Introducing "two handed sword training" with the latest FITSWORD® Modular PRO we developed for fitness, dexterity and combat conditioning.

Countless exercises and training routines, to do on your own, with a partner, in a group.

Train as a modern Warrior

heavy weighted training swords, for fitness and combat sports

The focus is on mastering techniques with a single, balanced sword wielded with both hands. This approach provides a sense of power and control as practitioners learn to wield the sword with precision and fluidity. The sweeping arcs, powerful strikes, and graceful movements of the sword can be immensely satisfying, creating an immersive and enjoyable experience for practitioners.

We developed this training gear based on a very simple idea able to transform an offensive tool (the sword) into a safe training tool: the FITSWORD®.

Imagine a sword, a baseball bat, a golf club, an hammer, an axe. Their weight is concentrated on the top end, in order to emphasize the momentum and the kinetic energy coming from a small swing so that the force applied to the target is devastating.

It requires physical effort to move it, so there is fitness and training value to every movement, but the energy transmitted by the top end is quite limited, making the tool as inoffensive and unharmful as possible.

That's a soft, light and very strong innovative material with excellent Shock Absorption qualities.

The design, the choice of materials and the distribution of the masses have been balanced in order to make you feel the shot, but you can play quite hard without too much risk of injuring yourself and your training partners or friends.

LONG LASTING EXPERIENCE: The Adjustable Weight, together with more than 50 Video Tutorials, will grant you countless training routines

The variety of training styles, the solo training, the activity groups, the complexity of movements and sequences that are possible to learn, assure a long lasting experience that will transform the way you move, improving senses and body.

TOTAL BODY WORKOUT: the training focuses on dynamic, rotational movements that engage multiple muscle groups simultaneously, targeting shoulders, arms and grip strength, together with core and legs. The movements often mimic real-world motions, promoting functional strength and enhancing overall athleticism.

Emphasizes bilateral coordination and strength, as both hands work together to control the sword (on a tri-planar space).

Requires significant core engagement to stabilize the body during swinging and rotational movements, promoting balance and proprioception.

Often involves high-intensity intervals and dynamic movements that elevate heart rate and stimulate metabolic conditioning (particularly when performed with minimal rest between sets).


Both two-handed sword training and dual wielding offer effective methods for improving physical conditioning, but they emphasize different aspects of strength, coordination, and cardiovascular fitness.

The choice between the two may depend on individual preferences, goals, and the specific skill set or historical context being pursued.

While offering different approaches to swordsmanship, both two-handed and dual wielding sword training provide a thrilling and engaging experience that captivates practitioners (whether practicing solo drills or sparring with partners).

The "social aspect" of training adds to the fun and involvement: sharing their passion for swordsmanship, exchanging knowledge and techniques, and supporting each other in their training journeys. The camaraderie and sense of belonging enhance the overall experience of sword training.

Whether drawn to the elegance and power of two-handed sword techniques or the dynamic challenge of dual wielding, sword enthusiasts of all levels find great joy and fulfillment in their training pursuits.

Dual Wielding: Requires enhanced coordination and muscular endurance as each arm must independently control a sword. This challenges both sides of the body equally, promoting balanced development.

Two-Handed Sword: Emphasizes bilateral coordination and strength, as both hands work together to control the sword. While it may require less coordination between limbs compared to dual wielding, it still demands significant muscular endurance to sustain control over the larger, heavier sword with both hands.

While two-handed sword training certainly offers its own set of exercises and techniques, dual wielding sword training typically offers greater diversity due to the combination of independent hand movements (allowing for a wider range of motions and combinations). This great flexibility enables to perform a diverse array of strikes, blocks, parries, and transitions, leading to a greater variety of exercises and training techniques.

Two-handed sword training is often easier for beginners because it involves using a single, balanced sword with both hands. This simplicity contributes to a faster learning curve compared to dual wielding, which involves coordinating movements between two separate weapons and hands.