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Developing Your Archery Shot Sequence Mini eBook

Developing Your Archery Shot Sequence Mini eBook



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    To be a consistently accurate archer, you need a consistent shot sequence. The mini e-book Developing Your Archery Shot Sequence guides you through the process of developing that consistent, well-timed shot routine.

    This mini e-book is based on USA Archery's National Training System, as developed by Coach KiSik Lee, and written about here by Guy Krueger. You'll learn to master the 13 basic steps of a proper shot sequence. Full-color photos and detailed instruction take you from the stance to nocking the arrow, hooking and gripping, set position and mind-set, setup, drawing, loading, anchoring, transfer, holding, expansion and aiming, and release and follow-through. You'll also learn how to evaluate your shot and make proper adjustments for the next one.

    Developing Your Archery Shot Sequence is a handy resource you'll refer to again and again.

    The mini e-book Developing Your Archery Shot Sequence is an abridged version of the comprehensive book Archery (Human Kinetics, 2013).

    About the Editor

    USA Archery (USAA) is the national governing body for the sport of archery in the United States. It is also a member association of World Archery, the international governing body for archery as recognized by the International Olympic Committee. The mission of USA Archery is to provide the necessary resources for fostering athletes’ participation, competition, and training in the sport.

    USAA facilitates target archery competition in the United States, sanctioning hundreds of local, state, regional, and national events each year. The organization also facilitates Junior Olympic archery development and other grassroots archery programs across the United States. USA Archery oversees the selection and training of archers for international events such as the Archery World Cup; World Archery Championships; World Archery Para Championships; and the Pan Am, Parapan Am, Paralympic, and Olympic Games.

    USA Archery is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

    The Developing Your Archery Shot Sequence mini e-book is based on USA Archery’s National Training System, as developed by Coach KiSik Lee. Lee was hired as USA Archery’s national head coach in 2006 and is credited with helping completely transform the organization’s athlete and coach development programs. Lee has one of the most accomplished coaching records in archery history: The 2012 U.S. Olympic archery team was the seventh team he led to the Olympic Games. Under Lee’s guidance, his students have won a total of nine Olympic gold medals.

    During his years of coaching, Lee developed the world’s only biomechanically based, step-by-step method for shooting a bow. In introducing this system in the United States, now called the National Training System, Lee revolutionized the way archery was taught to students and also changed the way coaches are trained to work with archers.

    Guy Krueger is the assistant head coach for USA Archery at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California, and a level 5 NTS coach. Krueger has worked closely with the Resident Athlete Program at the Olympic Training Center since 2008. An experienced competitor himself, Krueger was the World University Games champion in 2000 in Madrid, Spain, and the 2002 World University bronze medalist. He also won an individual silver medal and team gold medal in the 2003 Pan Am Games and has competed at several world championships and other international events.