Theory for learning the cane in 25 lessons
“If he had been a little less brutal he’d have made his fortune” J. Charlemont Louis-Armand-Victorin Leboucher was a small, stout and well-muscled, but rough, fencer originally from Rouen who trained in Paris known for his excellence with a cane as well as his generous spirit He went on to establish a salle at 20, Rue de la Michodiere, and then published this first ever work on the cane in 1843, a method renowned for being tough, spontaneous and instinctive where every blow must be effective, and thus suitable for fitness and self-defence as well as useful preparation for using a sabre.
- Publication Date
- Jan 4, 2013
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- By (author): Louis A.V. Leboucher