If you have kept up with previous posts on mounted archery, you may find this piece just as interesting as those were: HORSEBACK ARCHERY: STRENGTH, COURAGE AND PRECISION AT FULL-GALLOP April 5, 2017 | Scott Einsmann | Lifestyle Horseback archery is a fast-paced adrenaline ride that blends speed with accuracy. If archery wasn’t challenging enough, imagine trying … Continue reading Ancient Art, Modern Sport
While Janice Walth was featured here at Song previously, she is not the only visually impaired archer in the news. There are other practitioners of the sport. Who have unique perspectives on the art of archery, where they compete regularly. Learn more about these amazing shooters below, readers. And remember: there is no knowing how … Continue reading Blind Archers
I have linked to articles on mounted archery previously, but this piece was so interesting, it just had to go in the Flotsam ‘n’ Jetsam category here at Song. Even though this article is three years old, it is absolutely fascinating. But you do not need to take my word for it. Click the link … Continue reading A Look at Mounted Archery
Having trouble bowhunting this year? Missing the target at the outdoor range? Or do you want to know what the archer(s) in your latest story will need to do to hit the mark when the wind is up? Whether one or all three of these items have piqued your curiosity, readers, this article at Archery360 … Continue reading Shooting Into the Wind
…Or are we simply rediscovering tactics our ancestors pioneered at the dawn of human existence? To be perfectly honest, I suspect we are reviving old practices without realizing it. Although Neolithic tribesmen may not have been able to write down numbers, they had to know how to count. If they did not, then how could … Continue reading Old Art, New Tricks….
It has been some time since this author posted a link to an article about archery. Today’s piece cites the evidence demonstrating how archery helped man build, destroy, and then reconstruct civilization time after time. Even though it is outclassed by the modern firearm, the bow still enjoys intense use by modern recreational shooters and … Continue reading Archery’s Ancient History
“….Stand up eight!” That is a Japanese proverb this author read some time ago. It’s a fairly helpful saying to remember when things do not necessarily go the way one would prefer. Rylie Duos would probably enjoy this proverb. Born with cerebral palsy, she is still determined to compete in the games she loves. And … Continue reading “Fall Down Seven Times….”