I’m 14 years old and I use a sword to fight with my friends. My parents always told me that swords are dangerous, but they never stopped me from using it because they could see how much fun I had. They’re not even mad when I get hurt!
This is the story of a young boy who loves playing with swords. He’s been using them since he was 10 years old, and his parents have never said anything about it until now.
This 14-year old is a sword enthusiast. He’s been using them since he was ten and his parents have never said anything about it until now. They’re not even mad when he gets hurt! Their only concern is that swords can be dangerous, but they’ve always kept him happy by encouraging him to keep playing with them. Though his friends do get frustrated at times, there are still plenty of opportunities for the young man to show off how good he is with a blade in front of an audience as well as one on one duels. This has really helped build up both his confidence and skills too!
A few things you should know: this boy loves everything about swords – from their shape, weight, design to their history and how they’re made.
He also loves learning about their different types, styles and the way each one is used in battle- whether it’s with a knife or not! He thinks that even though there are plenty of Western sword enthusiasts these days, Eastern swordsmanship has been forgotten too much over time. But he doesn’t want to do anything that will be harmful so instead he relies on his kendo skills which still includes using real blades but only those padded for safety during training exercises.
If you’ve never seen someone wield a blade before then check out this 14 year old’s YouTube channel where he uploads videos every Wednesday at 11 am EST! You can see all sorts of things from incisive demonstrations of Japanese disciplines such as kendo to interviews with people like fencing champion Adam Pinsker and sword expert Michael Tinker Pearce.
This is a story of how an average teenager found his passion for swords: I’m 14 years old and I use a sword to fight with my friends.
My name is James, but you can call me Jim or Jimmy if that’s easier. Some of my hobbies are playing video games and listening to music—I really love the band Avenged Sevenfold! But what some people don’t know about me is that when it comes down to it, nothing has ever been more important than the study of Eastern Swordsmanship–even though these days mostly Western styles catch on in popularity (and who knows why).
There are so many things I love about the practice of swordsmanship. One is that it’s not just a martial art, but something so many people do for fun–and in my opinion, what could be more awesome than fighting with friends? Another thing to keep in mind is that there are different kinds of swordplay: disciplines such as kendo to interviews with people like fencing champion Adam Pinsker and sword expert Michael Tinker Pearce. This blog post will cover how an average teenager found his passion for wielding these blades.
I’m 14 years old and I use a sword to fight with my friends—in some ways this makes me unusual because when most kids get into middle school they start playing sports or studying other extracurricular activities. But I’m not like other kids, because my sword fighting is the thing I love to do.
I started working with swords when I was about seven years old and it’s been a passion of mine ever since. The most interesting part of learning how to use these blades has always been that they’re all slightly different–some are lighter or heavier; some have handles in different places; some even require you to grip them differently than others. Whenever someone starts out using one for the first time, no matter what kind it is, there will be a little bit of confusion over which way he should hold his weapon. That’s why every person who picks up a blade for martial arts training needs an instructor who can help him through this