Learn How to Shoot a Bow in a 7 Day Lesson in Nashville
Archery is a pastime activity, a work of art, and a country-living lifestyle. Archery has been molded and influenced by many archers throughout the ages. A 2002 survey and study by American Sports Data found there are 18.5 million seasoned archers in the world. 85 percent of archers polled had used a bow in the last year were under the age of forty, and 59 percent were male.
The biggest change has been the developed generation that archeryed in their youth and have grown up with the “X” Games explosion into the global mainstream of competitive sports and now sees it as a participation sport or art for their children led by X-Games Athletes who are affiliated and instruct for our brand and web site.
Are you having problems learning How to Shoot a Bow? Understand all of the fundamentals of Archery quickly in a one-week camp. We will show you the basics of Archery like how to balance, push, turn, proper foot placement, and how to stop. Regardless, of where you are at.. you can benefit from individualized instruction to meet your skill level.
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Nashville TN Archery Lessons
Archery Lessons of Nashville was developed to help motivated youth demographic become involved in a healthy activity and to keep kids out of drugs and violence.. We take great pride in helping people of all ages learn How to Shoot a Bow.
Archery Lessons is passionate in it’s desire to provide the means through it’s Archery School to being a confident archeryr, by providing the premiere school for all ages and abilities throughout Tennessee.
Rob had a structured. unique way of teaching archery. Rob didn’t do what most instructors do, and he offered more to me than most instructors. Not only did he offer the hour of instruction or whatever I needed here and there, but he offered his time in many other ways. And also during his lessons he would explain things to me that didn’t only work for archery, but it worked for most things in general, if you apply them in different ways.
– Mary from Nashville, TN