January 1, 2024 · 1:04 pm
I got up today (January 1, 2024) sensation each of my 77 years and for some factor I remembered some Archery Focus posts about archery over the age of 55. (Among the sterling elements of our sport is that it is offered to individuals aged from 8 to 88.) In some way I talked Dean Pidgin into composing on this subject, as he certified and if you are uninformed, he is famous in the compound world. Prior to rotator cuff surgical treatment in one shoulder and after that once again in the other, Dean won about 35% of all of the competitions he got in. (That is at least 35 times more than me.)
The knowledge in Dean’s posts is not alone as there are countless posts in the Archery Focus archive. When we took control of the publication over in 1999 our editorial policy was that each short article needed to assist archers or coaches improve, duration. So, we denied a great deal of puff pieces, news posts, and so on. We were a bimonthly and news was much better published on the Web, stated I.
The factor I am bringing this up is that Claudia is still contemplating what to do with this large wealth of archery knowledge, Currently, nevertheless, you have a choice to gain access to this archive.
If you go to http://www.archeryfocus.com and click the button “STORE ARCHIVES” you will be required to the page where, for US$ 160, you get access to all of the released posts, permanently.
These posts remain in PDF format, so you can download them, print them out for simpler reading, or read them on your computer system, tablet, or smart device. There is an index noting the titles and authors of all of the posts, which is searchable as it is a basic text file.
If you download posts, we ask that you not share these with others as we are still attempting to make money from all of our work. There is one exception. Coaches might print out any of those posts to show their trainees (please do not share the PDF variations).
And, obviously, I hope 2024 is an excellent year for you, personally along with expertly!