A thrust from straight into longpoint. Typically performed from:
The execution of this kind of thrust is a movement with the shoulders and legs rather than a "punching" forward with the hands. The fencer simply brings their arms forward and up while lunging forward.
It is also good practice with these thrusts to consider the angle of the crossguard used in the thrust, angling it to prevent the opponent's blade from sliding your hand in the movement.
In which the 'student' demonstrates their knowledge to the 'teacher' of a straight thrust
|Extended Pflug, left leg forward, Anbinden established||Extended Pflug, left leg forward, Anbinden established|
|Go weak in the bind||Gathering Step forward, thrust into Langort to the face.|