How to build back strength for archery

Back strength is essential for archery – and life. Lucy O’Sullivan shows you how. I cannot emphasise this enough: we all need to work on our back strength. Not only as archers, but as 21st-century humans. ‘Text neck’ and ‘office

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Inside the KAA

What makes the Koreans so successful? Kristina Dolgilevica takes another look at the formidable Korea Archery Association The Korea Archery Association (KAA) is perhaps the only transdisciplinary organisation dedicated to the sport of archery on the elite level. Its organisational

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Recurve: error analysis

Andrew Smith looks in all directions for the answers Archers really are a generous lot, happy to throw away points during a round or head-to-head match by not realising they have an issue and failing to make an adjustment or

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Modelling arrows in flight

In the third of a series of articles, Dr James Park looks at what we can learn studying the dynamic behaviour of arrows during the power stroke and in-flight In Bow 156, I noted that while I use X10s, size

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The best archery podcasts

Mimi Landström puts her headphones on for some of the best podcasts about archery There are many archery podcasts on the scene right now, some new, some old. Podcasts are on the rise in popularity. They are great to listen

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Core archery: squats

Getting down with Lucy O’Sullivan You may, by now, be slightly sick of my talking about gym exercises again. Don’t worry, I get it – but it’s all for the greater good, I promise. Squats are my go to exercise

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How to be a great archery parent

Naomi Folkard makes an impassioned plea to those behind the line As a parent, you clearly have the potential to have a significant impact on your child’s development and their life as an athlete, whether they have big ambitions or

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Matt Stutzman interview

The ‘Armless Archer’ finally snagged an individual world title in Dubai. By Joe Parker In Dubai, at the 2022 World Archery Para Championships, the USA’s Matt Stutzman finally took an individual world title – the highlight of a high profile

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The Easton Target Archery Podcast – going behind the scenes

The Easton Target Archery Podcast has become a touchstone of the international sport. Mimi Landström investigates. The Easton Target Archery Podcast has been hosted by Easton Target Product manager, senior engineer and past USA World team member George Tekmitchov and

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Ultimate: Archery Gear

If money were no object – or if you only accept the very best – then Bow has once again lovingly compiled a list of the finest gear available. We’ve got lists dedicated to recurve and compound, this one is

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