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Q&A: Tackling windy conditions for beginners

British weather, even in Summertime, can get a bit windy! It helps to know how to combat this in your archery so you can prevent your arrows going off course. Patrick Huston has some tips…

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Should archery be on TV?

Does archery need to be on television? Chris Wells sets out the facts.

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Make 2018 your best year yet!

Patrick Huston reveals the resolutions you should be making in 2018 to make it your best archery year yet

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How to set goals and have a productive 2018!

Lucy O’Sullivan starts her year with an analysis of the previous one in order to get the best from the coming season – here’s how she does it

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Core Skills: Stance and Stability

A good shot starts with a good base. Crystal Gauvin looks at how to achieve a solid, repeatable stance

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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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Centre Crowdfunding

World Archery has launched a crowdfunding campaign for its Excellence Centre, allowing members of the public to contribute to the project in the final stages of its development. Benefits for the people donating include the opportunity to have their names

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Norfolk Training Centre Open

Archery GB has opened a new training centre in Norfolk. Leading the centre will be coach Chris Latimer, and Archery GB has stated the centre’s aims are to act as a ‘focal point’ in developing best practice and talent development, and supporting archery

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Motor Learning

Craig Johnson explains how the brain learns in co-ordination with muscle systems, and how archers can use that to their advantage in training I have previously given an overview of the nervous system and looked at feedback in the motor system,

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Ask The Experts – Starting Instinctive

Q: I’m new to instinctive archery, having migrated over from Olympic style recurve and I must say that I’m loving it! The only trouble is that now, I’m not very accurate shooting this way. Is this something that will naturally improve

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