Process not Score By Dave Leader

Setting an outcome goal more often than not for beginner and intermediate archers result in them looking at the score […]

Want to become a judge? – By Adam Trott

I often get asked why I decided to become a judge. The answers often vary, from saying that I’ve always […]

5 SUGGESTIONS FOR A POSITIVE LOCKDOWN – Without shooting an arrow – By Jenny Collins

From November, we should be starting our winter training, altering technique, trying new kit, putting in the gym hours and […]

Practice vs Tournament – By Philippa Lowe

Over lockdown my group has worked hard resulting in some excellent scores. Looking to the future, when competitions hopefully return, […]

Aim4sport Ambassador – Rose Sharpe.

We have taken on the first of hopefully a number of Aim4sport Ambassadors. The first is Rose Sharpe from Wellingborough. […]

Realistic goal setting Part 3 – by Iain Wilson

Thoughts on Goal Setting Life plans are very personal to the individual, in that they have to be thought out, […]

Realistic goal setting Part 2 By Iain Wilson

“The journey of ten thousand miles begins with the first step” – Lao Tse What do I want to achieve? […]

Realistic goal setting Part 1 – By Iain Wilson

Did you know, that most people spend more time planning their annual holidays than they do their working lives or […]

European Masters Games – Wendie and Tony on tour again!

This time, last year, Wendie was gearing up to travel to Italy to take part in the European Masters Games, […]

My Mental Health and Archery – by Jenny Collins

Some of you will have met me on the shooting line over the last couple of years and some of […]