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Step 4 – CA covers advanced technical concepts in form and process execution, equipment tuning and repair. Students must have their own equipment and be prepared to travel for competitions. Participation in this program requires a recommendation by your JOAD coach and an evaluation by the Head Coach.
Sometimes you just want to be with grown-ups. Our AO program is for Beginners, Intermediate and Club level adult students. Similar to JOAD, we are also an approved Adult Archery Development Program (AADP). Each week you will receive a lesson tailored to your level of development. All equipment is provided.
We highly recommend that an aspiring competitive archer to also work actively with a coach who can focus exclusively on individual developmental needs. Working together, goals and training plans can be developed. We do also offer private sessions for the new athlete that may not be ready for a group environment.
We utilize a formal 16 week curriculum and are approved as community resource vendors for multiple local districts. Home school courses keep class sizes to a maximum of 16 and offer the same developmental opportunities as our regular programs. Some of our current homeschool students are ranked top 20 nationally.
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A look inside of Archery The Beginnings About a month ago I posted on FB that I was considering adding a blog post to the website and was looking not only for topics that people would be interested in but an idea for a name for the blog. Along with the post I added an…
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January Junior Smack Down Jan 11th, 2016 – 6:00 pm – Cost $5.00 This is a fun shoot hosted by Rising Phoenix., It features a 30 arrow seeding round followed with elimination pairings to determine the overall champion in four divisions, Compound and Recurve, Youth and Young Adult. Team rounds for clubs with a minimum of…