Stamford, CT, September 12, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- “Fencing is a gentleman’s sport. It challenges players in ways that other sports do not. Based on the foundation of integrity, fencing’s rich history and culture prove it to be a dynamic Olympic sport with a tremendous emphasis thought, precision, swift decision making, and humility,” said head coach Alex Fotiyev.
Olympic coach, Oleh Tretyak describes his coaching experiences, “It is rewarding to watch how fencing helps children build their strengths on so many levels. The sport challenges players physically and mentally, while also building confidence, social skills, and an academic future. It develops skills and attributes of character which relate to every aspect of life.”
Stamford Fencing Center coaching staff utilizes holistic approach to teaching that includes a series of small but carefully planned measures to train kids to be successful fencers. This includes physical conditioning, technical and tactical drills, as well as mental preparation.
The “Best Fencing Clubs” list is the most comprehensive look at the most competitive fencing clubs in the nation including clubs that trained Olympians for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.