Unique summer camp lets kids think outside the 'fence'

You've seen it in movies, and you've seen it during the Olympics.  And if you've ever wondered what it takes to become a champion fencer -- there's a summer camp that can help.
Premier Fencing Alliance in Marietta offers year-round fencing instruction, and is holding week-long summer camps right now for kids.  This week, coaches are teaching the basics of fencing to campers between the ages of 6 and 10, and another camp from July 20th through the 24th will open for kids over the age of 10.  So...why fencing?  Folks at the Alliance say it's a good physical workout, great for the brain, and teaches honor and respect.
Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken spent the morning at Premier Fencing Alliance, getting a look (and a lesson!) at this unique summer camp!