Establish a planned development process that will allow you to achieve higher results in your archery practice.
Prepare in advance
- Regularly identify your strengths and weaknesses
- Choose achievable objectives.
- Guide and coordinate your efforts by developing an agenda of activities.
- Evaluate and monitor your progress.
- Identify your strengths and weaknesses
- Know the elements of your shot that you master perfectly
- Know the unstable, uncontrolled and uncomfortable elements of your shooting. These elements cause errors, reduce your performance and produce poor results (scoring).
- Compare your shooting technique with that of your competitors, friends and coaches to validate your choices.
Choose achievable objectives
- Take the time to choose the elements to develop that will bring you the maximum result (scoring).
- Accept that it is impossible to develop everything in a year. You will therefore have to invest over several years to achieve your dream.
- Start with the elements that are less well mastered and choose for each of them a goal that you are sure to achieve within the year.
- Remember that the best result is obtained with the sum of the small successes.
Make an agenda of activities
- Determine your schedule
- Choose and distribute your activities wisely:
- Shooting sessions
- Training camps
Evaluate and monitor your progress
Monitor your results, analyze your performance on a daily basis, session after session and competition after competition, to react quickly and adjust your plan constantly throughout the process that will lead you to success and victory.