Archery | The Definition of Skill
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Archery | The Definition of Skill

Skill. A word that is thrown around often in archery. Sometimes it’s used to assess an individual. Sometimes it’s used to compare two different athletes. Sometimes it’s used to compare two different styles. Sometimes it’s used objectively. Sometimes it’s used in a derogatory way. It’s used by non-archers. “Oh, you do archery? How good are […]

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Beginners guide to archery Pt3: Archery arrows 101
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Beginners guide to archery Pt3: Archery arrows 101

Now then, we are going to look at arrows with different styles of bows. This is a wood arrow, feather fletchings, nocks, points. These are more for your traditional bows, can be used with recurves. Wouldn’t recommend wood for compounds, not at all really. Wouldn’t shoot a wood arrow out of a compound, totally not […]

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Archery | Anchor Point
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Archery | Anchor Point

Hey guys, this is NUSensei and today, we are going to walk through another crucial concept in archery. The anchor position. The anchor position, is one of several unique elements of archery and while it may look easy, it does require some understanding in order to become a better archer. Let’s look at some common […]

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Archery | Rio 2016 Olympics Equipment List
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Archery | Rio 2016 Olympics Equipment List

[shhh-thunk] Hey guys, this is NUSensei. Today I’m going to go through a very interesting resource. This is the Rio 2016 archery equipment list which is made by Maxime Zopfmann. Thanks Max, this is a fantastic resource. What this is it’s a chart of every archer who competed in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games men […]

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Archery | Using the Sight
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Archery | Using the Sight

[Shhhthunk] Hey guys this is NUSensei If you are getting into archery, and you’re looking at the freestyle or Olympic style recurve then you will have to get familiar with this. This is the sight, and it’s the defining feature of your classification. Now using the sight may seem very obvious, but you will come […]

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Olympic Archery Q&A | Everything Explained
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Olympic Archery Q&A | Everything Explained

Hey guys, this is NUSensei. With the Olympic Games in Rio finished we have another 4 year wait until the next Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2020. In the meantime, there have been plenty of questions about what people have seen on TV. Now, I have already made a video covering immediate questions people had […]

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Archery | Moving Up in Draw Weight
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Archery | Moving Up in Draw Weight

[shhh-thunk] Hey guys, this is NUSensei. In the past I’ve covered several videos on a recurring topic: draw weight. How to pick the right draw weight, how to know if you have the wrong draw weight, draw weight egos, and several others, and one of the recurring questions is “how do I know when it’s […]

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Archery | Injuries and Overbowing
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Archery | Injuries and Overbowing

One of the reasons why some people are hesitant to get into sports is because of injury. A lot of sports, contact and non-contact, do carry a risk of injury, and that’s part of sports. Training and recovery involves a lot of management to ensure that the athlete’s body is in good condition and that […]

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Archery | Why is Form Important?
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Archery | Why is Form Important?

Hey guys, this is NUSensei, and today we’re going to answer one question. “Why is form important?” If you’re an experienced archer then this question doesn’t really need an answer, but if you’re starting out you may be wondering about this fixation about form. You’ve probably been told by many people that you should go […]

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