A subsidiary business, where we have used our design skills to complement a less sedentary hobby of sports coaching

Educational Publishing

Specialists in fencing educational literature, we are at present compiling a range of products with the aim of making fencing easier to learn.
We welcome all comments.
Cheque with orders to:
T Kingston, 19 Courthope Villas, Wimbledon,
London SW19 4EF Great Britain
E-mail terryk@applebyte.demon.co.uk
or phone 00 (44) (0)20 8946 0265

FENCING POSTERS
(A2 Full colour, laminated) demonstrating Basic Positions in FOIL, EPEE & SABRE.
Essential for schools and clubs to reinforce learning

A great gift for the new fencer
price including post and packing 7.95 each or 19.95 set of three


    example actual size

  • EPEE COMBAT
    Learn epee without reference to other weapons. This book is an inter-active easy reference laid out in a structured course in the order in which Epee should be taught.
    Containing 100 illustrations of all the basic, and most of the advance moves encountered. Featuring an innovative notation system - a space saving way writing down fencing moves for lessons an observation.

    Endorsement by Allan Skipp, Director of Coaching, British Fencing Association

          In preparing this book, Terence Kingston has combined his considerable skills as a graphic designer with his experience and knowledge as coach and fencer for many years.
          He has produced a unique book from which, those who wish to begin fencing with the Epee, will be able to learn the techniques involved, and these are arranged in sections which provide a progressive course of study.
          Skills are related to tactical situations within the game and the reader is encouraged to try these in combat at the earliest opportunity.
          Each skill is illustrated using the latest computer graphics, and the view through the mask illustrations clearly show movements of the blade.
          The book includes fencing techniques which are now common in the modern game; close quarters, flicks, pommelling etc, and these will help the more established Epee fencer.
          There have been a number of fencing books published in recent years, and they all suffer from the limitation of graphic illustrations to represent movements of the body and blade.
          This book has uniquely overcome this problem, and is to be commended to all those who are interested in fencing with the Epee, possibly the purist form of Olympic fencing.


    Epee Combat will be sold singly for 12.95 or as a sets of ten books for clubs and schools 89.95 (to be published June 2000)
terryk@applebyte.demon.co.uk
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