Great Coaching and Guidance

Everyone needs guidance and coaching from time to time, no matter how long you have been in a sport.  You need someone you can trust and has the knowledge and experience to provide quality advice specific to you so you can meet your overall goals.

This is especially important for archers new to archery and looking to find the correct equipment for them.  It is important to consult a qualified archery dealer with knowledge and experience of all types of equipment.  They can help you to select the appropriate size and equipment for your shooting style and body type.  They can also show you how to properly setup, maintain and use your new equipment.

Often, young archers are blinded by the glamour of the latest and greatest new toy for their bow and rarely consider whether adding or changing equipment is going to produce the desired affect or increase their accuracy. An experienced coach and dealer will ultimately save you money and heartache by providing the proper guidance to your purchases.

I am very lucky to have found those types of coaches in Kathy Millar and Larry Smith, of South Nation Archery Supply. With a combined 60 years of experience, they have been providing guidance to thousands of local, national and international archers over the past 30 years. If you live in eastern Ontario or Western Quebec, you will certainly benefit taking a drive to meet them.

This year marks the 28th anniversary of their shop in Winchester, Ontario. I wish them congratulations and hope they are around for another 28 years.

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2 thoughts on “Great Coaching and Guidance

  1. Que bueno que existen personas capacitadas para el tiro con arco, pense que estaban hablando de mi jajajaj es broma, porque llevo 38 años estirando un arco desde que salieron los de fibra de vidrio, despues laminado, y ahora con la tecnologia de madera y espuma foam, royal cros carbon etc etc. es otra cosa, yo estoy entrenando chiquitines desde 7 años en adelante, ojala los entrenadores fueran como nosotros en no irnos por la mercadoctenia que es uffff. todo debe de ir en un proceso de desarrollo, paulatino, y con mucha mucha pasiencia, saludos desde queretaro capital.

  2. Me da gusto que la persona entrenador, que puso la foto con la persona abriendo el arco respete la norma de la estabilidad, ya que debe de ir 3 3/4″ pulgadas del centro del boton, hasta la punta donde esta el cliker de extencion, con esto la flecha se hace un poco mas blanda y muy estable, felicidades, pero hay entrenadores llamese koreanos, usa, ingles, etc.etc. disque para darle mas velocidad cortan los tubos pegado al maneral, en primer lugar riesgo para el arquero, segunda muy briosa la bara, saludos y buenos tiros..

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