Traditional Archery As an Elemental Sport

By: Caleb Liu | Apr 3, 2010 Many sports are very equipment intensive and demand a heavy outlay of cash. Archery on the other hand can be viewed as a minimalist sport. That is not to say that you can't spend a lot of money if you try, but at the core there's not much to it. In a nutshell it involves using a bow to launch an arrow through the air to the target.

Beginner Bow

By: Rocky S Spencer | Apr 2, 2010 When you go shopping for your first bow for archery you are looking for a draw weight of about 25 pounds, although there are bows with a 30 pound draw weight. The salesman needs to check your draw length. He'll do this by utilizing an arrow 35 inches long with markings on it.

Strength Training For Archery - How to Improve Your Aim and Draw Weight

By: Joseph Milano | Mar 31, 2010 What exactly is strength training for archery? What exactly does increasing your strength do for you if you are an archer or a bow Hunter? What exactly is strength training for archery? What exactly does increasing your strength do for you if you are an archer or a bow Hunter? read this article and discover the secrets of how to improve your aim and draw weight by using simple string training techniques.

Knowing Your Archery Equipment

By: Sydney Garrison | Mar 29, 2010 Archery is a sport that has been around for thousands of years. It began as a way to hunt for food but with the advent of newer, more advanced weapons, archery is now used mostly for sport. Though it has taken a back seat to other types of hunting, the equipment used in the practice of archery has not been left behind with advances in technology. There are three main pieces of equipment necessary to practice archery. They are bows, arrows and a target. Though not a physical piece of equipment, the archers stance should also be considered a necessary part of archery.

Archery Today is For Sports and Recreation

By: James A. Brown | Mar 29, 2010 When you speak of archery, bows and arrows quickly come to mind. Long ago they were used as weapons for protection against an enemy or as a tool for hunting but today they are used mainly for sport and recreation.

Archery to Relieve Stress

By: Lutetia McDivett | Mar 29, 2010 Are you looking for a new activity to help relieve stress? Do you want to do something to take your mind off the everyday rat race of your life and get your body and mind working? Do you want a sport that challenges you mentally and physically? Why not give archery a go?

Target Archery Grows in Popularity

By: Lutetia McDivett | Mar 29, 2010 For many years target archery was very much an elite sport but has seen a rise in popularity over recent years. It is tremendous for releasing pent up energy in a stress-free environment.

Archery Bow Sights Help You Shoot Accurately

By: Lutetia McDivett | Mar 29, 2010 More and more archery bows and bows sights are refined by technology. You can buy bow sights that range from simple peep sights and green dot sights to pin sights that are adjustable and laser technology to pinpoint your target.

When It's Time to Upgrade Your Recurve Bow

By: Dan Rasinweil | Mar 27, 2010 You've already been using a recurve bow for many years now, but it's time to upgrade and try out a new bow. While it's hard to move away from your old faithful bow since it's proved to work well for many years, getting a new recurve bow is like turning a new page.

What You Should Know About Buying a Used Compound Bow

By: Dan Rasinweil | Mar 27, 2010 Whether it's your first or your fifth compound bow, make sure you do sufficient research before you buy so that you get the perfect bow. Too many people base their decisions on compound bows from things that don't matter.
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