Q: How does fencing change lives?

A: Fencing improves physical qualities such as cardio vascular fitness, endurance and strength. Mentally, fencing develops concentration, attention distribution, and the ability to solve problems under intense pressure. Also emotionally fencing focuses on psychological endurance, resiliency, self-confidence and motivation for success.
Fencing is a fun, challenging, and thrilling sport accessible to all ages and ability levels. Here at GFC, we strive to achieve both physical and mental excellence through individualized coaching, dynamic peer mentoring, and an emphasis on technique and tactics.
GFC offers several ways to enjoy the art of fencing. From Little Musketeer classes to Competitive Memberships, we have the staff, equipment, and dedication to assist students on their path to excellence.

I can't say enough positive things about what fencing with Coach Daniel has done for my son. Within a month of his first class I could see a difference in him. Fencing has challenged him physically and mentally like nothing else. I'm so glad we gave it a try.

Chances of a high school athlete competing in College Fencing

Number of High School fencing participants: 1,925 Men, 1,771 Women

Number of College fencing participants: 622 Men , 674 Women

% of high school players competing in college: 32.3% Men, 38.1% Women

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Classes Available at Genesis Fencing Club:

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Foil and Epee - Fencing in Melbourne Florida

Little Musketeers

For kids: 6-9 years old

Foil and Epee - Fencing in Melbourne Florida

Recreational Fencing

Ages 10 and up

Foil and Epee - Fencing in Melbourne Florida

Competitive Fencing

Ages 10 and up

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