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“Melanie looks into de l'Epee's eyes and says what she's never said to anyone.”
“A teacher from de l'Epee's school, Laurent Clerc, came to America in the early 1800s with Thomas Gallaudet-he was a minister from Connecticut-and set up a school for the deaf in Hartford.”
“In The Shovel and the Epee, Sam Sheridan looks at striking in MMA versus boxing:”
“In the end I wanted to face the people, not the game, and I think it was Epee that finally gave me the taste I had been waiting for: to fail, be outmatched, to train, to overcome, to face again, using experience, the broad view, and the narrow view.”
“Boxing and Epee are sort of similar in that you need to be in a relaxed state with your arms, in the beta zone, but with instant focus and then action.”
“I dreamt of seeing my name up there in the top 10 nationally in fencing Epee.”
“I finished Epee, and now, the life I knew from last year is gone too.”
“Another relative does the formal horse training, Dressage, and I always said, that while Epee is expensive $5,000-$6000 to compete nationally, $20,000+ internationally a year, that is nothing compared to Dressage or the Olympic Horse sports, as while I can throw another blade in my gear bag, “just in case” can you imagine shipping TWO or THREE horses to each event?”
“Epee fits you so well because it requires physical prowess and a brain that can analyze situations and come up with multiple solutions extremely quickly.”
“I guess that's why I was so fascinated with Epee too... it's like mind-games or chess... you have to anticipate your opponents next move while trying to hid yours.”
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