Solo training advice 1: one-handed swords

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  • Mitchell _3

    Where's your class

  • A singular Stick of Pocky

    what do I do if I'm left handed!???

  • DPB

    This and as well as training both arms

  • The Ultimate #1

    you say "Um" too much

  • nausea

    I have trained myself I'm just here if I missed anything I have practice since I was five I am about 15 now

  • angelowl89

    I really appreciate this video. Having one hour single trip to the fencing school and me being focused on one-handed fencing. This gives my ridonkilously heavy french cavalry sabre replica a proper purpose too. Thanks!

  • Ulises.

    I'll be using a machete, bc i'm mexican... and because i don't have money for a sword.

  • manpreet kaur

    thank you sirits was great learning video

  • that one average commenter

    I watched to much anime and now I want to be them that's why I'm here

  • Gott Hammer

    Thanks for this video. Looking forward to more. :DSome questions:- do you have a recommended range of motion for this drill? should it be limited? or as far as the wrist can move the tip of the sword down? I'm kinda worried about hyper-extending. I've been doing something similar (sword 'wiggling'), I guess I picked it up from when I was still actively practicing arnis/escrima, but I use a hardwood (kamagong/ironwood) bokken.- re: the thumb up/sabre grip: been trying it (primarily 'cause of your videos :P ), but I guess the bokken I use makes it a bit difficult (?). is there any advantage/disadvantage to that grip?for arnis/escrima (the 3 or so styles I practiced) kinda focused on the 'hammer grip' (I even recall being taught against using the the thumb up grip, but I've forgotten why), and for kendo, there was the emphasis on using the small and ring finger to grip the bokken/shinai (I recall a short exercise w/ swinging, one-handed, w/ only those two fingers, and w/ the other 3 extended); and for taijijian, the index and middle finger (and thumb)...they all work for each, I guess, but I don't recall practicing anything w/ thumb up (did a little dao/taiji sabre, w/ a wooden practice dao, but I think that was also a hammer grip)

  • iTzNoxy

    Love your videos! Can you do one where you demonstrate all of the sabre numbered cuts and related info? I have a long-sword and am learning on my own time but I am interested in adapting sabre techniques as well. Thanks!

  • hetero sapien

    6:18 the fingering grip hehehhehehehehehhe.

  • fathimath adheeba

    i am here because of percy jackson

  • Gwrhyr Gwalstawt

    Does the same kind of training apply for Migration Period swords?

  • Fancy_ Pikachu

    thank you so much!!! now i can kill my father!!!! >3

  • gus green

    thank you for the videos. I'm in the U.S. and around where I'm at there are no schools or clubs for this, but it's something I have always wanted to learn.

  • Dominator046

    I came back to this looking to advise some training to someone who typically does rapier but wants to improve other facets of their swordplay. I was in the office and trying to watch this with the captions and no audio.Oh my goodness, my sides. IT'S HILARIOUS.

  • Ulung Prabowo

    Why there is no medieval one handed sword techniques or sparring appeared in youtube? Mostly always use dagger and buckler.

  • PJ McDaid

    I live in Ireland and there are no HEMA clubs anywhere near me and the most I have is a cheap 9 euro (would have been 10 if I had it painted) short wooden sword I got from a stall outside Whitewater shopping centre but hey, better than nothing.I do a bit of "solo training" but it certainly wasn't structured. Also, since the whole thing is made of wood and it's fairly light, would you say it'd be sufficient for training anyway? Or would I want something a bit heavier?Thanks for this, I'm definitely gonna find it helpful if I can eventually get into swordsmanship.

  • Derpy

    easy to do while using a hammering for the beginning stuff

  • Alex V4

    If anyone is in texarkana would they be interested in teaching me? Also some start a fn HEMA club in texarkana.

  • Raptor Badger

    Im just here so i can get better at hitting my friends with a foam sword.

  • AzurizWorld

    I'm a kid... oh well!

  • Daniel Wiecheć

    Can you made more solo training advice for one handed swords?

  • Mary Tudor - O'Halloran

    great videos! this is very helpful thank you for the videos on youtube!

  • The_LyriumWolf

    i read your title as Solas (the Elf from Dragon Age 3) sword training and thought you were cosplaying him teaching to use a sword....

  • Twiggyay

    Will have to try this with my bastard sword. Gotta get them forearm gains.

  • OlRustyEye

    I'm a drummer so this is no new exercise for me. I just have poor muscle mass!

  • Natey

    where do you get your swords?

  • Dead one

    That's the saddest cactus I've ever seen....

  • Kevin Hughes

    thank you for making this, I've just gotten my first sword and I can't join a club yet, but I want to start training

  • OneWeeb

    You know you watched too much Sao if you're here

  • sun Tao

    Thanx for a good lesson:)

  • RottenRroses

    My honor got gravely insulted the other day, so I wonder, how does one go about challenging people to a duel these days? Are there any formalities one has to consider? Is it even leagal to fight a duel, possibly resulting in the death of one of the participants? Both parties would agree to the terms of the duel, of course. Swords are not as common as they used to be. Thank you.

  • FrostLight

    I personally use a ceremony sword just for safety, its quite light and not sharp at all

  • Curteis Dora

    hey where do u buy swords from and do u know any trustworthy websites that has sword that i can order from america

  • Cathy E.

    What is a good weight to start with? Got a wooden sword but it is very light. (I have 0 condition in my forearm btw)

  • Sir.Alex

    I'm a 14 year old, and I want to practice my edge alignment. But of course, I cannot own a sharp sword. The best way I have now, is listening to the sound my sword makes when I swing it. Any ideas?

  • dahwriter

    I too am known to every so often sit on the couch and waggle my sword.What?

  • Name Less

    A man with a sword has more heart than a man with a gun.

  • FrostLight

    "atract the police"

  • BobbyNiggs

    Also, when ever I'm freaking out after using a lot of drugs your videos always calm me down, thanx man ;P

  • martijn prevoo

    Hallo scholagladiatoria is archery good for the mussels for swordfighting.

  • MLP Lover

    Can it be a paper sword?

  • Dominic Adams

    do you ever warm up before you pick up the sword? Anything you can recommend for avoiding injury? Thanks for the videos!

  • Micke

    you could hammer nails in to wood also maybe

  • Fernando Ramos

    I'd train outside my house, like in my backyard or in my front yard. That's more than enough space for anybody training himself in any martial arts.

  • Chris stars

    to be honest I am 10 and a have a toy sword I made and I really want to learn to sword   fight  with my friends

  • Jt T

    Wouldn't it improve hit/slash strength if one used a 2-3lb. sledge to do the same motions?

  • Suraj Gill

    I really want to learn swordsmanship, simply because it'll be fun to train, it'll keep me in good shape and I love swords. How much would a sword cost? I personally like the look of katanas. Also, would starting out to train with a wooden sword be good for beginners?

  • ConnorJaneu

    I've just gotten a Union Cavalry sabre, and it is extremely heavy, I'm not sure if that is the way it is supposed to be weighted, because he doesn't seem to have any trouble with the one in the video. If anyone could tell me, please do. 

  • epic_fail

    I read somewhere that in colonial America, the English and Scottish who were here adapted broadsword and backsword techniques to the American Indian tomahawk(due to swords being lost, not having enough to go around or what have you). My questions are: 1) Do you think this is reasonable? And 2) Whenever I practice that exercise with my tomahawk I notice I end up white-knuckling my fingers since tomahawks don't have grips, and, much like escrima sticks are easy for beginners to accidentally turn into projectile weapons. Does this happen with sabre's as well? In other words, do your finders and thumb get as good a workout as your forearm when practicing one-handed sword exercises?

  • Filofeten

    I am complete noob at fencing, did this with a Condor naval cutlass ( cant afford a proper sword just yet), and after 30 sec was dead.. But i will be keep doing this as often as i can every day from now on. Feel the burn ;)Thank you for a awesome channel Matt.

  • Conor MacCloud

    the clissold boys are blessed with freaky looking popeye forearms . This is encouraging XD

  • DaniloThePopa

    This helps with modern sport fancing too.

  • Red Coat

    I'm trying to learn how to use my German great sword, however I can't seem to find any clubs or courses around where I live to I don't know what to do. Do you have any suggestions?

  • Jreezysky

    If your a great violinist you'll be great

  • Roamy Bard

    its strange how you just happen to make a video about this when just yesterday i found some very sturdy foam swords at walmart and decided it was time to start teaching my kid. i started him on the exact thing your talking bout here, its actually quite fun running him around the backyard blocking and parrying his attacks :)

  • Alex Noden

    I'm 13 and I have a larping sword so this is very informative

  • Anthony Ridgway

    Question for anyone with experience: I've just started practicing with a sword I bought quite a few years ago (when I had money for such things). The sword I am practicing with is an arming sword (medieval style single handed sword) with a circular pommel. Every time I do the cut forward (and when I do a moulinette, as described in Matt's other training video), the pommel digs into the "bottom" (assuming the thumb is top) of my hand, right where the palm and my wrist meet. Is this a common issue, and if so, is there anything I can do differently to avoid it? I guess if I continue this long enough, I'll build up calluses there, but it doesn't seem right that that particular part of my hand would be taking more abuse than the rest of my hand.

  • HamsterPants522

    I'm left-handed. When using something two-handed, I train using the right hand as my main hand, but when it comes to one-handed weapons, I use my left hand as the main hand. Is it better that I should train left-handed or right-handed?

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