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When Learning Goes Wrong

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Craig Johnson outlines how and why bad habits can form, and what to do to break them In other features I’ve given an overview of the nervous system, motor feedback and motor learning. This article will examine some of the

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Posted in Psychology

Aiming and Attention

As a rule, the arrow lands where the pin was at the time the bow went off, so the principle of aiming is to get the pin as close to the centre as you can

Liam Grimwood explains how to achieve the relaxed yet focused aim top shooters use, which can help keep you calm as well as on target      Aiming is an extremely critical part of the shot. Most compound shooters that

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Posted in Technique, Uncategorized

Behind The Line

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A whole new perspective on archery is within your reach – John Dudley explains how to find it I have been asked – by many archers and on many occasions – several common questions relating to performance archery. A few

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Posted in Technique

Back to a Back Tension

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Duncan Busby made the switch to a back tension release aid, and here he explains how to make the process work for you   A couple of years ago I set myself the goal of shooting with a back tension release

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The Crucial Factor

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Roy Rose knows an unanticipated release is essential – and here, he explains why   One of the most puzzling aspects of our sport is surely the statistic that reveals that, although almost every elite shooter employs a surprise release,

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