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Posted on: 7/9/2021 by John Siebert
I’ve been coaching for a while and have seen a lot of shooters both good and bad. These eight topics are the biggest problems I see overall with shooters. This article isn’t meant to fix your shooting problems. It is meant to point out some of the generic issues I have seen and fixed with most archery shooters. Maybe you have one of these problems, maybe not. An experienced coach is the best way to identify which issues you need to correct.   Read More
Posted on: 10/8/2020 by John Siebert
Stress automatically calls to mind negative moments in life: A difficult upcoming test, a fight with a friend or parent, global collective stress like the coronavirus pandemic, or even self-created stress about what others might be thinking. And yes, too much stress and too few resources to combat it can be a bad thing…but allowing kids to entirely avoid it actually does them a disservice.  Read More
Posted on: 10/7/2020 by John Siebert
How do you feel about coaches? Do you have a coach? Do you think you need a coach? Coaching as we know it has only been around for a short time. 150 years ago, coaches did not exist. Now, you can find a coach for just about anything, not just sports. Part of the reason coaching has increased so much in recent years is the value people see in it.  Read More
Posted on: 9/8/2020 by John Siebert
Many Bhutanese immigrants who drive for ride-sharing services opted to live off their savings during coronavirus-related lockdowns in New York City. As they begin to return to work, their country’s national pastime has been a comfort.  Read More
Posted on: 9/5/2020 by John Siebert
Since you are reading Archery World, we can assume you are an archer who is interested in “shooting more, shooting better and having more fun,” since that’s the guiding force of this publication. That seems to be three possible goals but I think we can distill it down a bit. I believe if you do succeed in shooting better, you will undoubtedly have more fun and will naturally want to shoot your bow more often.  Read More
Posted on: 8/13/2020 by John Siebert
Mountain hunting takes a toll on your equipment, especially your bow. By the end of bowhunting season, my bow is looking rough—rock scars on the cams, strings are fuzzed, paint is chipped, bolts are rusted, and the grip is worn—but I know it’s still spot on from the extra measures I take.   Read More
Posted on: 8/3/2020 by John Siebert
A listing of website concerning archery in Ohio.  Read More
Posted on: 8/2/2020 by John Siebert
Couldn't get my drawing elbow around without pain in my shoulder and back. Then I saw this illustration.  Read More
Posted on: 8/1/2020 by John Siebert
Today’s Lessons: -Zanshin- the mind with no remainder. In other words the mind is being completely fixated on the task or the action and is in a state of awareness, a relaxed alertness!  Read More
Posted on: 7/31/2020 by John Siebert
Archery is a relaxing, calming sport, but one that requires incredible strength of mind and body. As you focus on your target, clear your head, and ready for the release, you activate numerous muscles throughout your body that need regular training. Whether you are new to the sport or a seasoned archer, incorporating archery strength training into your schedule is essential to improve your shot.   Read More