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Fencing improves flexibility, reflexes, speed, and agility that provides all rounded form of mental and physical exercise essential for total health and wellness. These qualities have made fencing a good youth sport. Fencing enhances sportsmanship, integrity that fuels the desire to excel in different fields of life. A fencer is able to make quick and strategic decision and has a better focus and level of concentration. Fencing can be played round the year, no matter if it is cold or raining outside. Fencing can be taken as a serious competitive sport, fitness regimen or a recreational hobby. As a combat sport, fencing calls on tremendous agility, reflexes, tactical smarts, discipline and hand-eye coordination. It improves coordination and posture while providing aerobic exercise and strength training. Read more