How to find a recurve anchor point
A recurve archer’s anchor point is the solid base from which he or she launches an arrow towards the target. Naomi Folkard and Crispin Duenas explain the key aspects of finding an anchor point, and what keeps shots consistent.
Back tension versus Trigger: How to choose a release aid
Target archery release aids generally fall into two main categories, back tension and trigger. Mike Schloesser and Lexi Keller explain the difference – and basic pros and cons – of the two types.
How to tie a nocking point
Karina Winter, Baku 2015 European Games Champion, explains how she makes a nocking point in just a five easy steps!
How to beat target panic
Crispin Duenas reveals THREE easy steps that can help any archer beat target panic.
How to execute a shot with a recurve bow
Back tension and shot execution are essential for proper recurve archery technique. With the help of Crispin Duenas, four-time Olympian Naomi Folkard explains how you can find the sweet spot.
How to warm up for archery
Great Britain’s Naomi Folkard explains how she warms up before doing archery, to keep arms, shoulders and lower back mobilised, avoid injury – and shoot higher scores!