Here’s a technique I created to improve my concentration in archery…and it has worked with tennis players and golfers too. There seems to be three to five specific mechanical movements I need to really emphasize during my shot sequence. My
Actually I was going to entitle this post dealing with idiots/jerks, but then reconsidered 😉
Everyday, humankind is constantly challenged. Hatred is relearned. Violence spirals like hurricanes from the inside out. We talk about goals and action plans but our real daily choice is how to react progressively to all those jagged edges pushing us
First competitions are coming up for the new archers. While I have been competing for decades and absolutely love the buzz …some newbies and some veterans alike are not so inclined. One specific feeling word that pops up is anxiety.
Berlin – December 2011. Women’s scratch. Round of 16. Shoot-off. Me against Maja Jaeger (Denmark). We were tied at 5-5 so it came down to one arrow to see who would progress to next round. I was super cool because
Think of your To Do List and how much stuff is leftover from yesterday? As you continue to slide down that slippery slope of procrastination… take item #1: