Monthly Archives: August 2014

Meyer’s Longsword – Kniecheihauw or Wrist Cut

I’m almost embarrassed to write up this technique because it is so simple. A Kniecheihauw is just a Zwerch to wrist. You can use this whenever your opponent goes into a high guard, either in the onset or in the … Continue reading

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Meyer’s Longsword – Kreutzhauw or Cross-cutting

In Meyer’s glossary of strikes there is the Kreutzhauw or Cross Cut. Basically it is just a series of alternating wrath cuts (B and H lines). But since that also describes flailing, it is probably easies to explain the Kreutzhauw … Continue reading

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