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More weapon-based sports

Archery

What: Archery has been around for centuries but is back on the agenda after the Games. Offering a target-hitting-buzz, it’s good for toning biceps and forearms plus increasing flexibility and strength. Join London Archers and shoot through winter.

Where & when
: 6.30-9.30pm every Wed. Holy Apostles Church Hall, 47 Cumberland Street, SW1V 4LY.
£5 per lesson.

Se
e:  londonarchers.com

Sword fighting

What: Learn how to get medieval on someone’s ass at the Schola Gladiatoria, a historical European martial arts group teaching longsword skills and defence against daggers. Oo-er.

Where & when
: 7.45-9pm (beginners);
9-9.45pm (advanced). All Saints Parish Church Hall, Elm Grove Road, Ealing, W5 3JH.
Lessons from £7.

See
: fioredeiliberi.org

Nunchaku

What: Nunchaku (or nunchucks) instructor John Albury will teach you how to use this kung fu movie-style weapon in a one-to-one lesson.

He’ll go easy on you at first, and use foam and pads, then he’ll move on to the real thing. Be prepared.

Where & when
: Choose a location and book your lesson. Each session costs from £25.

See
: More info at neo-nunchaku.co.uk

 

Beginner classes 7-8pm on Mon and Thurs. 
£120 for six lessons. 
Finsbury Leisure Centre, Norman St, EC1V 3PU  
londonfencingclub.co.uk

 

Image:  London Fencing Club


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