archery improvement

5 ways to develop a winning mindset

Erin Prior points the way to developing a ‘growth mindset’ around the sport

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Practise with purpose

While practice might not make perfect, it should at least make you better. Coach Larry Wise explains how to structure a practice session to achieve just that

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How to get your references right

Duncan Busby outlines the importance of a set of comfortable, consistent reference points, and explains how you can find what works for you

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Q&A: Keeping your cool after a bad shot

Alistair Whittingham explains how to get back on track if you lose focus after a bad shot…

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Why it pays to have allies as an archer

Everyone needs a bit of help now and again – and having the right people and relationships in place can be a huge asset to your archery, as Danielle Brown explains

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6 Ways to improve your shoulder strength for archery

Crystal Gauvin talks us through some easy and effective ways to improve your shoulder strength and endurance so you can build up your draw weight

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