Advanced training develops the skills and knowledge gained in basic training and widens their horizons through free practice with limited moves (bout with agreed conditions) and through free fencing, where all theoretical knowledge and practical experience come to be employed (free bout).
Advanced training is focused on fencing with the weapons of different historical epochs.
19th century: Italian military sabre, bayonet
17th -18th century: French smallsword
17th -18th century: Polish sabre
17th century: Spanish rapier
Equipment: fencing mask (1600 Newtons), fencing jacket (800 Newtons), fencing gloves, adequate pads.
Weapons: student’s own sabre, smallsword, rapier, bayonet
Fencing with the heavier weapons (sabre, smallsword, rapier, bayonet) requires adequate reinforced fencing gear.
Training weapons do not have sharp edges and points, nevertheless their use always requires adherence to principles of SAFETY and DISCIPLINE, and strictly FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS given by the teacher.