Hello, this is Christina, the Amputee OT; and since I got my amputation. I decided to take up a new sport : Archery! You’re a new amputee, and you don’t have your prosthetic yet, and you want to do archery. It’s really easy because you can get in a chair or wheelchair to sit in. You don’t have to stand or even kneel on the ground– I’m going to have to try that– and since we’re on the grass, I have added the free wheel to my wheelchair. There aren’t a whole lot of accessible archery places you can go to. A lot of them are kind of in the woods and you sort of run around in the woods and shoot at different targets, but this one’s pretty accessible. This is Booter Park in Fenton, and they have built an accessible archery target. Unfortunately, you can see the target is not there yet. Once they get the target put in it would be a pretty accessible range. Oh no, my end fell off! The little–the little knob, what’s it called? [“The nock”.] The nock! My nock just fell off and flew in the air. Now that I’ve done a little bit of kneeling, I would say that this is actually a pretty good exercise for you to do if you’re new amputee; because it works on your core balance. If you’re gonna do this, I would definitely say you should lean against this thing instead of just doing it out in the open, so you don’t fall over. Adam is way better than I am! Here, I put the quiver on the back of my chair. This comes off like this– and goes on. This way, I can wheel around without the quiver arrows getting caught in my arms. All right YouTube, that’s all for today! See you soon!