True Shot Coach: A Review

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Shortly before heading to Texas, I noticed my grip had gotten severely out of whack. I’m sure it was something that slowly moved over time, and I just didn’t notice it, but it was now REALLY bad and needed fixed right away. Literally the same day I noticed this, I was contacted by an individual … Continue reading »

Texas Shootout…or not so much

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Going into this tournament, I’ve had some weird couple of weeks. I was trying all different types of equipment, making changes, shot indoors for league, and generally I felt like my shots were better than they were scoring. The day before I left, I still hadn’t settled on which setup I was shooting, so I … Continue reading »

Game Day Nutrition

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I was recently asked about what I eat when competing for an article for Archery360. You can read the article here, but I thought now would be a good time to write a post about my habits. 1)Nuun- The #1 most important thing for me is staying properly hydrated. I use Nuun tablets, which can … Continue reading »

Just some testing, tuning and a new sponsor

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I’ve eased back into shooting, after taking a full 2 weeks away from archery. I knew I couldn’t jump right back into the volume I was shooting before my break, so I made sure to work back into things, increasing the number of arrows each day/week. In the meantime, that left me with extra time … Continue reading »

Downtime?

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Most of you probably think I came home from Poland all fired up to get back behind my bow and ready for TX. However, this is not the case. Back a the beginning of July I had looked at the calendar, once I knew I was going to the World Cup, and I knew I … Continue reading »
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