Quads are one of the most important. But especially for epeeists (especially during those energetic 4-minute bouts, 3min +1min overtime) shoulder, bicep, and forearm muscles are helpful if you don't want to get sluggish and have issues holding the weapon up.
a fencing blade is the weapon in which they use in fencing.
There are many different materials to use for ranch fencing depending on what type of animals you are trying to contain. Two options are wire fencing and split rail fencing.
Fencing essentially began with the creation of the sword. Since then, the use of the sword in a battle between two people can generally be called fencing.
In Epee fencing.
you use your leg muscles alot and your arm muscles. you use your leg muscles alot and your arm muscles.
The most common method of thrusting forward in the sport of fencing makes use of the lunge.
I believe it was a fencing rapier.
You use the muscles in your body.
Badminton, Fencing, Archery
Yes, you can.
Yes, the sport of fencing uses swords and the United States Fencing Association has over 20,000 members.
Well you really pretty much only use yourArm musclesfinger muscles!!:) :) :)
most economical fencing uses treated pine, to resist rot & insects in higher priced fencing they also use redwood, cypress, etc which are naturally decay and insect resistant
u use your upper leg muscles.
you use about 72 muscles when you speak
Its pretty obvious, and your brain think not your muscles and your brain tells your muscles what to do so no you don't use muscles to think.
The answer depends on your definition of fencing. Modern fencing, also called Olympic fencing, originated in France.
You use your calf muscles, hamstrings, hip muscles.
Three weapons are used in Olympic Fencing, the foil, sabre and épée. Athletes also use protective clothing. All the details are shown on the related link.
your wrist muscles