recurve archery

A guide to bow arm stability

The essentials for keeping your bow arm strong. Keeping the bow arm stable is vital in recurve archery, but it’s surprising how quickly the strength can drop off – especially if you’ve been out of the game for a few

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Ladies First on Netflix now!

Incase you missed it, the Deepika Kumari documentary has finally been released on Netflix, so you can watch in the comfort of your own home!

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How to tackle recurve errors fast

Patrick Huston gives us the lowdown on the root cause of recurve issues

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Top tips for achieving your archery goals!

Got something you want to achieve in archery? Smart goal setting will help you do it, explains John Stanley

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Posted in Features, Psychology, Technique

Fletching by numbers

James Park looks back at the use of two and four fletchings on an arrow, and reveals why three became the standard used today

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Contact Check: Tuning your setup

Breaking blades, torn fletchings, or poor arrow flight can all be symptoms of vane contact with your rest. Duncan Busby explains how to find it, and how to fix it

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