archery tips

8 steps to manage competition nerves

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

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How to prepare your gear for outdoor season

Patrick Huston shares his tips to fine-tune your equipment for outdoor rounds before competing at the long distances

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Advice from an archery coach

What a coach sees… Alistair Whittingham reveals the most common technique issues he encounters in his capacity as a coach

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Basic reminders to help your shot

Andrew Smith looks at the five of the most common shooting errors, which, if addressed, will make it easier for you to repeat the same shot routine each time.

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The essential guide to arrow pressure buttons

Patrick Huston continues his guide to selecting the right equipment – this time looking at arrows and a tuning counterpart of theirs – pressure buttons

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Why you should take your archery indoors

If this is your first indoor season, Andrew Smith has listed the 10 things to be aware of that will help you hit the ground running

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How to combat competitive mind games

From well-meaning but misguided comments to deliberate mind games, there are a number of things that can put you off your shot. Danielle Brown shares her guide to coping with it

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5 Top tips to keep archery practice exciting

Archery is the art of repetition, but long hours spent doing the same thing can get dull. Lucy O’Sullivan shares her top tips on keeping practice engaging

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