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Expectations for 2009
Expectations for 2009
"With more returning members there is less of need to work on the basics, allowing us to move to more advanced training. Having done so well last year, we now want the team to reach for the next level. Our goal is to make our team more competitive in the West and in the nation." [View full document]
The Top Ten Reasons Archers Must Exercise
The Top Ten Reasons Archers Must Exercise
"Regular exercise increases mental acuity and results in a positive mental outlook. The extra boost from exercise may just be the one element you need to improve your archery shot, your score, and your competitive standing." [View full document]
The Importance of Being Flexible
The Importance of Being Flexible
"Good flexibility protects joints from injury, increases the efficiency and performance of the joints and muscles, enhances athletic performance, and improves muscle balance." [View full document]
A Beginner’s Fitness Program
A Beginners Fitness Program
"This beginner’s program is appropriate for those who do not participate in a structured fitness program and those who rarely or occasionally participate in a structured fitness program." [View full document]
Archery Fitness!
Archery Fitness!
"Should archers be concerned with physical fitness and conditioning? The answer is simple – maximizing your fitness level will improve your shooting, your health, and your life." [View full document]
Strength Training Those Archery Muscles
Strength Training Those Archery Muscles
"Strength training [...] will improve your shot. You will notice an increase in your endurance during long competitions or practice sessions and the ability to perform a proper draw sequence without excess physical stress, thus improving your shot, your groupings, and your score." [View full document]
Archer's Elbow
Archer's Elbow
"Some of you may have noticed an ache or tenderness on the outside of your elbow after only a few shots, while others may not be able to pull the bowstring back at all because of the pain. [...] With a few easy exercises and a modification to your pull, you’ll be back on the range in no time."
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