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Polish Saber Fighting
Online Course
Vol. II

In the second part of the course, you will master complex weapon use techniques. You'll learn complex cut combinations while perfecting your footwork and balance. A diverse set of exercises will allow you to quickly and effectively develop fluidity of movement and the ability to freely maneuver your weapon.

Engaging animations to

enhance learning.

A training methodology grounded in the authenticity of

historical sources.

Polish language version with English subtitles.

Over 3 hours of training material.

The world's first online

Polish saber fighting course.

Image recorded from 3 cameras simultaneously.

Exercises recorded in real time

and slow motion.

Links to individual exercises on

the timeline.

What makes our course stand out?

What will you learn in the first part of the course?

The course covers the following topics:

Methods for Combining Short and Long Cuts into Mixed Combinations

Footwork and Balance Enhancement Exercises

Enhancing Movement Coordination and Weapon Agility

Combinations of Double and Triple Cuts in Motion

What is the Cross-Cutting Art?

CROSS-CUTTING ART (SZTUKA KRZYŻOWA) - A saber fighting tradition practiced in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (present-day Poland, Belarus, Lithuania, and Ukraine), Cross-Cutting Art (Sztuka Krzyżowa) represents the intangible heritage of old Polish martial arts, dating back to the second half of the 16th century.

The name "Sztuka Krzyżowa" (Cross-Cutting Art) derives from "Cięcie Krzyżowe" (Cross-Cut), a characteristic Polish fencing technique involving two intersecting cuts. The first cut aims to deceive or deflect the opponent's weapon, while the second aims to wound or kill.

Accessible on any mobile device

Our course is available on all mobile devices. Whether you use your phone, tablet or laptop, you can easily access all lessons and course materials.


Enjoy the convenience of learning wherever you are and whenever you want, with full mobility and flexibility. Our course has been optimized to ensure smoothness and accessibility on various operating systems and screen sizes, which guarantees comfortable and effective learning of saber fencing.

Our courses are perfect for:

Practitioners of Historic European Martial Arts

Enthusiasts of ancient forms of fighting (HEMA) who want to explore the techniques and history of the Polish saber, expanding their skills.

martial arts

People practicing various martial arts disciplines, interested in including elements of saber fencing in their repertoire as a form of cross-training and developing weapon skills.

Soldiers and Military Lovers

People associated with the army or militaries for whom the saber is a symbol of military traditions and unique close combat skills.

and managers

Members of management staff who are looking for a unique form of exercise and stress relief, as well as a way to increase their mental resilience and power of persuasion.

Teachers and students

Teachers and students fascinated by history and cold weapons, looking for a practical understanding of science and a sense of pride in their own identity.

Overview of the course

  • Techniques for performing smooth combinations of two consecutive powerful cuts. Master the correct movement of your body and weapons.

  • Integrate strong double cuts into your steps. Develop coordination and fluency in performing cut combinations while moving.

  • Master your balance and develop your sense of balance. Maintain a stable position regardless of the type of step and the strength of the cuts you make.

  • Learn and master successive combinations of powerful double cuts while moving.

  • Increase your combat capabilities by perfecting more difficult and advanced combinations of strong triple cuts.

  • Combine combinations of strong triple slashes with steps and attack hidden behind the barrier of your own slashes.

  • Zdobądź umiejętności wykonania szybkich i precyzyjnych podwójnych kombinacji cięć.

  • Combine your weapon movement with your steps and bombard your opponent with a barrage of quick double slashes.

  • Master the skill of combining strong and fast cuts.

  • Develop the ability to combine strong and fast cuts.

  • Learn advanced techniques for combining strong and fast cuts with steps. Develop versatility and unpredictability in combat.

Get to know your teacher


The modern father of research on the "Cross-Cutting Art", an expert in old Polish saber fencing. Fencer, rider and trainer - for years associated with the fencing sections of the Legia Club and the Integration Sports Club AZS - AWF. A student of outstanding Polish Olympic athletes, fencers and cavalrymen (Prof. Zabłocki, Major Przeździecki, Major Olędzki). In the scientific field, he made a breakthrough in research on the history and use of the Polish saber of the 16th and 17th centuries.

He is a choreographer and trainer who was entrusted by director Jerzy Hoffman with preparing actors and developing fencing scenes in the Polish blockbuster productions "With Fire and Sword" and "Battle of Warsaw 1920". In 2019, he made his debut as a screenwriter and producer of the film "Born for the Saber". The film won international awards. recognition and its distribution covered over 30 countries in Europe and Asia.

President of the Polish Cross Art Association, awarded the Silver Cross of Merit for his contribution to the promotion of history and preservation of national heritage. He appeared before representatives of European royal families, NATO and the diplomatic corps.

What's worth knowing

  • Patience, humility and work are the essence of effective training. Focus on correct body positioning and make sure to faithfully imitate every movement of the instructor. Start with the basic steps of unarmed positions and actions and add them as you feel more confident. Perfectly master the basics before moving on to more advanced techniques - Solid and developed foundations can make you a master.

  • The most important thing during saber fencing training is safety. Always use proven protective equipment, carefully observe the instructor and follow his instructions. Make sure the training space is safe and properly prepared. Remember that caution and gradual increases in speed and strength are essential to avoid injury and master proper technique.

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