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Day Two: Online Archery Carnival Challenge: Captain Hook

Welcome to Day TWO of the Online Archery Carnival! Read the May 24 post for information on the Carnival and how to participate.  Each Carnival Challenge will be communicated in the following format.  You can choose to submit a video or a photo to our Instagram or Facebook pages to demonstrate your participation and help…

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Day One: Online Archery Carnival Challenge: No Band, No Bow, Get Training!

Welcome to Day One of the Online Archery Carnival! Read the May 24 post for information on the Carnival and how to participate.  Each Carnival Challenge will be communicated in the following format.  You can choose to submit a video or a photo to our Instagram or Facebook pages to demonstrate your participation and help…

Online Archery Carnival 2020

Online Archery Carnival 2020

Sattva’s Online Archery Carnival – 2020, begins Wednesday, March 25.  We want you to participate and its free!   MISSION: Create fun, meaningful and challenging ways for archer athletes of all ages to practice their archery form while connecting online with the broader archery community.  We believe Archery Carnival will help nurture happier, healthier, stronger…

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Archery Now

Renew, Relax, Have Fun Solo or with your family You CAN practice archery as a key part of your healthy lifestyle while Sattva’s doors are temporarily closed for COVID. Target Archery is a wonderful way to attend to your mental and physical well-being while responsibly practicing social distancing. So get outside and find, or make,…

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Working on Posture

Last week I wrote about posture and provided a series of photo montages and progressions to help people work towards better archery posture. All the photos were taken while in alignment with the drawing elbow. Let’s look at posture this week from a different angle, facing the archer (Coaching position 1) and go through a…

Grow Your Archery Garden: Reflecting on Outdoor Nationals 2017

Grow Your Archery Garden: Reflecting on Outdoor Nationals 2017

SerahRose and I traveled to Westfield Indiana this month to coach four Amherst Archery athletes at Outdoor Nationals. David Weaver (Recurve, NH), Zach Dutton (Recurve, NH), Ethan Callihan (Compound, NH) and Dan Roney (Compound, MA) all strapped their quivers on and put their many practice hours to work. This is the first year that Amherst…

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Training Clinic with USA Head Coach Kisik Lee: May, 2017, in New England!

I am excited to announce that Jane Park, mother of archer athlete Gene Kang, is working to organize a Training Clinic here in New England with USA Head Coach Kisik Lee.  What an enriching opportunity for archer athletes in the northeast who want to train with the best. USA Head Coach Kisik Lee wants to come to…

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Daniel Roney: Resilient, Patient, Determined

Indoor Nationals, 2017. Amherst Archery Academy Compound Archer Athlete in focus: Daniel Roney. Qualities highlighted: resilience, trust, team work, sportsmanship, process-based thinking, maintenance of self-image. Daniel recently joined AAA. In fact, this was the first tournament I have been able to see him shoot in. While there were very specific quantitative goals we were hoping…

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Sam Kleinman-Eddy Goes to Nationals, Finds His Center, Solid Mental & Physical Game

Another story from Nationals from a very, very proud Coach. This story is about Sam (not the Sammy the other story is about from a post from earlier today). However, like Sammy, Sam has been with AAA since the beginning. He remembers when all the bows were stored in the trunk of my Subaru Impreza…

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Sammy Conrad-Rooney Goes to Indoor Nationals 2017, Gets Yellow Pin, Ranks High

I’ll be writing a full report on how Nationals went. Until then, I don’t want another day to go by without acknowledging Sammy and his accomplishments during Nationals this year. Here is the story: Sammy has been with Amherst Archery Academy from just about day one of AAA (Six years). I have photos of him…