Fencing is a great way to incorporate exercise into your life. An excellent fencer must be flexible, graceful, and have top endurance. The muscles which are used the most are the buttocks, stomach, and thighs. Fencing also relieves stress, which lowers blood pressure. Fencing is a sport that calls heavily on logic, often being referred to as a “physical game of chess”. It’s strategy driven; fencers learn to make complex decisions, analyze problems, and think fast on their feet. Size doesn’t matter between fencers– only skill. A well-trained fencer can bout (fencing match) against any opponent, older or younger, bigger or smaller, shorter or taller. When you fence someone is literally charging at you with a weapon; you develop the boldness and confidence to meet that charge, defend yourself, and not shy away.
Where are we located?
800 Watson Blvd. Warner Robins, GA 31093
Founder and Maestro
Maestro James Taylor is the head coach of WRFS with 40 years of experience. He provides instruction in all three fencing weapons.
Sabre Coach (Inactive)
Coach Stephen Taylor is a USFCA Moniteur in Sabre, and began fencing at the age of 6. He is currently serving with the U.S. Army.
Foil Instructor (Inactive)
Clinton Harris has more than 10 years of foil fencing experience. He is currently the fencing instructor at Southern Polytechnic University.