Art of The Sword - ''Boar Guard''

  • Medieval Era
  • Less than 1 min

By Crusader1307

The Swordsman uses this Position for various low blocks from an Enemy. From The stance, One can also attack an Enemy’s lower portions. In application, The Blade’s edge is positioned upwards. The Left Hand firmly grasps the Upper Hand Grip, with The Right Hand 3-inches rearward (above The Pommel). The point of The Blade is kept touching the ground. This will allow for a series of quick and furtive movements. The Right Leg is positioned forward in a “Power Push” (similar to a Leap). The Left Leg is placed rearward for stability. In addition, One can make quick forward movements as well.