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These are slightly different than the NASP 11 steps. It would make a good comparison activity.                                                                                                                                                      More

These are slightly different than the NASP 11 steps. It would make a good comparison activity. More

5 Steps to Bow Shooting Basics: Stance  Grip Tactics. Sorta like what Halt would tell Will...

5 Steps to Bow Shooting Basics: Stance Grip Tactics. Sorta like what Halt would tell Will...

Kristen Schmitt shoots her bow and gives archery tips from her first time at an indoor archery range.

5 Best Archery Tips for Beginners from Locavore Kristen Schmitt

Kristen Schmitt shoots her bow and gives archery tips from her first time at an indoor archery range.

Archery, Arrows & Arrow Flight — There is a critical distance at about 5 to 8 metres. If the arrow hits fetching end "up", the nocking point needs to be lowered, and if it hits tail end down, the nocking point needs to be raised.

Archery, Arrows & Arrow Flight — There is a critical distance at about 5 to 8 metres. If the arrow hits fetching end "up", the nocking point needs to be lowered, and if it hits tail end down, the nocking point needs to be raised.

In archery, it is important to keep your shoulders in line. In picture A, the individual would have a difficult time aiming because they are using their muscles to hold the bow. I realize that you use muscles to hold the bow, but in picture B, the individual is using the bones in their arm to hold the pressure of the bow, allowing for a steadier aim.

In archery, it is important to keep your shoulders in line. In picture A, the individual would have a difficult time aiming because they are using their muscles to hold the bow. I realize that you use muscles to hold the bow, but in picture B, the individual is using the bones in their arm to hold the pressure of the bow, allowing for a steadier aim.