Archery folk are the best kind of folk – just my opinion! – by Helen Sharpe

My life is full of people who in some way, shape or form belong to the world of little pointy […]

Return to shooting advice – By Iain Wilson

We are getting closer to the time when we can get back out on to the range, and I can […]

Archery, Lockdowns & Me – by Jenny Collins

For regular readers of the Aim4Sport Blog you may remember I wrote about how archery has really helped in my […]

An AGB Ambassadors Tale – by Jack Sharpe

The end of March 2021 will see the second year-end in my role as an AGB Ambassador. This has made […]

Archery (or lack thereof) in the middle of a pandemic… – By Adam Trott

I have shot 5 arrows since September 2020. Reading that back is shocking. Had you told me a year ago […]

Why support matters – The thoughts of a visually Impaired archer – By Deb Wright

I had to stop shooting In May 2019 due to severe pain in my left elbow and pins and needles […]

What if resisting change means having to quit? – by Helen Sharpe

I signed up to my beginners’ course in January 2018, knowing at the same time that I would have a […]

Motivation through Lockdown – by Holly Hunter

As someone who has always struggled with motivation, lockdown has not been easy for me. The thing I most enjoy […]

Imagery and visualisation – By Iain Wilson

How many times have you thought, when somebody mentions this imagery and visualisation stuff, that it’s only for those really […]

You only have archery in your life !! – Helen Sharpe

Approximately 18 months ago, as I sat amongst the parents as our children were all in their coaching session, another […]