YouTube – schiettechniek

Schiettechniek videos gerubriceerd naar onderwerp:

Set position
Draw shoulder
Bow shoulder
Back tension
Bow hand
Finger tab


JakeKaminski | 4 Tips to Help with Archery Form Changes

There are a few things to be careful of, look out for and to be aware of before taking on the challenge of changing your archery form. Having a healthy expectation as to the time needed and the effort required will help you on your journey to archery form excellence.

JakeKaminski | KSL Shot Cycle Steps for Beginners

If you are new to archery and are wanting to learn a solid foundation to build upon, you may want to start here! I give you the 7 steps you need to begin with when wanting to learn the KSL shot cycle. Plus I cover bonus details that so many people miss for whatever reason that are critical for archery success.

JakeKaminski | KSL Shot Cycle: Learn the Basic Movements and Positions

Learning the basic movements and positions in the KSL Shot Cycle or NTS System is critically important in setting up a basis to build off of. Archery is about body control and learning how to make movements happen with control is what every archer strives for. I break down how to move from set to set-up properly, keeping your posture as you raise the bow. I also show you how to start properly drawing your bow back with the right movements that will keep you injury free as an archer for decades to come.


OnlineArcheryAcademy | Why Posture Is The Priority

This week I look at some videos that were sent in by an archer named Sadiq. Although he has only been shooting for 6 months, he already shows great technique and wanted some coaching feedback on his form so that he could get a clear idea of what he needs to work on next.
In this video I go through his technique, explain what areas I would prioritise and why posture is such an important part of the shot.

JakeKaminski | 2 Fixes for a Common Archery Stability Issue

Amongst the archers I coach, I see one common issue with a lack of stability when they are shooting their bow. I have two simple fixes to make you more stable when at full draw and help make you a better archer.
00:0000:34 Intro
00:342:28 Product Updates
2:283:39 The Problem
3:395:19 Why You Need Hip Stability
5:198:04 First Fix
8:0411:39 Second Fix
11:3913:13 How to Diagnose the Problem
13:1313:51 Summary


JakeKaminski | 4 Tips to Keep Your Fingers on the String

Many people have issues keeping their fingers on the string while at full draw, I’ll give you 4 tips that will help keep your fingers on the string and prevent them from slipping while you are trying to pull through the clicker.

JakeKaminski | Keep Your Hook

Keeping your hook or how you hold onto the bow string is extremely important to archery success. Even if you are just a backyard archer, consistency is key to tight groups down range. I explain how and why you might want to focus a bit more on your hook on the bow string.


JakeKaminski | The BEST Bow Grip Position

I have seen a lot of people place their hands in the bow grip in a way that causes a lot of torque on the bow. This results in inconstant groups especially under pressure. I’ll show you the Best way to put your hand in the grip for the least amount of torque, the strongest position which will result in better groups down range.
This technique works for compound, recurve, barebow and traditional archery.

JakeKaminski | How To Wrap Your Bow Grip With Grip Tape

I show you the two different ways you can use grip tape to wrap your bow grip and prevent your hand from slipping at full draw. I include info on how to avoid common problems when wrapping your bow grip for the first time.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | What You Haven’t Been Told About Your Grip

The grip looks super basic when you look at it but here are some things you’re not told about the bow grip.
00:00 Intro
00:17 – Pressure and Pivot Point
01:01 – Placing the Pressure Point
02:07 – Pressure in the Pivot Point
03:23 – Check out my online courses and support me on Patreon!
04:08 – Finger placement

Set position

OnlineArcheryAcademy | The most common mistake intermediate archers make

Learn more about the set position, how it prepares you for the rest of your shot, and how you can get the most from it.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | Why improve your set position?

In this coaching feedback video I look at an archers technique (Peter) and analyse their form.
I explain how the set position can improve not only how you open and draw the bow, but also how the rest of the shot can be improved too.

Draw shoulder

OnlineArcheryAcademy | Draw Shoulder Technique

The draw shoulder is such an important part of the recurve shot, but there are some things that can really compromise achieving the right motion, and the right position. In this video I look at some factors that can affect the way you draw your bow, draw shoulder health, and even increase the risk of developing pain or an injury in the shoulder.
00:36 – Don’t let your bow compromise the draw shoulder
01:00 – Positions that increase draw shoulder load
03:00 – Ensuring draw shoulder health with shorter predraw
05:00 – Importance of draw hand position on the draw shoulder
09:52 – Finding the shoulder position for you
11:24 – Keeping the core and head position
13:05 – A note about trying to get a “low” draw shoulder

OnlineArcheryAcademy | INSTANTLY Make Your Draw Elbow Movement Better

This video is a follow-up to my previous video regarding the draw elbow, this time I explain how you can make yours better and diagnose any problems.
00:00 – Intro
01:00 – What is Ideal Elbow Movement?
01:52 – Why is this Important?
02:25 – What Affects Elbow Movement?
04:04 – How to Improve Your Elbow Movement?
05:33 – Drills to Improve
07:23 – Influence of the Hook

OnlineArcheryAcademy | How to fix a high draw shoulder [PART 1]

In this video I answer some questions and analyse a video that was sent in by Tãn. I give detailed feedback and coaching to help prevent tension in the upper draw shoulder and neck during the drawing of the bow and the expansion. This will improve the shot greatly and also help prevent injury.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | How to fix a high draw shoulder [PART 2]

OnlineArcheryAcademy | How to fix a high draw shoulder [PART 3]

Bow shoulder

OnlineArcheryAcademy | The Bow Shoulder for Beginners

The bow shoulder is very often a common issue for beginners, with good reason. There are a few crucial mistakes that can lead to the bow shoulder becoming high, and long-term this can lead to injury.
In this video I explain why beginner’s tend to struggle with this part of the technique and show you what the solution is.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | How To Lower Your Bow Shoulder

A high bow shoulder is a super common issue many beginners face. Here is a basic exercise to learn the position.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | 4 DAMAGING bow shoulder myths

Do you ever feel like the more you push your bow shoulder to the target the more it collapses? Then this video is a must watch.

RogueArcheryTV | How to raise your bow… WITHOUT messing up your shoulder position!

In this video, Jarryd gives a run-down of the basic steps to correctly raise your bow… without ruining your bow shoulder position!
This is a critical part of the shot process and your archery technique, as it determines whether or not your bow shoulder is set in the most stable and consistent position.

JakeKaminski | Set Your Bow Shoulder in the Best Position Possible

I get questions all the time on tips to set the bow shoulder in the optimal position. In this video I will give you a few things to look out for as well as describe some of the muscles involved. At the end I show you the easiest movement that will set your bow shoulder in the best possible position.


JakeKaminski | How to Draw Your Bow Back with Efficiency

Do not draw back with the hand, nor focus on the elbow – draw with the shoulder by focussing on the LAN2 spot instead.

Find this spot by stretching the arm across the other shoulder, feel the tension at this spot. Have someone tap/touch you at this spot right before starting to pull.

Start draw hand at eye level and draw back in a straight line to the neck/chin anchor point, do not pull the draw hand high or low and slide more than a cm on anchoring. 

Anchor at a point where the draw length still permits for extension – you must be able to extend 3 to 5 mm past the clicker or you are overdrawing and cannot get a clean release or follow-through! 

For over/underdraw see the video: OnlineArcheryAcademy | How to find your correct recurve draw length

TripleTroubleArchery | How to draw back your bow (angular vs straight)

Short discussion on difference between linear and angular drawing methods. Conclusion is that the difference is fairly subtle once either method is learned well. You could argue that one method may suit a particular archer better than the other method.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | How to find your correct recurve draw length

Skip the part on arrow length. This is about overdraw, posture (hollow lower back), and underdraw.

If underdrawn, the alignment of shoulders and elbow will be off and the anchor floating. The release will be weak, not explosive. The tension will easily collapse and the bow arm fades right, the draw hand move outwards.

Short distance exercise (less than 10m): blank bale, closed eyes, no clicker and video it to find clicker position (before expansion). Over time this position will change so it has to be repeated periodically (week/month), especially after a technique change.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | The Draw Side Connection

Beginners guide on focussing on the elbow to guide the draw instead of the hand. Also shows how the use the shot trainer to pull the bow back using only the elbow and shoulder.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | Correct Draw Scapula Movement

Uses a coaching video to show the effect of drawing with an exaggerated low draw shoulder. The mistake of pulling with the shoulder first and then finish with the arm is explained nicely. Correct way of using the shoulder, elbow and hook as a unit is demonstrated in detail.


OnlineArcheryAcademy | The RIGHT Anchor For You

The anchor point is a variable in the shot that can be different from different archers, so what is best for you? Watch to find out
00:30 – Bone of the Index Finger
02:00 – Reviewing of different Archers
04:34 – Gap of the thumb and neck
05:23 – Influence of the Finger Tab
07:19 – Support me on Patreon!
08:13 – Finding a Consistent Anchor with TIMING

OnlineArcheryAcademy | How To Finally Find Your Anchor Point

A correct anchor point is a key part of good recurve archery form. Today I’ll show you 5 key tips that will help you find and perfect an anchor point so it works for you.

JakeKaminski | Have Trouble Getting a Solid Anchor Point?

Even with proper coaching sometimes people can struggle getting a solid or tight anchor. Also people can struggle with keeping proper string alignment when changing their anchor point, Ill help you manage those issues in this video.

JakeKaminski | Where is the BEST Place to Place Your String at Anchor

Which anchor is BEST, Side or Front Anchor when shooting a recurve bow? Each has their down fall and limitations that can be easily fixed with a slight modification.

JakeKaminski | How to Anchor without losing back tension

Jake demonstrates how the scapula could move away from the spine while anchoring and how to prevent it. He also discusses how to form an anchor more securely.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | Stop making these errors with your string picture

String picture (or string position) variations make for horizontal groups. Where, when, and how to align the string with the bow is essential for tight grouping. Especially a moving string picture during expansion is easy to overlook. Aligning the string is part of the anchoring.

JakeKaminski | How To: Set Your Clicker in the Right Spot

I show you how to know you have your clicker set in the ideal spot on your recurve bow. I give you a few tricks I have learned over my years as a professional archer on how to tell if your clicker is set in the correct position or not.

JakeKaminski | How To Find Your Ideal Draw Elbow Height

Most archers know what proper alignment looks like, but what about your draw elbow height? How high or low should your draw elbow be at full draw when viewed from the side? I explain the rough rule of thumb for you to be able to analyze your own archery form on your own.
00:581:42 What is an Ideal Draw Elbow Height?
1:423:23 But Why?
3:234:04 What About Compound, Recurve or Barebow Archery?
4:045:23 Too High of Draw Elbow
5:236:28 Too Low of Draw Elbow
6:289:01 Summary


OnlineArcheryAcademy | How to Improve Your Shoulder Alignment

If you are having trouble getting in to line because of your bow shoulder, this video is for you to correctly get in to your alignment.
00:51 – Ideal bow shoulder movement
01:40 – Rotating vs Arching the back
02:22 – Drill for rotating the shoulder
03:55 – Common issue of forcing the shoulder
04:49 – Prevent the back from arching
05:12 – Access my online courses and join me on Patreon!
05:55 – Mistake: Pushing the bow shoulder to line
07:30 – Where to pivot?
08:54 – Alignment from arching the back

JakeKaminski | How to Get Into Better Alignment

Need help on your alignment while shooting archery? I break down how you can get into better alignment while at full draw with one easy trick. Although this does take some time to implement… if you follow this one simple step, you can get into better archery alignment.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | What is shoulder alignment in archery?

I help you understand shoulder alignment and explain how you can find better alignment in your training.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | Why you’re NOT actually at full draw

Many people are not sure how to move between drawing the bow and expanding through the clicker. There’s a lot of contradicting advice!
Once you get to full draw you have to reach what we call “Real Full Draw” before you expand. This stage is best thought of as a change in direction. Doing this consistently will ensure you can expand smoothly and consistently on each shot. It will improve your release massively too.

ArcheryWinchester | The Wedge

This is a video I prepared for several Latin Countries when I was the coach of the Guatemalan Archery Team. It describes the basic form that is fundamental to Olympic Style archery, which is based upon great precision. All countries and top coaches use the basic ideas that I present here but I merely wanted to provide a more scientific description of how the for is established. There is a lot of background mathematics and biomechanics which I will spell out in future videos but this video shows the basics.

Back tension

RogueArcheryTV | Scapular positioning & elbow tracking for advanced back tension!

In this coaching case study, Jarryd reviews a technique update from a recent student. We cover set-up position, principles of shot efficiency, postural analysis, pre-draw, scapular positioning for advanced back tension & more!

[bekijk vooral vanaf 15:00]

RogueArcheryTV | Correct scapular positioning

In this short clip from Coaching Case Study #5, Coach Jarryd demonstrates correct scapular positioning throughout the shot process, which is far more useful than “back tension”…

[het meest interessante deel uit voorgaande video]

OnlineArcheryAcademy | The MYTH of Back Tension

Back tension is one of the most talked about subjects in archery, but it’s not as simple as it looks. Here are some tips to use back tension better.
00:54 – 3 Main Problems
01:16 – Ignoring the fundamentals
03:31 – Focusing too much on muscles rather than movement
05:02 – Unwanted Tension
07:05 – Join us on Patreon and Check out my online archery course!
08:17 – Working on your positioning
11:29 – The Scapula should not come away

OnlineArcheryAcademy | How to stop neck/shoulder tension during the shot

Ask Ashe is a Q&A series to cover the questions that you guys send in.
– Tension in the shoulders/neck when shooting (and how to stop this): 0:15
– Olympic recurve training programs: 6:05


OnlineArcheryAcademy | How To Analyse Your Expansion

The expansion is a hugely important part of the shot, but it can be hard to evaluate on your own. I show you what to look for, and how you can use simple tools (such as your phone camera) to get useful feedback on your expansion.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | Why you should shoot without a clicker

Learn how to control the clicker, rather than letting it control you.
The clicker is one of the most essential pieces of equipment on your recurve bow, but many people don’t use it correctly. I show you how shooting WITHOUT a clicker can actually teach you how to use your clicker properly, and improve your shot.


OnlineArcheryAcademy | How To Aim A Recurve Bow Properly

For beginners, aiming sounds simple and straightforward but top archers aim differently. Here are tips on how to shoot like them!
00:54 – Both eyes open and eye focus
01:35 – How stable should your aim be?
02:29 – String Picture
03:39 – When to aim?
05:12 – Aiming through release
06:00 – Word on eye focus
06:19 – Acceptable sight float
07:28 – Tip on sight pins
07:45 – Sight path

JakeKaminski | 4 Important Details in Aiming a Recurve Bow

How do the top archers shoot so well in the wind? Using these 4 details will give you a leg up on the competition, even indoors.

JakeKaminski | 3 Details on Aiming in Archery

There are 3 components to aiming in archery, all three are important to success. However how you use the three determines the grouping you have down range. I break down each step and give you a fail proof way on how to aim your bow properly.

TripleTroubleArchery | How to Aim like an Olympic Archer

Hitting the 10 ring at a 70m target requires world level accuracy. Sjef and Gijs explain how Olympic archers aim and explain the process of aiming. This is the first part of a series about aiming so stay tuned for more!

JakeKaminski | String Alignment Basics for Recurve & Barebow Archery

String alignment is extremely important to both recurve and barebow archery. I give my thoughts on the best place to put your string blur for both recurve archers and barebow archers.

JakeKaminski | How to Aim Higher When Shooting Different Distances

I have been asked: How do you shoot different distances and adjust for the change in elevation? Do you tilt from the hips to shoot archery at 70 meters? How can you shoot uphill or downhill shots in @WorldArcheryTV field archery?

JakeKaminski | Most Archers Aim Too Much

When coaching a common thing that has been coming up, the question of how much to aim or how hard to aim your bow. The sight picture on a bow is not as important to performance as it may seem and aiming only gets you in trouble.
For more info on Joel Turner and the Shot IQ visit his website:
1:172:51 Stop Aiming so Hard
2:514:45 How Hard Should You Aim
4:455:46 Aiming = Stress
5:468:20 Summary

JakeKaminski | How to Aim Off in the Wind

In this video I cover how to prevent two common mistakes when shooting archery in the wind that many people make. Sometimes shooting in the wind can be frustrating, but with the correct mindset and these simple techniques you’ll find that shooting archery in the wind is not as hard as many make it out to be.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | 5 SIMPLE Changes That Can Improve Your Archery

So you want to improve your scores without doing anything drastic to your technique? Here are 5 easy ways to do so!
00:13 – Use a Video Delay app
00:57 – Change Your Practice Ratio
03:43 – Practice More
05:51 – Join me on Patreon!
06:42 – Maintain Your Equipment(especially your arrows!)
07:46 – What to do with your arrows
11:11 – Center Your Sight
11:43 – How many clicks to your sight?
16:04 – Know how much each ring is worth

[Goede tips en oefeningen, vooral vanaf 11:11 als het over het richten en het vizier gaat]

OnlineArcheryAcademy | How to PROPERLY use and adjust your sight

Whether it’s target olympic recurve, compound, or field/3D shooting, you can gain easy points by using the sight in the right way. Here I show you how to use, adjust and calibrate your sight correctly so that you can keep your groups in the middle.
If you follow the steps and calibration here, you will be much faster at making adjustments and will lose less points during competition.


JakeKaminski | Clean Up Your Archery Release: Biceps Tension = Cleaner Release

This is a follow up to my video about how having some biceps tension is important to a clean recurve archery release. I want to clear the air as to why it is important and how to use this information to stop plucking the string.

JakeKaminski | How to Let Go of the Bowstring

New archers are sometimes confused when it comes to how to let go of the bow string properly. I show you how to get your fingers off the string just like the world’s best archers do and include a few drills you can do at home to better understand the right way to release the bowstring.
1:031:50 Tools Needed
1:502:40 Overview
2:404:13 The Best Release Drill
4:135:30 How To Do It Right
5:306:46 Don’t Open Your Fingers
6:467:13 Apply it to the Shooting Position
7:138:34 At Home Help
8:349:58 Putting it Together

OnlineArcheryAcademy | 6 Ways To Improve Your Recurve Release

The release is the most important part of your recurve shot; consistency here will skyrocket your performance, and even minor errors can drop your score.
When I talk about the release I’m not referring to the action of the draw fingers alone. I’m talking about the movement of your whole body whilst the arrow is being launched from the bow.
This combines the “draw-side” release with the “bow-side” release and any other movements. You might have the best release since Park Sung-Hyun on one side of your shot, but collapse on the other half and you will be stuck with low scores forever. For now, I’ll focus on the key aspects of the draw-side release.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | How To Fix Your Release

In this video I dive deep into analysing an archers technique, and give great advice that you can use to improve your release, both on your draw side and bow side.

JakeKaminski | Archery Technique: Release and Follow Through

Are you struggling to get a clean release and follow through while shooting archery? I explain how to fix your follow through while shooting recurve, compound or barebow style archery with fingers.
I realized that I haven’t explained the how to implement archery form changes especially when it can be an uphill battle, I will work more on the implementation of form changes for archers who are trying to make changes to their technique.

Bow hand

OnlineArcheryAcademy | DON’T relax your bow hand – here’s why

The bow hand is hugely important to your shot, here are some key tips.
However, many people have been taught the wrong technique with the bow hand, and misunderstand what they should be doing. It comes down to two things: position and direction of pressure.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | 4 SIMPLE BOW HAND FORM FIXES

The bow hand is extremely important for your whole shot! There are some really common mistakes that can be easily avoided with the grip. Find out more in this video.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | HOW TO HOLD AN ARCHERY BOW

In this beginners video I explain the complete basics of how to hold a recurve bow. You might have questions such as: “which hand do I hold the bow in?”, “how do I hold the bow?”, “what do I do when I release?”.
These are common questions and I answer them all in this video. I also explain why you shouldn’t grip the bow and the importance of finger slings, as well as basic tips on getting a strong bow hand position.

JakeKaminski | How To Grip Your Bow The Right Way

The bow grip is one of two areas you contact the bow itself, which makes it vitally important to be consistent in how you hold your bow. I show you in this video how to hold the bow grip in the strongest way possible for the best chance of archery consistency.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | The Bow Hand Release – Roll Your Bow Properly

At first look, professional archers’ hands doesn’t seem to do much on release but that’s not the case, watch the video to find out more about the bow hand!
00:30 – How to Avoid Grabbing The Bow
01:00 – DRILL 1: Bow catch drill
02:06 – Double bow roll drill
03:12 – Active or Passive?
04:40 – Moving the hands apart
05:36 – Check out my video courses and suppport me on Patreon!
06:22 – Direction to the floor
09:11 – Check your finger sling

Finger tab

OnlineArcheryAcademy | Tips for Choosing and Modifying Your Tab

Here are some tips to modify your tab to make it fit with your individual hand and face shape. Part 2 next week so stay tuned!
00:00 – Size
01:58 – Trimming the leather
02:49 – Attachments
04:27 – Placement of your thumb and pinky finger
05:23 – Modify your tab!
07:06 – Spacer Angle

OnlineArcheryAcademy | Don’t Make This Mistake With Your Tab

Here are some mistakes you should avoid doing to your tab to not ruin your leather, your technique and your tune.
00:00 – Leather and nock gap
02:41 – Don’t do this to the leather
03:47 – Do this to the leather instead
04:13 – Mistake in hooking
06:17 – Not retuning

JakeKaminski | Shelf or No Shelf on Your Finger Tab

Should you or shouldn’t you use a shelf on your finger tab? I cover the pros and cons of using a shelf on your finger tab and help you to choose the better option for yourself.

JakeKaminski | How to Trim Your Finger Tab

I get a lot of questions about how to go about trimming a recurve finger tab, or even if it is necessary. When trimmed properly, the finger tab will be more comfortable, less painful and possibly gain you some performance down range.
I show you how I trim my finger tab for the best performance and most comfort possible, and include a few tips to help break in your finger tab faster.


JakeKaminski | How to Setup a Clicker on your Recurve Bow

In this video I show you how to use and setup a clicker on your bow for the first time. If you are new to the clicker, this video is for you. I explain what a clicker is and how it’s used to help you shoot higher archery scores.

JakeKaminski | How To: Set Your Clicker in the Right Spot

I show you how to know you have your clicker set in the ideal spot on your recurve bow. I give you a few tricks I have learned over my years as a professional archer on how to tell if your clicker is set in the correct position or not.

Triple Trouble Archery| How an Olympic archer uses the clicker!

In this video you’ll learn how to use a clicker the right way. The clicker is nothing more than an aiding device for some extra precision, not meant to dictate your shooting style! Make sure you don’t rely on it so you can adapt to less-than-ideal situations.

OnlineArcheryAcademy | The Clicker: 5 Things You’re Never Told

Here are 5 things about the clicker that you don’t know about and how to use it better on your next shooting session!
00:24 – The Clicker may not be for you(right now)
01:42 – When to start using the clicker
02:57 – The clicker doesn’t have to stay in the same place
06:06 – Mental Safety Trigger
07:20 – Don’t shoot with the clicker all the time
11:05 – Rely on sound or the feeling of the clicker?


OnlineArcheryAcademy | How to Breathe During The Shot Cycle

Hello Archers! I’ve received a lot of messages requesting the breathing cycle of the shot, today I’m finally covering the topic. Enjoy!
00:21 – Overview
1:31 – Lung Capacity Throughout the shot
1:52 – Demo
2:52 – Breathe through the Abdomen
4:41 – How to hold
5:31 – Don’t Change the Breathing!
7:16 – Timing and Breathing
8:13 – Join me on Patreon!
9:08 – Objections and solutions
11:07 – Breathe through the nose, not the mouth

JakeKaminski | Archery Breathing Cycle Sequence

Recurve Archery Form Series Breathing Cycle. Have you ever wanted to know when or how to breathe when shooting a bow? I share my experience and describe to you my breathing cycle that I used while shooting professionally.


OnlineArcheryAcademy | TIMING – Why You’re Not Improving and How to FIx It

Hello everyone! As a follow-up to my timing video, in this one I will give you tips and drills on how you can master your timing.
00:19 – Prioritizing aiming over movement
02:36 – Not putting the sight on the gold early enough
03:11 – Put the sight early in the middle early in the shot cycle
04:42 – Join me on Patreon!
05:08 – Prioritizing the Anchor
06:55 – Too heavy bow poundage
07:29 – How to work on your timing?
08:00 – Don’t Score
08:30 – Alternating on target face and blank
09:04 – Metronome drill
09:30 – Use objective feedback

Shot trainer

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Target panic (rozenvrees)

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Self coaching

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TripleTroubleArchery | €200 vs. €2000 Bow Challenge!

[Een ondertussen internationaal beroemd filmpje waarin duur materiaal ondergeschikt wordt verklaard aan de schutter]

In this video we have an amateur archer shoot his 2000 euro professional equipment, against a professional archer with 200 euro amateur equipment! Will expensive win over cheap in our sport of archery?
We took the challenge so you don’t have to!
We had a lot of fun making this, and hope you will enjoy watching it just as much!

JakeKaminski | Tension and Direction

All Compound, Recurve, Barebow or Traditional Archers ALL can benefit from a theory called Tension and Direction. This is a SIMPLE easy thing to implement no matter the form or style of shooting you use. This WILL increase your archery scores and tighten your groups.

JakeKaminski | How To Control Your Intensity at Full Draw

Controlling your intensity while shooting archery is something that high scoring archers do every shot. This is a fairly easy technique to master especially since most of controlling intensity is done mentally. Anyone can apply this technique to their style of shooting.

JakeKaminski | 5 Reasons Why Archers Let Down and Why You Should Too

Letting down and starting your shot over is something that requires discipline and self control. One of the things the best archers do is to make good shots, but when they know it won’t go well they let down and start the shot over again. I give you 5 reason why you should start letting down and start your archery shot over again.
1:101:42 1: Safety
1:423:19 2: Practice Good Shots
3:195:19 3: Something Feels Wrong
5:197:44 4: Negative Thoughts
7:449:29 5: Timing Goes Long
9:2910:34 What If You Can’t Let Down?
10:3411:38 End

OnlineArcheryAcademy | The quickest way to find YOUR technique

“Having had advice from various coaches, looked at lots of videos, attended a course and studied books I now can’t work out how to shoot!
So many ideas (often contradictory) and thoughts about what I ‘should’ be doing. I find that just as I’m getting somewhere with my form I change something hoping to improve. Inevitably this sets me back.”
This is a question I received recently, and it brings up a really important point, so I made this video to explain more about this topic.
There are many ways to shoot and everyone has their own archery technique. As a result, it can be confusing and frustrating as a beginner because it’s not clear how you can progress and what path you need to take to improve.
Remember, there is no “perfect” archery form and not one way to shoot.

JakeKaminski | Arrow Impact Faults and Fixes What Causes Fliers in Each Direction

What causes your arrow to land right or left of your group? What mistake did you make that made your arrow not land in the group? In this video I cover the common mistakes and their impact point directions. Archery can be difficult to master but I will help give you the information that seasoned archers know, which takes years to learn which direction certain mistakes tend to land.

In this video you will find the simplest way to add massive amounts of stability to your archery game. This will translate to tighter more consistent groups down range especially in the wind no matter the archery discipline you shoot, compound, recurve, barebow or traditional archery.