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Archery Clinic March 25th - April 4th (Open to Students, Faculty & Staff) 2019-03-14

The A-State Archery program is hosting an Archer Development Clinic. This 2 week clinic will focus on developing the skills of intermediate to advanced Archers with in depth class instruction and hands on training with a recurve bow and arrow. Students that enroll will learn the National Training System (NTS) for shooting a bow. NTS is a step by step instruction method that teaches a shot cycle that was created by the USA Olympic Archery Coach Kisik Lee.  NTS is based on the analysis of body control, correct muscle usage and the mental concentration needed to generate a good shot. The Course will be instructed by a certified Level 3 USA Archery NTS Coach with over 25 years of Archery experience.

Who Can Join: A-State Students, Faculty & Staff

Program Length: 2 Weeks, Starts on March 25th and ends on April 4th

Clinic Times:  Monday - Thursday 4 pm - 5 pm

Weekly Outline: Week one will focus on Classroom Instruction/Stretch Band Training. Week two will focus on skills application on the range with your Coach. Students are encouraged to attend all sessions. Training Notes will be provided for students.

Location of Clinic: HPESS Complex Room 107

Cost: $20. ** Includes A-State Archery Club Membership!

Registration: The clinic is limited to 18 Archers. Students must pre-register by contacting Spencer Bradley at email or call 870.972.394