                                              Note from AEMMA....................................................................................................................................... 126
                                                                                              APPENDIX A - TRAINING OPENING AND CLOSURE............................................................................ 127
                                                                                              FORMAL TRAINING OPENING............................................................................................................................... 127
                                                                                              FORMAL TRAINING CLOSURE............................................................................................................................... 128
                                                                                              APPENDIX B - SUGGESTED AND EXAMPLE WARM-UPS EXERCISES ........................................ 129
                                                                                              B.1 INITIALIZATION OF THE PRACTICE ............................................................................................................... 129
                                                                                              B.2 INITIAL POSITIONING AND EXERCISE START.............................................................................................. 129
                                                                                              B.3 HAND/WRIST EXERCISES............................................................................................................................... 130
                                                                                              Exercise 1: Finger-hand flexibility - "finger whip”..................................................................................130
                                                                                              Exercise 2: Hand-wrist flexibility - "wrist twist”.......................................................................................130
                                                                                              Exercise 3: Hand strength enhancement - "5-finger spread” ................................................................. 130
                                                                                              Exercise 4: Hand strength enhancement - "finger clap”..........................................................................131
                                                                                              B.4 HEAD/NECK EXERCISES................................................................................................................................. 131
                                                                                              Exercise 1: Head-neck flexibility - "neck stretch”.....................................................................................131
                                                                                              Exercise 2: Neck strengthening - "neck isometric” - optional................................................................131
                                                                                              The Art of Longsword Combat – Book #1 NOT FOR RE-SALE Copyright Ó 2001 A.E.M.M.A. 8 6/26/01 B.5 UPPER BODY EXERCISES............................................................................................................................... 132
                                                                                              Exercise 1: Upper torso flexibility - "torso twist”.....................................................................................132
                                                                                               Exercise 2: Shoulder flexibility - "windmill”..............................................................................................132
                                                                                              Exercise 3: Shoulder/elbow flexibility - "tarzan”......................................................................................133
                                                                                              Exercise 4: Balance and strength - "partner push”..................................................................................133
                                                                                              B.6 LOWER BODY EXERCISES.............................................................................................................................. 134
                                                                                               Exercise 1: Knee/hip flexibility.....................................................................................................................134
                                                                                               B.7 SWORD-ASSISTED EXERCISES....................................................................................................................... 135
                                                                                               Exercise 1: Grip and gravity-assist wrist rotation.....................................................................................135
                                                                                              Exercise 2: Grip and anti-gravity wrist rotation........................................................................................136
                                                                                              Exercise 3: Forearm & elbow focus.............................................................................................................137
                                                                                              Exercise 4: Shoulder and grip focus.............................................................................................................138
                                                                                               Exercise 5: Shoulder stamina........................................................................................................................139
                                                                                              Exercise 6: Grip and shoulder exercise - "figure "8”..............................................................................140
                                                                                              Exercise 7: Upper torso flexibility - "sword-assisted twist”....................................................................141
                                                                                              Exercise 8: Sword control - "the baton” (optional).................................................................................142
                                                                                              APPENDIX C - AUGMENTING TRAINING.................................................................................................. 143
                                                                                              Aeorbic Endurance.........................................................................................................................................143
                                                                                              Weight Training...............................................................................................................................................145
                                                                                               APPENDIX D - SCHOLLER TEST.................................................................................................................... 148 INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................................................................... 148
                                                                                              1.0 KNOWLEDGE BASE: ........................................................................................................................................ 148
                                                                                              2.0 SKILLS BASE: ................................................................................................................................................... 149 BIBLIOGRAPHY..................................................................................................................................................... 150
                                                                                               HISTORICAL TREATISES REFERENCED................................................................................................................. 150
                                                                                              CONTEMPORARY SOURCES REFERENCED........................................................................................................... 150
                                                                                               List of Figures Figure 1 Eleventh Century Knight .................................................................................... 33
                                                                                              Figure 2 (left) Armouring of the 12th Century.................................................................. 34
                                                                                              Figure 3 Introduction of the surcoat.................................................................................. 34
                                                                                               Figure 4 Armouring of the 13th Century........................................................................... 35
                                                                                               Figure 5 Armouring of the 14th Century........................................................................... 36
                                                                                              Figure 6 Armouring of the 15th Century........................................................................... 37
                                                                                              Figure 7 Anatomy of the sword ........................................................................................ 40
                                                                                               Figure 8 Strike Angles ...................................................................................................... 69
                                                                                              Figure 9 high guard ........................................................................................................... 71
                                                                                              Figure 10 middle guard ..................................................................................................... 72
                                                                                              Figure 11 low guard .......................................................................................................... 73
                                                                                              Figure 12 hanging guard ................................................................................................... 76
                                                                                              Figure 13 guard of the window......................................................................................... 77
                                                                                              Figure 14 guard of the woman.......................................................................................... 78
                                                                                              Figure 15 long guard ......................................................................................................... 79
                                                                                              Figure 16 tail guard ........................................................................................................... 80
                                                                                              Figure 17 two-horned guard............................................................................................. 81
                                                                                               Figure 18 downward vertical strike .................................................................................. 82
                                                                                               The Art of Longsword Combat – Book #1 NOT FOR RE-SALE Copyright Ó 2001 A.E.M.M.A. 9 6/26/01
                                                                                              Figure 19 the downward strike with "reversed footwork"................................................ 83
                                                                                              Figure 20 the oblique downward strike ............................................................................ 85
                                                                                              Figure 21 the horizontal strike .......................................................................................... 88
                                                                                              Figure 22 the oblique upward strike ................................................................................. 91
                                                                                              Figure 23 the upward vertical strike ................................................................................. 94
                                                                                              Figure 24 sword control - horizontal strike and the "pipe"............................................... 95
                                                                                              Figure 25 cuting exercise with sharps and pell ................................................................. 96
                                                                                              Figure 26 introductio n to s
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