To be honest, it makes me think of this:
I've sometimes been told that Quarterstaff is a "close range" weapon and looking at the measure in the above you would believe that. This perception and understanding is largely thanks to the Victorians (not necessarily the Boy Scouts as is sometimes put forward) who saw quarter staff like boxing, such as this source.
Now, the thing is I'm not going to say that this isn't HEMA and that this isn't the historical way of quarter staff fighting. Because it comes from a historical source and is valid Historical European Martial Art reconstruction.
It just isn't probably how they did it "back in the day" of Robin Hood. See below good representation based on Meyer's staff:
1. The staff is held from the end not the middle
2. It's very much more of a thrusting weapon
3. The measure is very long
4. You try bind and thrust a great deal more than you cut through and strike