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Not entirely clear on what the question is... When someone attacks (with a basic lunge) the basic response would be a parry followed by a counterattack. Or one can distance parry (step back so the attack can't reach or "falls short"). Verses a bind, one can change the leverage and counterbind (or simply disengage and parry).

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What is a Counteracting movement in fencing called?

A riposte. Counteracting being a very general term, one could say that there are many counteracting movements in fencing. Ripostes, parry ripostes, counterattacks, attacks in preparation, and point in lines are all forms of counteracting an opponent's movement or attack.

Why does a planet not move away from its path?

Because gravity is counteracting centrifugal force, holding it in orbit.

A fundamental thrust move in fencing?

The most common method of thrusting forward in the sport of fencing makes use of the lunge.

What is the fencing move to leap forward with one foot?

The Lunge.

What allows the body to move by stretching and contracting?

The answer your looking for is muscles however these do activly stretch they can only contract. They are increaset in length by the contraction of a counteracting muscle.

What is the name of the sword-twisting disarming move?

One of the disarming that is used while fencing or used while using a sword is known as the Disarmo Soprano maneuver that can really be helpful for fencing.

What is alla stoccata?

Alla stoccata is an Italian term. Translated it is "to the thrust", a reference to the fencing move of the same name, which I assume, having never watched fencing, is a thrusting move. An interesting thing to note: the spell check thinks it's "staccato", which is "has detached", and so completely disagrees with "alla".

What is a fencing blade?

a fencing blade is the weapon in which they use in fencing.

Where did fencing originate?

The answer depends on your definition of fencing. Modern fencing, also called Olympic fencing, originated in France.

What part of speech is thrusting?

Thrust can be a noun or a verb. As a noun, it means force applied to cause acceleration, specifically in aircraft and rockets. As a verb, it means to move or push in a given direction (transitive) or to lunge (an attacking move in Fencing). * In geology, the term refers to a specific reverse fault : older rocks moved over younger ones.

Is vinyl fencing better than wood fencing?

I have come across a need to have fencing in my backyard. The weather around here is crazy sometimes, and I am not sure what kind of fencing that I should get. Is vinyl fencing more durable than wood fencing?

What are the fencing rules in the Olympics?

The fencing rules in the Olympics do not differ from the rules of normal fencing.

Vinyl Fencing?

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How do you spell faint?

That is the correct spelling of "faint" (meaning to lose consciousness, or indistinct).The similar word feint is a false move or distraction, from the move in fencing.

Did they have fencing in the Ancient Olympics?

No they did not have fencing in the ancient Olympis because fencing is a modorn sport or art.

How much does fencing weigh?

The weight of fencing varies. It depends on how much there is of the fencing and what material it is made out of.

What are some services that Heras Fencing offered?

Heras fencing has been known to supply railings, sports fencing, mesh fencing, and gates. Acquiring Heras fencing may not be possible outside of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England.

What major event is fencing in?

Fencing is a major event in the summer Olympics as well as the world fencing championship.

What is the short meaning of antiseptic?

Counteracting or preventing putrefaction, or a putrescent tendency in the system; antiputrefactive.

Is there any judges in fencing?

yes, there are judges in fencing, but there not only there to judge your game they are also making sure you are following the rules the rules for fencing is created by the International Fencing Federation.

Where was fencing started?

Fencing started in France.

How many different use's are there for a fencing sword?

A fencing sword should only be used for the sport that it was made for- fencing.

How long have people been fencing?

People have been fencing for over 500 years. Fencing was first introduced in the crusades.

Is there sports memorabilia that has to do with fencing?

There are a lot of kinds of sports memorabilia that has to do with fencing. One of the best sports memorabilia that has to do with fencing is baseball.

Is fencing an adventure sport?

No, fencing is not an adventure sport.

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