The thoughts and experiences of a UK field archer and archery coach. I hope it will cover shoot reports, equipment used & book reviews, shooting tips and advice.
Check out the website https://offthearrowshelf.com/
I've been shooting instinctively for years, mostly been shooting recurve bows and flatbows for years under the NFAS (National Field Archery Society).
Any questions or ideas for episodes let me know.
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Continuing the series on the Archers Triangle concept I mentioned back in episode 6. This episode gives some thoughts on the second side of the triangle the Bow. How this might affect the archer, touching on topics like over bowing.
As always if you have any questions drop me a line on firstname.lastname@example.org or drop by the website https://offthearrowshelf.com/
In this podcast I am expanding on the concept of the Archers Triangle, focusing on the arrow initially.
This covers one of the sides of the triangle and looks at some of the aspects to be considered when thinking about arrows from a traditional archers prospective.
I hope you find this of interest and use.
In this podcast I am going to introduce the concept of the Archers Triangle. Whether you are a target archer, hunter or field shooter. Archery can be broken down into three components, Archer, Arrow and Bow. These three need to work together successfully for the best outcome.
I have found this method of explaining archery to students very useful when coaching as they can easily identify the relationship between the three elements, whilst also useful in focusing them on specific elements as they develop.
In future podcasts I will go into each of the three elements in more depth.
Here I explore what my thoughts are on Instinctive archery and what it means to me. I mention Grizzly Jim so here is a link to his channel - Archery Adventures YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/user/jaykentno10)
As always if you have an thoughts, questions or ideas drop me a line on email@example.com and check out the website offthearrowshelf.com
So it's traditional to provide some background of how you got into archery, how long I've been shooting and so on. So I've tried to do this here.
Telling how I fist started all those years ago. Sorry if it rambles on a bit.
Thanks for listening.
In this, the second instalment from off the arrow shelf I will be talking about our return to woods after a long break thanks to COVID-19. I'll be trying to offer some advice on things to consider, beyond the obvious things like bow, arrows etc.
I wanted to include a link to Forest Knight article I wrote after taking their first aid course.
Welcome to this, the inaugural podcast from Off the arrow shelf.
I’m Rob Jones, a field archer in the UK who is hoping to help other archers and do my bit to promote the hobby of field archery here in the Britain.