Sports Fencing: Professional Coaching Manual and Special Training Methodologyby Gennady Tyshler
“Professional Coaching Manual and Special Training Methodology” by Dr. G. Tyshler 2015 and V. Logvin
By world renowned specialists Dr. G.Tyshler and V.Logvin This reference and manual, compiled at the request of the International Fencing Federation, is aimed at participants of seminars for advanced coaching qualifications in sports fencing disciplines. It contains a complex of technical and combat actions, as well as over three hundred combination and situational exercises aimed at their mastering. The publication also contains references to tactical skills, aimed, primarily, at selection of approaches to combat conditions, methodologies for mastering footwork techniques and exercises for specialised motor skills. Additional independent sections are ‘Management of Combat Practice’ and ‘Fencing Terminology’
Chapter 1: FENCING AS SPORT
Chapter 2: EPEE FENCING
Chapter 3: FOIL FENCING
Chapter 4: SABRE FENCING
Chapter 5: Tactical fundamentals for preparation and application of combat actions
Chapter 6: Footwork training
Chapter 7: Pedagogical foundations of introductory training and basic specialization
Chapter 8: Special information in fencing coaching and training systems
Chapter 9: Combat practice management
G. Tyshler, President of FIE Coaching Council, Doctor of Pedagogic Sciences, award winning USSR coach, award winning Ukraine coach. His pupils won many medals at the World Championships and Olympic Games. Coach of the USSR National team, sabre. National coach for Russian Federation, epee. National coach for South Africa, epee, sabre, foil.
V. Logvin, award winning USSR Master of Sports, 1982 World Champion in foil fencing. Member of FIE executive committee, President of the Pan-American Fencing Confederation.
Dedicated to the memory of David Tyshler (1927 – 2014) The authors would like to express immeasurable gratitude to our teacher and mentor David Tyshler for the assistance in creating this work. This manual would not have seen the light of day without constant assistance, advice and direct participation by the honoured maestro.