What is a finger tab? All you need to know

What Is A Finger Tab? Table of Contents It is easy to be overwhelmed by the number of archery accessories such as a finger tab, arm guard, and many more. However, it is necessary to use them since they protect you and your equipment. One of the most important pieces of archery equipment is the […]

Best Intermediate Recurve Sight

Best Intermediate Recurve Sight

What is the Best Intermediate Recurve Sight? Table of Contents There are a lot of Olympic recurve sights available today but which is the best for intermediate archers? It’s likely that you started your archery journey with a plastic beginner sight. But as your skills get better, you’ll notice that a basic plastic sight might […]

Parts of a Recurve Bow

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The Parts of a Recurve Bow Table of Contents The recurve bow is the most popular type of bow. Beginners are most likely to get their first archery experience with a recurve bow while experts use it to compete at the highest level such as the Olympics or the World Archery Championships. The Olympic Recurve […]

How To Properly Cut & Assemble Arrows

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How To Cut Arrows – for Carbon and Aluminum Shafts HOW TO CUT ARROWS – INTRODUCTION Obviously, it’s really important to make sure you know what length you want your arrows before you cut them. If you’re new to archery or making some large form changes, your draw length will probably change quite a bit. […]

How To Learn Archery

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How To Learn Archery Table of Contents Step 1 – Decide How To Start Learning Archery You have 2 main options when it comes to starting archery. You can try to find an archery club or beginners course near you, or you can learn archery by yourself. How To Find a Local Beginners Course Learning […]

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 […]

Archery Exercises and Shooting – Finding A Training Balance

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How To Use Archery Exercises in Training Archery Exercises and Shooting – Finding A Training Balance If you’re serious about your training, it’s extremely important to balance both exercises and shooting to progress your archery in the best way. What this looks like depends on your goals. It also depends on your previous training experience, […]