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Recurve Archery Tips for Beginners

Recurve Archery Tips for beginners

Recurve archery tips for beginners Table of Contents Recurve archery is a fun yet very challenging sport, especially for newcomers. It takes a lot of skill, focus, and precision to finally hit the mark. If you are new to the sport, then you are on the right track. These recurve archery tips for beginners will […]

When To Use A Clicker On A Recurve Bow

When to use a clicker on a recurve bow Table of Contents Precision and accuracy is the name of the game in recurve archery. You need to be consistent to hit a target that is up to 90 meters away. That is where the clicker comes in. So what exactly is it? Why do top-level […]

How To Aim A Recurve Bow

How to aim a recurve bow Table of Contents Beginner archers often wonder how to aim a recurve bow properly. It’s a common scenario to see archers starting out to think about the right way to aim. Aiming a recurve bow is a challenging task since archery is a combination of multiple tasks at once. […]

The Huge Benefits Of An Archery Training Diary

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How To Use An Archery Training Diary The Archery Training Diary – Why “More” Isn’t Always Better Keeping a training diary might seem unnecessary for archery at first; maybe you’ve already improved massively without ever using one. But it needn’t be complicated and take huge amounts of time. You will probably spend hundreds or thousands […]

Correct Draw Scapula Movement – Coaching Feedback

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Correct Draw Scapula Movement for Archery Correct Draw Scapula Movement – Why Lower Isn’t Always Better Today is another coaching feedback video, and I go a bit more in-depth on one specific technique area: the draw scapula movement. This archer was having problems with their draw shoulder, and asked me to take a look. In […]

Recurve Neck Tension – Causes and Solutions

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Recurve Neck Tension – Causes and Solutions Recurve Neck Tension – Causes and Solutions Today’s post covers and extremely common issue which too many recurve archers face, especially when they first start shooting: too much neck tension. Its causes are simple, but fixing it can often take a long time. As a result, it’s worth […]

Advanced Archery Coaching – Going From Great to World-Class

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Advanced Archery Coaching – From Great to World Class Advanced Archery Coaching – Going From Great to World-Class Today’s post is one of my favourites, because I get to provide real value to an archer by give advanced coaching feedback on their archery form. Shrishti is an extremely motivated archer who I’m sure we’ll see […]

Recurve Draw Shoulder Technique

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Recurve Draw Shoulder Technique – Olympic Archery Recurve Draw Shoulder Technique – Introduction The draw shoulder is such an important part of the recurve shot, but there are some things that can really compromise the health of the shoulder, as well as limit your technique. In a recent YouTube video (see below) I go through […]

Recurve Archery Coaching Example

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Recurve Archery Coaching Example – 1 Month Progress Recurve Archery Coaching – 1 Month Improvement Just over a month ago I gave some coaching feedback to a recurve archer from Vietnam named Quõc. Today we look at the improvement he’s made in his technique since that coaching video. He’s progressed so much in such a […]

How To Perfect Your Grip & Hook (Part 2)

Archery Bow and Draw Hand Position (Part 2) First things first… This is the second post in a two part series. Make sure you check out Bow Hand and Draw Hand Position Part 1. Points 1 to 3 are in Part 1, now let’s take a look at the other key points that you should […]