Archery | Too Far, Too Heavy, Too Soon
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Archery | Too Far, Too Heavy, Too Soon

[shhh-thunk] Hey guys, this is NUSensei. Now when I see new archers get into the sport there’s always this sense of excitement, the buzz of getting your brand new bow, the thrill of seeing the arrow whiz through the air. There’s fun and energy and excitement. It takes over you. But, as the saying goes, […]

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Regarding Archery Questions and Enquiries
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Regarding Archery Questions and Enquiries

[Shhh-thunk] Hello people. This is NUSensei, and today I have a short video regarding people asking me questions. Ever since I started covering archery on this channel, I’ve had a lot of questions. Questions about equipment, and starting out, and training and competitions, and everything, and I’m totally fine with answering your questions. Just do […]

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Can You Teach Yourself Archery?
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Can You Teach Yourself Archery?

Hey guys, this is NUSensei. Many people who watch this channel are first-timers who are trying to get into archery and are looking for the easiest way to experience the sport. One of the major problems which many people experience is the lack of clubs and coaching in their area. Because of this, one of […]

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Archery | Making Bowstrings – Equipment
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Archery | Making Bowstrings – Equipment

In this video for making bowstrings, we will look at some of the equipment needed to craft a bowstring. Not having the right equipment is probably the prime reason that stops people from learning to make their own strings. Aside from the essentials, we will also take a look at other items that you should […]

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Archery Stories | Struggles & Successes
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Archery Stories | Struggles & Successes

Hello everyone. This is NUSensei. In 2016, I ran a competition in which I invited archers from around the world to share their archery stories, highlighting their struggles and their successes. Three winners were selected, and each received a Shot Trainer from Astra Archery. Now that we are in a new year, I would like […]

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Archery | Vanes – XS Wings
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Archery | Vanes – XS Wings

By now you’ve probably heard of Spin-Wings. These performance vanes are the choice of professionals, along with similar vanes, such as Kurlys and EliVanes. Easy to put on, they can improve accuracy thanks to the extra spin generated. Most competitive archers will be familiar with these vanes. However, they are not without their shortcomings. Unlike […]

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Archery Annoyances #14 – “Watch the Pros”
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Archery Annoyances #14 – “Watch the Pros”

(music playing) With archery becoming an increasingly popular sport, more and more people are buying bows and teaching themselves how to shoot. Although the predominant recommendation is to go to a club and take lessons. It isn’t an option for many people. And some people just don’t want to mess around with the club scene. […]

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Archery | How To Make an Endless Loop String
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Archery | How To Make an Endless Loop String

This is going to be a huge video. Now, I want to begin by saying that there isn’t one ‘correct’ way of making a bowstring. You can look up different tutorials, and videos and each one has something slightly different. Where possible, I’ll cover alternative methods to better cover this topic. And again, I’m not […]

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Archery Annoyances #11 – Movie Mistakes
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Archery Annoyances #11 – Movie Mistakes

I know a lot of people who have this pet hate: Watching movies that clearly portray archery in the wrong manner. Now, some movies go to a respectable length to get archery to look right, but others take a lot of creative liberties, and while this may make archery look cooler, it can also upset […]

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