3 Tips For Combatting Archery Target Panic

According to a recent U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service survey, 101.6 million Americans (40% of the entire population) participated in hunting, fishing, and wildlife activities in 2016. Archery is one of the most popular outdoor activities and can be fun for people of all ages. However, whether you’re shooting a stationary target at a range or are hunting in the woods, target panic is a very real problem and it can lead to a stressful and unsuccessful career as an archer.

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Mobile Applications and Devices Can Significantly Improve Archery Skills

According to a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service survey, 101.6 million Americans -- 40% of the population -- participated in hunting, fishing, and other wildlife activities throughout 2016. Whether you're hunting or fishing with a bow or just enjoy shooting at targets, archery is great for people of all ages. Archery has been around for centuries, but there have been some major advancements in recent years thanks to technology. Now, anyone in the world can hookup an archery training device to an innovative archery app and improve their shooting skills from their home. 

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Prevent These 2 Common Archery Injuries for Your Best Season Yet

Archers are athletes. At a tournament, for example, archers walk at least five miles each day and can burn between 100 and 150 calories every 30 minutes throughout the day. As with any athletes, archers are prone to specific injuries. The muscles most important for drawing and aiming a bow can quickly become injured from overuse, improper technique, poorly-planned training, and inefficient gear. Whether you're a novice or an archery expert, injuries happen. Get back in the field or back to archery training more quickly by knowing how to avoid these four common archery-related injuries:

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Maintain Archery Safety: Before, During, and After Tips

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: 

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