Upcoming Indoor tournament: Oct 31 & Nov 1st,
Registration package (pdf)
(more details below) Slots filling fast!!
New Fall schedule adds Thursday range sessions!
Sunday adds extended time and distances for advanced students!
Thursday range time is a great opportunity to make gains by having a midweek practice session.
All students must have completed orientation.
Thursday Range sessions:Registration required:
Please simply drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with name, age (or if adult) and session you plan to attend (A or B).
No DOODLE for registrations for Thursdays at this time!
Arrive early for time to gear up
Session A: Thursdays: 6pm - 7pm;
9 meter Youth/Adult range time, all levels
*Session B:Thursdays: 7:30 PM start ; (7PM arrival)
*Session B is 18 meter JOAD & Adult Archery Program students only (must arrive by 7).
Saturday, Oct 3, 2015 Arrive early.
Arrive by 10:15 or earlier
Register for 10:30 session at :https://doodle.com/poll/53a4naud39itemvb#table
Scroll down to "desktop" view on doodle for easier navigation. (must have completed orientation)
Orientation Follows at 1 pm Saturday
Sunday October 4, 2015
Arrive by 3:15
register at: https://doodle.com/poll/i98yig6b7ivixheu#table
(Advanced students/ JOAD/ AAP may stay after Sunday for 18 meter practice)
Align Feet and Bow; Quadrant training. Indoor equipment options
Now is the time to shift gear over to indoor equipment. We will review some options.
ARROWS: moving to indoor arrows-what gives the advantage?
Training: Arrow Patterns, Quadrant training.
After warming up with a few rounds to get sighted in, we will work on specific training with "blue tape" and “bare shaft”
Where are your arrows landing? What quadrant? We will section targets off with the tape and as you shoot , rather than focus on the Gold, focus on process, and you will see the pattern and how they reveal what to adjust in equipment or form. I will have sheets for you to record patterns over various ends.
Numbering arrows, shooting them in order
This process gives indications as to arrow errors, or form errors, and shows up in the patterns. It's easier with your own set of arrows because you begin to notice groups forming within the dozen arrows you shoot, but still very effective with the program arrows. Shooting 1,2,3,4,5,6 then 6,5,4,3,2,1...if 6 is always out no matter which sequence you shoot, it is not you. Arrow nocks can be off just a hair and cause variations.
Tournaments:Oct. 31 & Nov 1
KAC STAR FITA Indoor Tournament
Jim Miller Park, Marietta, GA
KAC will host a Star FITA indoor tournament at Jim Miller Park in Marietta on October 31 and November 1.
Divisions include compound, recurve, and barebow.
Adults: Saturday morning
Registration is MAIL-IN only. Please print and fill out the package below and send us your registration today.
Registration package (pdf)
Any student participating in class needs minimum USA Archery “RECREATIONAL” membership ($15). See below.
To earn rank/pins, student must hold a full "youth" or "adult" , or "family" membership, plus a JOAD Club membership
Please print a copy of your USA Archery membership card and bring it to class for our records when scoring
Join online for recreational,( or adult, youth, family full membership level if earning rank/pins) at https://webpoint.usarchery.org/wp/Memberships/Join.wp choose "Learn Archery" as your club affiliation.
(Note: You can not earn rank at Recreational membership level when scoring, but can upgrade during your membership year if desired).
You will need a current Learn Archery membership with the USA Archery full membership to earn rank and receive pins/lanyards.
USA Archery JOAD(youth)/AAP(adult) Membership Application
Learn Archery JOAD/AAP membership Application
To participate in weekend sessions , Please register on the doodle link provided above at the date/time selected for equipment and staff considerations. Please arrive early to gear up, and sign in. This one hour class allows students to gear up & continue with training basics in safety and form .Coach supervised training includes recurve bow and all safety equipment. Continuing, ongoing instruction , accommodating various skill levels, covering: refining form, understanding equipment needs, equipment purchasing options, tournament rules, timing, string alignment, concentration, back tension.
-Class fee for open sessions as posted is $15.00, check or cash.
-Put your sight on the bow to learn where it is set based on the distance you shoot, and check the left/ right position of the aperture.
-Wear snug fitting, layered clothing, closed toe shoes ,tie loose hair back, and remove jewelry that may interfere with string release (usually bracelets, necklaces).
See you on the range!
Coach Jefflyne Potter
US Archery Level 3 N.T.S.Coach
Learn Archery;Atlanta Archery