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Maintain Archery Safety: Before, During, and After Tips

Posted by on 9/20/2018 to News
There are all kinds of sports that are extremely dangerous and people need to be especially careful when sharp, dangerous items are involved.  According to recent National Safety Council statistics, archery is actually more than three times safer than golf, with just one injury for every 2,000 participants.  Before, during, and after you are shooting archery arrows -- you need to always be focusing on keeping yourself and everyone else around you safe. Here are some safety aspects to be aware of at all times: 

5 Archery Tips That Will Help Improve Your Accuracy

Posted by on 9/17/2018 to News
In 2016, the number of people aged six years old and older who participated in archery amounted to roughly 7.9 million. Archery is a lot of fun for people of all ages, but can be tricky to excel or even get better at. Thankfully, there are all sorts of little tips and tricks that you can do to drastically improve your archery skills -- especially your accuracy.

Meet Your Muscles: What You Use In Archery

Posted by on 9/14/2018 to News
Did you know that you can tell what muscles an organism used most in their life from studying their bones? When scientists studied the skeletons of ancient archers, they were able to determine their archery methods by understanding what muscles they used most. Skeletons of 9th and 10th century CE warriors in the area of modern Hungary showed activity-induced stress markers on their bones, also called musculoskeletal stress markers. These bow-wielding warriors had unusual bone structures in their collarbones, upper arm bones, and lower arm bones -- in other words, where crucial archery muscles are attached in living humans.