Mastery STAR I

Badge Level

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Badge Promotion

In Fencing Master, badge colors indicate the level of training (Phase). The badge level system acts as an incentive for the student to advance to the next level of training.

Badge Level Promotion REQUIREMENTS

Each level in HKFM’s Badge Level System is full of meaning and philosophy. As a student advances from Blue badge to yellow badge, it symbolizes the knowledge and power the student has learned and experienced.

PROMOTION FEE =HK$380

PROMOTION TESTING : SKILL vs TIMELINE

To advance from one phase to another, students will need to qualify for promotion testing. Each student is different and will promote at a pace measured by skill and not a timeline.

When a student has accomplished each of these requirements, they will be given a promotion certificate and the respective badge which they can put on to their fencing jacket.

Skills/Tatics


1.able to do false attack -  movement made to draw a response from the opponent to enable you to deliver the real intended movement. (coach will look for the ability of students to maintain distance , attain good sense of timing and also to be able to co-ordinate the whole with the hand and leg movements)

2. Able to demonostrate Prise de Fer at following direction

  • Bind : diagonal movement high to opposite low and vice versa

  • Envelopment - circular movement bringing the blade back to the initial line

  • Croisé – Taking of the blade vertically from the high line to low and vice versa.

  • Opposition – A straight thrust down the blade without moving the line of the coach’s blade.

Participated in at least 1 external or internal competition

Accumulated 12 victories in one recent semester


Theory

Able to describe the typical run down of any external competition

Able to describe the importance of seed ranking in competition

Able to list 4 scenerio for yellow card/red card/black card


Behaviour

Class room discipline

Respect the safety rules

Respect the classmates and coach

Actively see opportunity to provide feedback to other classmates with lower skills

Attended minimum 160 hours of combat practice