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World Archery hat für Bogentrainer und Bogenschützen ein umfassendes Handbuch zur Durchführung von Trainings erstellt.

Coach’s Manual – Entry Level

Coach's Manual Entry Level

Coach’s Manual Entry Level

Das Buch wurde im Januar 2015 in einer aktualisierten Form herausgebracht.

Aus dem Inhalt

  • FOREWORD
    • From the PRESIDENT of WORLD ARCHERY
    • From the CHAIRMAN of the WORLD ARCHERY COACHES COMMITTEE
    • From the DIRECTOR of the WORLD ARCHERY DEVELOPMENT and EDUCATION
  • THANKS TO THE CONTRIBUTORS
  • INTRODUCTION
    • Manual Objective
    • The Archery Coach Candidate
    • The Novice Archer
    • National Coaching Education Program
      • The Levels
      • Efficiency of the Program and the Trained Coach
  • TERMINOLOGY / GLOSSARY
  • Chapter 1: ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION AND ARCHER’S SKILLS
    • 1.1. The Archer’s Task
      • 1.1.1. Physical Task
      • 1.1.2. Coordination Task of the Archer
      • 1.1.3. Another Task of the Archer: The Forces Production
    • 1.2. The Archer’s Skills
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter 2: Safety
    • 2.1. Planning
      • 2.1.1. Facilities
      • 2.1.2. Emergency Action Plan
      • 2.1.3. First Aid
      • 2.1.4. Archery Site
    • 2.2. Group Safety
      • 2.2.1. Planning
      • 2.2.2. The Lesson
    • 2.3. Personal Safety
    • 2.4. Equipment Safety
    • 2.5. Range Etiquette
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter 3: THE COACH’S ROLE AND WHAT IS COACHING
    • Introduction: “Being a good coach is not enough”
    • 3.1. Your Role as an Archery Coach
    • 3.2. Coaching Qualities
      • 3.2.1. Technical Knowledge
      • 3.2.2. Personality
        • 3.2.2.1. Sincerity
        • 3.2.2.2. Sincerity of Purpose
        • 3.2.2.3. Attitude toward the Group
        • 3.2.2.4. Appreciation
      • 3.2.3. Fair Play
      • 3.2.4. Communicating
        • 3.2.4.1. Communicating with your novices
        • 3.2.4.2. Speaking ability and control
        • 3.2.4.3. Audibility
        • 3.2.4.4. Clarity
        • 3.2.4.5. Speed
        • 3.2.4.6. Gesture
        • 3.2.4.7. Enthusiastic versus monotony
        • 3.2.4.8. Repetitious phrases
        • 3.2.4.9. Humour
        • 3.2.4.10. Timing
      • 3.2.5. Time Management
      • 3.2.6. Managing the Financial Recourses
      • 3.2.7. Selecting a Teaching Method
      • 3.2.8. Managing the Human Resources
        • 3.2.8.1. Managing the coach / parent / athlete relationship
      • 3.2.9. Ethics
      • 3.2.10. Experience
      • 3.2.11. Self-Evaluation
    • 3.3. Code of Ethics
  • Chapter 4: ENTRY LEVEL PROGRAM and ARCHERY CLASSES
    • 4.1. Preparation of a Level 1 Archery Program
      • 4.1.1. Program Planning and Preparation
      • 4.1.2. Practice Session and Sequencing
      • 4.1.3. BAP, a World Archery tool to build your entry level program from
      • 4.1.4. Promoting your programme
      • 4.1.5. Registration and Data Banking
        • 4.1.5.1. File of Participants
        • 4.1.5.2. File of Equipment
        • 4.1.5.3. Equipment Assignment File
        • 4.1.5.4. Medical Information Card
    • 4.2. Preparation of an Archery Class
      • 4.2.1. Come-and-try Event versus the First Class of an entry Level Program
      • 4.2.2. Educational Concept
        • 4.2.2.1. Global Learning
        • 4.2.2.2. Analytic Learning
      • 4.2.3. Introduction / Pre-practice Task
      • 4.2.4. Typical Task for the First Session
        • 4.2.4.1. Shooting Side Choice
        • 4.2.4.2. Determining Draw Length
      • 4.2.4.3. Choice of Equipment
    • 4.3. Archery Class
      • 4.3.1. First Practice Session
      • 4.3.2. Second Practice Session
      • 4.3.3. Following Practice Sessions
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter 5: TEACHING AIDS and TIPS
    • 5.1. Prior Knowledge
    • 5.2. Teaching Aids
      • 5.2.1. For demonstration
      • 5.2.2. For practice
    • 5.3. Effective Archer Viewing Arrangement
    • 5.4. Instructions
      • 5.4.1. During a Demonstration
      • 5.4.2. During the Practice Time of the Beginners
    • 5.5. Observation
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter 6: TEACHING SUGGESTIONS for PRACTICAL COACHING
    • Introduction
    • Some terminology
    • Structure of the Chapter
    • 6.1. Stance
      • 6.1.1. Complimentary Knowledge
      • 6.1.2. Exercises
        • Stance and Body Stability 1
        • Stance and Body Stability 2
        • Stance and Body Stability 3
    • 6.2. Nocking the arrow
      • 6.2.1. Complimentary Knowledge
      • 6.2.2. Exercises
    • 6.3. String Hand and Grip
      • 6.3.1. Complementary Knowledge
      • 6.3.2. Exercises
        • String Hand and Wrist Pre-setting
        • String Hand Pre-setting with relaxed wrist and flat knuckles
    • 6.4. Bow Hand and Elbow
      • 6.4.1. Complementary Knowledge
      • 6.4.2. Exercises
        • Bow hand 1
        • Bow hand 2
    • 6.5. Body Pre-setting
      • 6.5.1. Complementary Knowledge
      • 6.5.2. Exercises
        • Pre-setting the Body – 1
        • Pre-setting the Body – 2
        • Pre-setting the Body – 3
        • Pre-setting the Body – 4
    • 6.6. Raising the bow
      • 6.6.1. Complementary Knowledge
      • 6.6.2. Exercises
        • Raising the Arms, Hands and Bow – 1
        • Raising the Arms, Hands and Bow – 2
    • 6.7. Pre-draw
      • 6.7.1. Complementary Knowledge
      • 6.7.2. Exercises
        • Pre-draw and Body Pre-setting – 1
        • Pre-draw and Body Pre-setting – 2
        • Pre-draw and Bow Shoulder – 1
        • Pre-draw and Bow Shoulder – 2
        • Pre-draw and Bow Elbow
    • 6.8. Draw
      • 6.8.1. Complementary Knowledge
      • 6.8.2. Exercises
        • The start of the draw
        • Drawing in the shooting plane
        • The path of the hands during the draw
        • Low centre of gravity
        • Motionless and stable head – 1
        • Motionless and stable head – 2
        • Still Upper body
        • Self-observation for the maintenance of the top body during the draw
        • Drawing with bow shoulder down
        • Drawing while keeping the shoulder alignment
        • Drawing in the shooting plane with an elastic string
        • Self-observation of the draw in the shooting plane
        • Drawing in the shooting plane with regular archery equipment
        • Drawing with a consistent string hand and finger position
        • Involvement of the three string fingers
        • Body weight distribution on the legs
    • 6.9. Facial Marks or References
      • 6.9.1. Complimentary Knowledge
      • 6.9.2. Exercises
        • String Alignment
        • Facial marks and string forearm alignment with the arrow
        • Facial references versus the arrow / String forearm alignment
        • Alignment of the shoulder blades
        • Horizontal String Forearm Alignment
        • String alignment discovery
        • Neck and shoulders Relaxation
    • 6.10. Draw Expansion
      • 6.10.1. Complementary Knowledge
        • Bow scapula action
        • The Various String Scapula Actions
          • 1) The string scapula moves toward the spine
            • 1.1. The string elbow moves horizontally towards the back
            • 1.2. The string elbow moves diagonally down
            • 1.3. With the string elbow moving diagonally upwards
          • 2) The string scapula moves away from the spine
            • 2.1. The string elbow moves horizontally backward
            • 2.2. The string elbow moves backward and a little downward
            • 2.3. The string elbow moves backward and a little upward
          • 3) The string scapula does not move
            • For any Draw Expansion Technique
      • 6.10.2. Exercises
        • Lowering of the shoulders
        • Vertical extension
        • Upper body expansion
        • Push awareness
        • Pull awareness
        • Bow shoulder extension
        • String blade away
        • String blade away and up
        • String blade away and down
        • Moving the shoulder blade towards the spine and horizontally
        • Moving the string shoulder blade towards the spine and up
        • Moving the string shoulder blade towards the spine and down
        • Efficient draw
        • Complete the full draw action
        • Draw extension stability
    • 6.11. Aiming
      • 6.11.1. Complementary Knowledge
        • A matter of balance between two modes of attention
        • Source of stability
        • The importance of keeping the shoulders and hips directly above the feet
      • 6.11.2. Exercises
        • Awareness of Head Canting (String Alignment)
        • Use of the waist in the aiming process
        • Aiming Off from Centre
        • Shooting in the wind
        • Sight adjustment – Learning by Observation of the bow deviation
        • Sight adjustment – Learning by Observation of the impacts deviation
        • Aiming adjustment in Bare-bow shooting (The Triangle Method)
    • 6.12. Release
      • 6.12.1. Complementary Knowledge
      • 6.12.2. Exercises
        • Hands-free mimics
        • Simulation in pairs
        • Release mimics with an elastic band
        • Checking the good predispositions to release with bow
        • Feeling discovery
        • Relaxing of the string fingers for releasing
        • The Follow-through on Release
        • The release at reduced draw
        • The relaxation of the unused fingers
        • Visual control of the release
        • Assisted release
        • Facial references during the release
        • Release in the arrow axis
        • The direction of the release
        • To make the release more dynamic To make the release more dynamic with a harness
    • 6.13. String Clearance
      • 6.13.1. Tests
        • String clearance at the bow forearm level
        • String clearance at the chest level
      • 6.13.2. Rectifications and exercises to improve string clearance
        • Clothing issue at the chest or sleeve level
        • Bow shoulder alignment
        • Bow elbow orientation
        • Bow Hand Position – Rectifications
        • Bow hand position – 1
        • Bow hand position – 2
        • Canting of the body with regard to the target
        • Leaning of the body forward-backward (toes/heels)
        • Positioning of the low back
        • Height of energy
        • The angle bow arm / line of shoulders
    • 6.14. Follow-through
      • 6.14.1. Complementary Knowledge
      • 6.14.2. Exercises
        • Keeping a relaxed bow hand
        • Launch of an elastic band
        • Suspended bow
        • The use of the bow sling
        • Catch the bow
        • Maintaining a relaxed bow hand fingers 1
        • Maintaining a relaxed bow hand fingers 2
        • Follow-through of the bow arm
        • Observation follow-through
        • Self-observation follow-through
        • Breathing follow-through
    • 6.15. Breathing
      • 6.15.1. Complementary Knowledge
        • Continuity in breathing during the release
        • Controlling breathing
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter 7: COMMON PROBLEMS
    • 7.1. The Archer cannot close the Non-Dominant Eye when Aiming
    • 7.2. Shoulders moving up whilst raising the Bow
    • 7.3. Drawing the Bow with the Arm instead of the Muscles in the Back
    • 7.4. Variations of the string fingers pressure on the string
    • 7.5. Moving the Head toward the String
    • 7.6. The Arrow falls off the Rest while Aiming
    • 7.7. Moving the Body Weight onto the Bow Foot
    • 7.8. Moving the Body Weight onto the Rear Foot
    • 7.9. The Bow Shoulder moving Upwards and Backwards
    • 7.10. Expanding at full draw with the arm instead of muscles from the posterior part of the shoulders and the back
    • 7.11. Canting the bow whilst Aiming
    • 7.12. The String hits the Bow Arm, Elbow or Forearm
    • 7.13. Grabbing the Bow upon Release
    • 7.14. Target Panic
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter 8: STARTING WITH A TRADITIONAL BOW
    • 8.1. Equipment
      • 8.1.1. Bow
      • 8.1.2. Arrows
      • 8.1.3. String Finger Protector
      • 8.1.4. Bow Hand Armguard/glove
      • 8.1.5. Bow Sling
    • 8.2. Form
      • 8.2.1. Stance
      • 8.2.2. Binocular Vision and Dominant Eye
      • 8.2.3. Bow hand
      • 8.2.4. Bow Arm / Elbow
      • 8.2.5. String grip
      • 8.2.6. Canting the Bow
      • 8.2.7. Facial Reference Marks/Anchor and Forces Alignment
    • 8.3. Aiming Methods
      • 8.3.1. Without Conscious References
      • 8.3.2. With Conscious References
        • 8.3.2.1 Visual focus on a particular spot of the target face
        • 8.3.2.2 Visual focus on the centre of the target face
        • 8.3.3.3 Aiming follow-through
    • 8.4. Traditional Archery Training and Practice
    • 8.5. Basic Tips for good maintenance of Traditional Archery Equipment
      • 8.5.1. The Bow
      • 8.5.2. The Arrows
      • 8.5.3. The String
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter 9: EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES
    • 9.1. Preliminaries
    • 9.2. Shooting side
    • 9.3. The Bow
      • 9.3.1 Bow Description
      • 9.3.2. Bracing / Stringing a Bow
      • 9.3.3. Brace Height (also called string height)
      • 9.3.4. Bow Length
      • 9.3.5. Bow Weight
    • 9.4. Arrows
      • 9.4.1. Arrow Description
      • 9.4.2. Arrow Material
      • 9.4.3. Arrow Identification
      • 9.4.4. Arrow Length
      • 9.4.5. Arrow Spine and Size
      • 9.4.6. Arrow Assembly & maintenance
        • 9.4.6.1 Fitting the nock
        • 9.4.6.2 Installing the point into an arrow
        • 9.4.6.3 Fletching the arrow
        • 9.4.6.4 Checking the straightness of the arrow
    • 9.5. Tab
    • 9.6. Armguard (bracer)
    • 9.7. Wrist/Finger Sling
    • 9.8. Quiver
    • 9.9. Chest-Guard
    • 9.10. Footwear
    • 9.11. Target Butt
    • 9.12. Bowstring
      • 9.12.1 String description
      • 9.12.2 Making a string
        • Installation onto the support device
        • If you have a string that is the correct length
        • If you do not have a string that is the correct length
        • Making the first string end
        • Making the second end of the string
        • Twisting the string in the correct direction
        • Getting the correct bracing height
        • Bedding in the wax
        • Making the centre serving
      • 9.12.3. Setting the nocking point
    • 9.13. Selecting the Basic Equipment
      • 9.13.1. Kit example
      • 9.13.2. Selecting a bow
        • 9.13.2.1. Selecting the bows limbs fitting (for take-down bows)
        • 9.13.2.2. Bow straightness
        • 9.13.2.3. Limb straightness
        • 9.13.2.4. Vertical string resistance
        • 9.13.2.5. Tiller
      • 9.13.3. Selecting and fitting the arrow rest
      • 9.13.4. Pressure button
      • 9.13.5. Initial nocking point setting
      • 9.13.6. Arrow selection
      • 9.13.7. Fitting the sight
      • 9.13.8. Clicker
      • 9.13.9. Stabilisation
    • 9.14. How to Set-up an Archery Range
  • Chapter 10: THE DISABLED NOVICE ARCHER
    • 10.1. Introduction
    • 10.2. Types of Disability
    • 10.3. Archers with Limited use of the Arms
      • 10.3.1. Bow Arm
        • 10.3.1.1. Prosthetics
        • 10.3.1.2. Strapping
        • 10.3.1.3. Elbow Splint
      • 10.3.2. Drawing Arm
        • 10.3.2.1. Prosthetics
        • 10.3.2.2. Release Aid
        • 10.3.2.3. Dexterity
    • 10.4. Standing Archers with Balance Problems
    • 10.5. Archers with Visual Impairment
      • 10.5.1. Position on the Line
      • 10.5.2. Sighting
      • 10.5.3. Archer’s Assistance
      • 10.5.4. Scoring
    • 10.6. Archers with Mental Disabilities
    • 10.7. Archers Using Wheelchairs
      • 10.7.1. Chair Position
      • 10.7.2. Archer’s Sitting Position
      • 10.7.3. Equipment
      • 10.7.4. Stringing the Bow
      • 10.7.5. Shooting Form
      • 10.7.6. String Clearance
      • 10.7.7. The Chair Back
      • 10.7.8. Scoring and Collecting
      • 10.7.9. Some Points to Remember
    • 10.8. Archers Shooting from and Ordinary Chair or Stool
    • 10.9. Archers with Communication Difficulties
      • 10.9.1. Archers with Hearing Impairment
      • 10.9.2. Archer with Speech Impairment
    • 10.10. Archers with a Combination of Difficulties
    • 10.11. Other Medical Issues
    • 10.12. Conclusion
  • Chapter 11: PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
    • Regarding the vocabulary  (+ Glossary)
    • Introduction
    • 11.1. Warm-up
      • 11.1.1. Cardio-vascular Exercises
      • 11.1.2. Movements of General Warm-up
        • 11.1.2.1. Torso warm-up
        • 11.1.2.2. Legs warm-up
        • 11.1.2.3. Shoulders warm-up
        • 11.1.2.4. Elbows, wrist and fingers warm-up
        • 11.1.2.5. Neck warm-up
      • 11.1.3. Stretching
        • 11.1.3.1. Torso stretch
        • 11.1.3.2. Shoulders
        • 11.1.3.3. Chest stretching
        • 11.1.3.4. Neck Stretching
        • 11.1.3.5. Leg Stretching
      • 11.1.4. Warm-up through Effort Production
        • Introduction to Strengthening
      • 11.1.5. Oriented Warm-up with rubber band
      • 11.1.6. Shooting warm-up
    • 11.2. Cardio-vascular Development
    • 11.3. Body Balance
      • 11.3.1. General Body Balance
      • 11.3.1.1. On feet without any device
      • 11.3.1.2. Proprioceptive or wobbling boards
      • 11.3.1.3. With light overloads
      • 11.3.2. Shooting Body Balance
      • 11.3.2.1. One wobbling direction
      • 11.3.2.2. Wobbling in all directions
    • 11.4. Strengthening
      • 11.4.1 Postural Body Control
      • 11.4.1.1. Core Exercises on Stable Support
      • 11.4.1.2. Core Exercises on Unstable Support
      • 11.4.1.3. Body Control with Load in Suspension
      • 11.4.2. Strengthening with Body Weight
      • 11.4.3. Strengthening with an elastic resistance
      • 11.4.4. Isometric strengthening by pair
      • 11.4.5. Effects of the various strengthening methods
      • 11.4.6. Specific or shooting strength
      • 11.4.6.1. More mass weight
      • 11.4.6.2. More bow tension (weight)
      • 11.4.6.3. More arrows / shots
      • 11.4.6.4. Burst of arrows – short rests
      • 11.4.6.5. Long-time holding at full draw
      • 11.4.6.6. Combinations
    • 11.5. Conclusion
    • 11.6. Glossary
  • Chapter 12: GAMES
  • Chapter 13: World Archery Beginners Award Programme
    • 13.1. Introduction
      • 13.1.1. To the Level Archery Coaches
      • 13.1.2. To the Beginner Archers
      • 13.1.3. The World Archery Beginners Awards Program at a Glance
    • 13.2. Overall Presentation
      • 13.2.1. Goals
      • 13.2.2. Evaluation Principles
        • 13.2.2.1. Score
        • 13.2.2.2. Skills Development
        • 13.2.2.3. Knowledge and/or know-how’s
      • 13.2.3. Delivery of the World Archery Beginners Awards
      • 13.2.4. Types of Awards
      • 13.2.5. Recommended Examination Guidelines for Both Awards
        • World Archery Feather Awards at a glance
        • World Archery Arrow Awards at a glance
    • 13.3. The Feathers
      • 13.3.1. Recommended Guidelines for the “Feathers”
        • 13.3.1.1. Score Evaluation
        • 13.3.1.2. Skills Evaluation
        • 13.3.1.3. Knowledge and Know-how’s Evaluation
      • 13.3.2. The Red Feather
        • 13.3.2.1. Performance
        • 13.3.2.2. Skills
        • 13.3.2.3. Knowledge and/or Know-how
          • Evaluation Form for Red Feather Candidates
      • 13.3.3. The Gold Feather
        • 13.3.3.1. Performance
        • 13.3.3.2. Skills
        • 13.3.3.3. Knowledge and/or Know-how
          • Evaluation Form for Gold Feather Candidates
    • 13.4. The Arrows
      • 13.4.1. Recommended Evaluation Guidelines for the “Arrows”
        • 13.4.1.1. Score Evaluation
        • 13.4.1.2. Skill Evaluation
        • 13.4.1.3. Knowledge and Know-how’s Evaluation
      • 13.4.2. The White Arrow
        • 13.4.2.1. Performance
        • 13.4.2.2. Skills
        • 13.4.2.3. Knowledge and/or Know-how
          • Evaluation Form for White Arrow Candidates
      • 13.4.3. The Black Arrow
        • 13.4.3.1. Performance
        • 13.3.3.2. Skills
        • 13.3.3.3. Knowledge and/or Know-how
          • Evaluation Form for Black Arrow Candidates
      • 13.4.4. The Blue Arrow
        • 13.4.4.1. Performance
        • 13.4.4.2. Skills
        • 13.4.4.3. Knowledge and/or Know-how
          • Evaluation Form for Blue Arrow Candidates
      • 13.4.5. The Red Arrow
        • 13.4.5.1. Performance
        • 13.4.5.2. Skills
        • 13.4.5.3. Knowledge and/or Know-how
          • Evaluation Form for Red Arrow Candidates
      • 13.4.6. The Gold Arrow
        • 13.4.6.1. Performance
        • 13.4.6.2. Skills
        • 13.4.6.3. Knowledge and/or Know-how
          • Evaluation Form for Gold Arrow Candidates
  • Chapter 14: To become a level 1 archery coach
    • Eligibility to attend a level 1 archery coaching course
    • Evaluation
    • Certification
    • Related WA coaching material

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Coach’s Manual – Intermediate Level

Coach's Manual Intermediate Level

Coach’s Manual Intermediate Level

Das Buch wurde im Juli 2008 herausgebracht, derzeit gibt es noch keine aktualisierte Form. Während die meisten Module noch uneingeschränkt gültig sind hat sich vor allem im Bereich der Regelkunde, sowie der zugelassenen und ausgeschlossenen Ausrüstung einiges geändert.

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Dieses Buch ist nicht mehr in einzelne Kapitel aufgebaut, sondern behandelt einzelne Themenblöcke in abgeschlossenen Modulen:

  • FOREWORD
  • THANKS TO THE CONTRIBUTORS
  • CODE of ETHICS
    • Preamble
    • Role of the Coach
    • Dignity
    • Integrity in Relationships
    • Professional Competence
    • Personal Standards
    • Confidentiality
    • Coach Responsibility
  • ARCHERY ANATOMY, WARM-UP, and PHYSICAL CONDITIONING
    1. Archery Anatomy
    2. Warm-up exercises
    3. Simple exercises for the shoulder girdle
  • BAREBOW
    1. Introduction
    2. Equipment
    3. Shooting Technique and Tuning
    4. Conclusion
    5. Glossary
  • CLOUT ARCHERY
    • The Clout Round – Description
    • Shooting Form
    • Shooting Tecniques
    • Strategies
    • Equipment
    • The String
  • COMPOUND BOW
    1. Diagram
    2. The Compound Bow
    3. Initial Set-Up (before tuning)
    4. Accessories
    5. Arrows
    6. Release
    7. Form
    8. Shot Execution (Release)
    9. Tuning
    10. Maintenance
  • ARCHERS with DISABILITIES
    • Introduction
    • W2 Class
    • W1 Class
    • Standing Class
    • Visuall Impair Class
    • Other Issues
    • APPENDIX: THE LINING UP OF A VISUALLY IMPAIRED ARCHER’S TACTILE SIGHT
  • FIGHT against DOPING
    1. Historic
    2. Definition of doping
    3. Prohibited Substances and methods
    4. Therapeutic Use Exemption procedures
    5. Doping Control Procedure
    6. Useful links and information
  • FIELD ARCHERY
    • Chatpter 1. Introduction
    • Chapter 2. Equipment
    • Chapter 3. Range Finding
    • Chapter 4. Uphill and downhill shooting
    • Chapter 5. Training for field archery
    • Chapter 6. Personal care
    • Chapter 7. Safety in field archery
    • Chapter 8. Tactical considerations in field archery
  • LONGBOW
    • Chapter 1 Equipment
    • Chapter 2 Target shooting
    • Chapter 3 Shooting Styles
    • Glossary
  • PSYCHOLOGY
    1. Introduction
    2. Data banking
    3. Variability
    4. Motivation
    5. Self-confidence
    6. Goal setting
    7. Frequency of training sessions
    8. Learning and teaching
    9. Relaxation techniques
    10. Mental preparation
    11. Getting into the state of concentration on the shooting line
    12. Feedback and pitfalls
    13. Archery is a game
  • RECURVE BOW EQUIPMENT TUNING
  • RECURVE BOW SHOOTING FORM
    1. Stance
    2. Setup
    3. The basic principle of hooking (Placing the fingers on the string)
    4. The Grip (hand position on the bow)
    5. The action drawing the bow
    6. The Anchor (Draw reference point)
    7. Full Draw
    8. Extending
    9. The release
    10. Follow Through
    11. Breathing
    12. Shooting in the wind
  • STANDARD Bow
    • Coaches notes for the Standard Bow
    • FITA Standard Rules
    • FITA Standard Bow Equipment
    • Audible Draw Length Check Indicator
    • When to introduce shooting with clicker?
    • Tuning of a standard bow
  • TRAINING PLAN
  • PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS of ARCHERY
    1. Introduction
    2. The Cardiovascular System
    3. Bioenergetics
    4. Structure and Function of the Skeletal Muscle
    5. Literature and origin of the illustrations

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