Improve Your Game
Despite the year that has happened so far, you can use 2020 to build, improve and progress in our wonderful sport!
That is why we are introducing a campaign called Improve Your Game.
Improve Your Game is a series of informative articles, blogs, and videos. They will be created by archers, for archers. It is aimed at all levels of archers who want to improve, learn or develop within our wonderful sport. We will be covering as many topics as possible across the year.
Every Monday we will release content to help as many of you as possible with the different topics. Throughout the year, we will cover topics for recurve, compound, barebow, and longbow, target, 3D, clout and field, with para and able-bodied elements. We will also be incorporating elements of strength and conditioning to help guide with that side of the sport, which can sometimes be overlooked.
These articles, blogs, and videos will be available to everyone via our website and social media channels, and also in Archery UK.
If you would like to help us and fellow Archery GB members with writing an article, please get in touch with Sophie Meering on email@example.com and let us know what you would like to write about!
Improve Your Game
Setting Goals for Your Year
Getting Your Correct Arrow Length
How to Pick Your First Bow
Health Benefits of Archery
How to Shoot Clout
What to Expect at Your First Tournament
Why Field Archery is the Most Fun
How to Aim An English Longbow
Why Team Shooting is Essential
How to Boost your Club’s Profile with Social Media
How to Write a Shot Routine
How to Gap Shoot: Part 1
How to Gap Shoot: Part 2
How to put a Compound Arrow Rest on
How to set your first, second and third axis
How to shoot a Hinge Release
What Sports Compliment Archery Progression and Why?
How to tie in a Peep Sight
Prepare for a Pathway Weekend
How to Stay Focused While Shooting
How to Stay Motivated
How to plan a Productive Session
Staying Positive During Covid
How to Stay Hydrated and Fuelled While Shooting
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