Sometimes even I fall into the trap of the Positive Publication Bias. This is a step towards fixing that.
Not all coaching is equal, it must be compared against alternatives.
Ever wonder what goes into the HEMA community’s favorite term to describe their favorite sword?
It’s been brought to my attention that multiple people are claiming that having double-out rules in tournaments makes people double hit more often. That would be an interesting story if true.
Lots of people look at fencing. Lots of people watch videos. What are you actually “looking” at when breaking down someone’s motion?
You see the title.
I’ve harped about Moment of Inertia in multiple articles. Now I try a new experimental method for figuring it out.
I don’t like remembering arbitrary sequences. And on the surface the 16-cut pattern that forms the Meyer’s Square is the exact type of arbitrary sequence that I hate. But is it really?