Fencing

Fencing

Intro to Fencing
Fencing is a physically and mentally demanding sport that improves speed, agility and reflexes. Join us to learn how to apply problem solving skills under pressure and shake hands to show respect regardless of the result. Use your mind and body to overcome your adversary. Equipment is included. Dress in sports clothing including sneakers and sports pants. Instructor: Tony Kosla, North American Cup medalist with more than 10 years coaching experience. 

Ages: 7-15
Day: Saturdays
Dates: April 10-May 1
Time: 11:00am-12:00pm
Location: PARC
Resident Fee: $105; Non-Resident Fee: $115
Registration Code: 201SP

Ages: 
7-15
Day: 
Saturdays
Dates: 
May 8 - May 29
Time: 
11:00am-12:00pm
Location: 
PARC
Resident Fee: 
$105Non-Resident Fee: $115
Registration Code: 241SP

Beginner Fencing
This class is geared toward fencers who finish the Introduction to Fencing course. This class will meet for 1 hour one time per week. This class will not focus only on fencing but also on the physical skills necessary for fencing and used in many other sports.  This class will include games for physical development and development of essential footwork, introduction to tactics, improvement of blade work, drilling and bouting. Fencers will be introduced to electric fencing, including the equipment and scoring. Fencers will expand on their knowledge of priority and the rules of the game.

Class held at PARC-Plymouth Arts & Recreation Complex Suite #115a

Ages: 7-15
Day: 
Saturdays
Dates:
May 1 - May 29
Time: 
9:45 - 10:45 am
Location: PARC
Resident Fee: 
$105; Non-Resident Fee: $115
Registration Code: 232SP