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What You'll Get
For $30, today's side deal gets you three introductory fencing classes at Red Rock Fencing Center (a $75 value).
- Learn how to fence from Olympic and World Cup pros
- Tackle three weapons in 1.5-hour-long intro classes, including the foil, a light thrusting weapon; the epee, a heavier thrusting weapon; and the saber, a light cutting-and-thrusting weapon
- Combines techniques from Olympic Russian, German, Chinese, and American schools of thought into unique teaching style, yielding fast results on a competitive level
- More than 5,000 square feet of training space
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must sign waiver. If under 18, waiver must be signed by parent or legal guardian. No cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Red Rock Fencing Center
Director of Red Rock Fencing Center Frank Van Dyke is a longtime expert when it comes to the sport, with more than 30 years as a fencer, coach, and referee. He trained under one Olympian and three Olympic coaches before becoming a certified member of the U.S. Fencing Coaches Association and ascending to the board of the United Fencing Federation. The energetic Van Dyke does not rest on his laurels, competing to maintain world-class A-rated abilities with an épée, which crowns his talent with foil and sabre. In both instruction and competition, he draws techniques from German, Russian, Chinese and American Olympic schools, and specializes in strip and team tactics.
The fencing center embodies both Van Dyke's zeal for excellence and dedication to his community. Olympic and World Cup instructors teach skills in all three weapons to competitive and amateur students, who parry across custom flooring designed to absorb the shocks to joints and muscles caused by forceful lunges and sudden NASA landings. Every Saturday, the team hosts a public tournament for anyone who contributes to its accompanying potluck, and heads beyond the center to work with boy scouts and schoolchildren.