archery psychology

The best international outdoor tournaments

Pack your suitcase! Duncan Busby takes us through some of the best international outdoor competitions to jet off to in 2018

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Mindfulness over matter

John Stanley explores the concept of mindfulness, and finds that it’s linked to archery in more ways than just as a tool for improvement

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Posted in Features, Psychology

8 steps to manage competition nerves

Crystal Gauvin gives us the low-down on strategies for keeping calm when competing

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Q&A: How to regain enthusiasm for archery

Losing enthusiasm for your sport is more common than you might think. Andrew Smith explains how to revive your passion when it wanes

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Archery Psychology: When kindness is key

Erin Prior analyses the role self-compassion can play in managing your mindset in tricky situations

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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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How to cure your shooting hang-ups

“Freezing” or “hanging up” on the clicker are two names for the same problem; an inability to execute the shot properly. Andrew Smith looks at the causes and cures

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Posted in Psychology, Technique
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