Most archery injuries tend to be in the arm or shoulder and can be prevented with correct training and equipment.
It’s important to get in as much archery training as possible before a tournament, regardless of how much free time you have. Even a short session can have a positive impact on your game in the long run. While archery training is important, it is easy to neglect a specific aspect of your game which… Read more →
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It’s one of the oldest sports in the UK. When archery was key to a successful war, Kings even banned many other sports such as football and golf. That way, their archers would not be distracted and would only focus on honing their skills. Now archery is a recreational sport and fortunately, the fate of… Read more →