Ep 12 – Orlando di Ciccio talks about his experiences training with the Mohawks
The Historical Fencer Podcast
by Anders Linnard
1y ago
Orlando di Ciccio is an italian fencer based in Canada where he teaches medieval fencing to people in the Mohawk reservation. We talk about warrior culture, his fencing journey and how fencing can be a teacher in life. ? Support the channel? Support the channel through Patreon! It really helps us a lot! https://www.patreon.com/historicalfencer ? Our Goal ? At The Historical Fencer Magazine, our goal is to share our knowledge and thoughts on historical fencing to get you started in picking up a sword. Or, if you're already doing Historical European Martial Arts (HEMA), to deepen your knowle ..read more
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EP 11 – Scott Hellroth talks about prank calling fencing celebrities, commenting and the live feed.
The Historical Fencer Podcast
by Anders Linnard
2y ago
Scott Hellroth is a man who has been more influential than most people realise. In this episode, we talk about prank calling fencing celebrities like John Clements and the ideas behind commenting and staging the live feed at Swordfish ..read more
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Ep 10 – Samuel Spånberger on fencing, character, life and building catapults
The Historical Fencer Podcast
by Anders Linnard
3y ago
We had one of our favourite people on the podcast. Samuel Spånberger tells the story about why he once stopped fencing, what fencing has meant for him in his life, and where he's going in the future. This one was shot and recorded in Grövelsjön, Älvdalen, where we went hiking for a few days. So, we threw in some bonus photos from the hike over on our Youtube channel. Check it out! https://youtu.be/bsZQyNw_JVY ..read more
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Ep 9 – A shift in historical fencing culture?
The Historical Fencer Podcast
by Anders Linnard
3y ago
In this episode we talk about historical fencing culture, local club culture, small events and many other things. Also, for the first time we filmed the podcast. At least parts of it since we ran into technical difficulties after a while ..read more
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Ep 8 – Sparring
The Historical Fencer Podcast
by Anders Linnard
3y ago
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Ep7 – Ranking and the master title
The Historical Fencer Podcast
by Anders Linnard
3y ago
Should you call yourself a fencing master? What's the history of ranking in fencing? In this episode we talk about master titles, ranking and the progression of guild systems. Want to know about how we rank? Go to www.fencingguild.com ..read more
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Ep 6 – Fitness
The Historical Fencer Podcast
by Anders Linnard
3y ago
Ep 6 – Fitness. Axel Pettersson and Anders Linnard talk about fitness and why it's important in historical fencing. Anders also has the poor taste to sing a song. If you can make it through that, you can make it through anything ..read more
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Ep 5 – Casper Ellestad-Andersen talks about fencing, archery and HEMA in USA and Europe
The Historical Fencer Podcast
by Anders Linnard
3y ago
Casper Ellestad-Andersen joined us for a conversation about fencing, archery and HEMA in the USA and Denmark. Axel's dagger shenanigans from back in the day, can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wscjyq1e4aA&feature=youtu.be ..read more
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Ep 4 – Jean Chandler talks about carnivals, violence and the nuances of history
The Historical Fencer Podcast
by Anders Linnard
3y ago
In this episode we talk to Jean Chandler from New Orleans about the richness and nuance of medieval culture, violence then and now and why you should read the classics to get a better grip on fencing ..read more
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EP 3 – Competitions
The Historical Fencer Podcast
by Anders Linnard
3y ago
Are competitions really necessary? And how can they help you develop as a person? In this episode we share personal stories and talk about why we started competing and promoting competing in historical fencing ..read more
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