USA Archery Level One Instructor Course: Jan 27th (Monday) 8am to 4pm (this was a requested date by 3 people, so we are going with Monday)
Please RSVP asap but no later than Jan 19th.
USA Archery Level Two Instructor Course: Feb 8/9 8am to 4pm (both days). Please RSVP asap but no later than Jan 30th.
Both classes will be held at:
Archery on Fire
18500 Trails End Rd.
Conroe, TX 77385
Recurve archery equipment will be provided, you are welcome to bring your own gear.
Cost of class: Level One - $75, Level Two $150 (including materials) If you need these classes to work with kids and the price is a problem just call me and we will easily work something out to provide this training.
For Level One's, just come eager to learn and we will have fun! JOAD archers at or above age 15 may attend for certification.
For Level Two's, please review your Level One booklet, come with questions and be prepared to shoot arrows especially on day two. If you are interested in advanced reading there is always "Archery" by USA Archery. More in line with Level 3's, it will provide very detailed descriptions of the NTS shot cycle.
Woodlands JOAD parent volunteers are highly encouraged to become certified level one / level two; you need not be an expert archer, just willing to learn the basics.
Disclosure 1. I am in no way an expert on compound archery, so if that is what you are looking for, I will try to coordinate to have someone assist me.
Disclosure 2. I begin chemotherapy on Jan 17th, these classes are scheduled with a positive attitude and by the grace of God I will try to be up for them.
USA Archery Level III Coach
Archery Equipment Clinic
With John Magera
Map to the venue
Saturday, Jan 25th.
$10 cost, includes lunch and benefits T.H.E. JOAD club, Columbus TX.
Who would benefit from this clinic?
Any archer, instructor, coach, archery parent, and anyone who wants to expand their understanding of the Olympic style recurve bow. Compound archers and coaches will also benefit greatly from this in depth look at a corner of the archery world that is rapidly growing.
- archery styles & equipment
- choosing your equipment
- setting up a recurve bow
- tuning a recurve bow
- Q&A & hands on, time permitting
Questions to email@example.com and Register at http://www.pearlandarchery.com/registration
Level 3-NTS Coaching Certification/Education course will be held the weekend of February 7, 8, & 9, 2014 in the North Austin/Cedar Park area.
This course will be conducted by USAA Level IV-NTS coach Ron Carmichael and Level III-NTS coach Lindsey Carmichael.
The course fee is $350 and includes course manual and building use fees. In addition each candidate must have a copy of the book "Archery" by USA Archery.
LEVEL III candidates must have been practicing, active, Level II for one year, or else be able to "pass out" of an extensive examination and be able to show a 3-year history of active archery instruction. A Level III Coaching Course will be held on a 3-day weekend with substantial pre-study homework assigned (involving primarily the Archery book mentioned above).
The USA Archery Level III-NTS coaching certification course is based on specific criteria. No one can acquire a level III-NTS level without demonstrating a complete command of the elements of the National Training System. This will NOT be a typical 3-day cram-it-all-in-and-wonder course. You will have a great working knowledge that will serve you well.
Candidates will NOT be guaranteed a coaching certificate just by showing up and passing the written test. A comprehensive and practical verbal test on the NTS will also be a part of this course. By the end of the course you should be prepared to "stand and deliver" a complete and thorough summary of the NTS method, and be able to correctly identify and remediate flaws.
There is extensive pre-course preparation required, "homework" like you may never have experienced for any other coaching or instructor course.
I propose to begin your learning course early, over a period of at least a month, instead of all during one weekend. The 3-day meeting weekend will be a CONFIRMATION and a REINFORCEMENT for what you should acquire during that month of study. For example, if you show up on Friday without knowing what the elements are of the NTS, then you will have a harder time passing the course.
The course will also deal with the many differences between being an instructor and being a coach. The course will include actual shooting only to the point of establishing your ability to utilize the NTS yourself, and to teach it to others. This is a coaching course, not a shooting seminar.
AGAIN: HOW do you prepare properly to be an NTS-qualified coach?
Buy a copy of USA Archery's ARCHERY magazine (Amazon has it). STUDY it like it is the most important textbook you have ever had in school. USE a highlighter. Begin employing what you glean from the book in your own shooting method as much as possible.
If you cannot know for sure what the relevant things in the book are, you need to assume that *every* sentence in the book concerning the NTS has some impact to being a better NTS coach.
If you are still interested in this course, please email me (Ron) to let me know. The course may fill up at some point, so please pencil yourself in asap. Payment will not be required until January 15, at which time the registration will be closed and course materials will be ordered. <hint> BUY THE BOOK NOW even if you do not plan to attend the course, and start working through it, line by line.
LEVEL I course in Austin, Texas June 8 & 9
Level 1 Instructor
Course Date (s)
June 8 and June 9, 2013
Course Start Time
9:00 am June 8
Course End Time
1:00 pm June 9
Archery Training Center, Inc./ Austin JOAD Archers/Austin Target Archers
10203 OLD Manchaca Rd.
JDT Level 4 NTS Coach Alex Meyer
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
512 203 2368 or 512 925 7794
Day 1: 9:00 am -1:00 pm June 8
Day 2: 9:00 am -1:00 pm June 9
Registration: Postmarked or e-mailed no later than May 29: By mail to Archery Training Center, Inc., PO Box 93216, Austin, TX 78709-3216 or By e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fee (materials are included): Payable in advance through one of the following methods:
$100/person by check payable to Archery Training Center, Inc.
$103/person by credit card: By phone 512 436 8813 or in person
$103/person by Paypal: Use e-mail: email@example.com with your name, contact info and course
Capacity/Age: The maximum number of students is limited to 20. Minimum age: 15 years old.
Austin-area Level 3 Coaching Certification/Education course will be held the weekend of January 25, 26, and 27, 2013 in multimedia lecture room 22 of the Anna Hiss Gym Archery Range on the University of Texas Campus.
This course will be conducted by USAA Level IV coach Ron Carmichael and Level III coach Lindsey Carmichael.
The course fee is $300 and includes all materials and building use fees. There will be a limit of 14 people based on date payment recieved via PayPal link on the information page.
LEVEL III candidates must have been a practicing, active, Level II for one year, or else be able to "pass out" of an extensive examination and be able to show a 3-year history of active archery instruction. A Level III Coaching Course will be held on a 3-day weekend with substantial pre-study homework assigned.
Those who have recently taken the Level II course AND can document they have already been teaching archery for 3 years are eligible and capable of taking the Level III. Cost for the Level III will be $300 and includes all materials and the building usage fees.
Link to the Level III signup and information page
Yet More Personal Coaching Excellence, near Houston in Columbus, Texas:
John Magera, Olympian. That pretty much sums it up! I am pleased to post this information on John's archery instruction services for T.H.E. JOAD and adult archers as well, in Columbus Texas:
John's CV as of June, 2012 is as follows:
2004 U.S. Olympic team member (Athens)
2005 U.S. Archery team member
2006 Asst. U.S. team coach at Turkish Grand Prix event
2006-2007 Junior Dream Team coach
2007 Regional High Performance coach (BEST Method)
2007 nominee for NAA developmental coach of the year
2012 U.S. Olympic shadow team member
7 years experience as a JOAD and Adult Achievement Program coach
Students have achieved: 1 Olympic team, 2 U.S. archery teams, 6 national championships, 8 U.S. records, and numerous state championships and state records.
Along with a capable group of volunteer parents, I manage T.H.E. JOAD club in Columbus, Texas (meet every Monday evening Jan. - July) and work with several top-10 U.S. ranked archers from the Houston and San Antonio areas, as available (usually on Saturdays).
My fees for coaching juniors (under 18) are only accepted as a donation to T.H.E. JOAD club. Fees for adult archers are negotiated on a case-by-case basis.
I can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 979-733-8838
Another coach, from the Northwest Austin area:
2008 Beijing Bronze Medalist, Lindsey Carmichael
Lindsey is a USA Archery level 3 coach and world class competitor. She is well versed in the National Training System (NTS) method of bow shooting and together with Level 4 Coach Ron Carmichael, conducts private one-on-one archery classes in the North Austin/Leander/Cedar Park/Lago Vista area. For more information on her career in archery please refer to Wikipedia.
Ages 7 and up, no equipment or experience is necessary.
Email Lindsey with "archery lesson" in the subject, for information and to inquire about a personal class.
A Level 3 NTS/Community Coaching Certification Course is slated for July (TBD) at UT in Austin, Texas.
It will be conducted by TWO experienced coaches, Lindsey Carmichael and Ron Carmichael. It will be limited to no more than 12 coaching candidates. Write Ron at UTArcheryCoach@utexas.edu if you want to attend this, right away! Help Texas continue to grow as a greenhouse of archery excellence!
The CCC is designed to teach basic archery coaching
skills above and beyond the "instructing" type of certification. If you want to be a better coach to yourself or to your archers, this course will give you the tools.
While instructors insure safety and can teach the basics of archery, coaches are also capably responsible for the overall
development of an individual or groups of archers into a more complete and competitive athlete(s).
This Community Coaching Certification Course focuses on Level 2, Intermediate
Instructors who are looking to advance their knowledge and techniques to the higher level required to attain this higher level of competency. Certified Community Coaches
will also be able to train/certify Intermediate Instructors.
In general you will receive instruction according to a designated course curriculum. Generally, the topics we will cover in this course include:
Introduction and Coaching Challenges, the Philosophy of "coaching"
- Coaching Philosophies in depth, defining and understanding goals well enough to set them appropriately
- Mental Aspects of Archery, especially dealing with the Archery Shot Execution - the shot cycle
- Periodization and creating effective and customized training cycles - Athletic Training Cycles
- Goal Setting & Acquiring - Reaching Each Goal
- Preparing for Competition
- Equipment Selection & Preparation
- Training Intermediate Instructors
- Resources Online, Nutrition, Medication and Drug Knowledge, and other aspects, bringing them all together
- The course fee is $250.00 and includes extensive support as well as digital and print
Class size is limited to no more than 12, insuring an excellent ratio for student-teacher.
Please contact Ron Carmichael at 512-797-4127 (cell) for more information, as soon as possible, or write using the email address at the top paragraph of the page...
This is a very intensively satisfying way to gain a lot of information quickly, which can greatly improve your abilities as both an archer and as an archery coach, taught in
a classroom setting with two very highly qualified archery coach instructors.
It will held in the Anna Hiss Gym on the UT Campus. Registrants will be sent a map with their confirmation, and will also get instructions on how to submit their background check information which is required by USA Archery for all elite coaches. This background check is simple, straightforward, inexpensive, and absolutely required.
Friday, 4pm to 8pm
Saturday, 9am to 7pm with appropriate breaks (again, we may use more time, for example, over dinner at a nearby restaurant)
Sunday, 9am to approximately 5pm - we will take longer if necessary to insure success.
All Materials will be provided.
Level 3 coach Lindsey Carmichael became the first American woman in 34 years to achieve a medal for Team USA in Beijing, in singles competition, when she shot the highest recurve matchplay score of the day in winning bronze. She also set a world record and several paralympian records in Athens in the 2004 games. She is a veteran of many state, national, and international events, having competed as both an able-bodied and paralympian level archer, several years an All-American as well as Academic All-American, and member of the US Archery Team from 2004 through 2008. Her highest able-bodied ranking in USA was 8th, and 4th in the world as a paralympian.
Regional High Performance Coach/level 4 coach Ron Carmichael has been a coach for more than 11 years, has a firm grounding in the National Training System, as a pharmacist an equally firm grasp of additional topics concerning nutrition, supplementation, and USADA compliance aspects, and has coached at the University of Texas for 7 years. He was team leader for the USA Collegiate Team championship team to the World University Archery Championships in Shenzhen, China in 2010, as a member of the International Training Staff was assistant team leader to the first stage of the World Cup 2009 in the Dominican Republic. He coached the first American woman to medal in singles archery competition in 34 years for Team USA, during the Beijing Paralympics. He is one of only two archery coaches ever to have been awarded the IKKOS medal by the USOC for excellence in archery coaching. He is also an expert in the use of photography as a coaching tool.
Together these two coaches will insure you are completely prepared for dealing with the advanced nature of not just instructing, but truly coaching, athletes.
Click here to go to US ArcheryHouse.Com
Our ultimate goal/game plan is to help market the sport of archery, by acting as an agent to aid coaches and athletes.
Lorinda Cohen & Tara Robey feel a need to positively promote the sport. They want to market the sport more the the entertainment world. In return, the entertainment industry will hopefully use our resources for help. We plan to act somewhat like a sport's agent to our U.S. Athletes. We want to provide athletes with an avenue for income, publicity, and enhance future opportunities.
In the same manner, we will help market all coaches by promoting them to the archery community. Our goals on the local level is to create programs and development for youth? We advocate the BEST Method by getting involved with the Olympic Archery in Schools and surrounding B.E.S.T. youth programs.
Austin-area Level 2 and 3 to be held between October and December 2012
Level IV coach Ron Carmichael and Level III coach Lindsey Carmichael will hold a level II course on Saturday/Sunday, November 3 & 4, 2012.
Click on the link above for full explanation of the Level II course. This one builds upon the level I, and greatly enhances the knowledgeset of the instructor. (If you wish to self-teach yourself to be a better archer the Level I and II courses provide you with excellent tools to be the best self-taught archer you can be.)
To express interest in these courses send an email to UTArcheryCoach with "CERTIFICATION" as the subject of the email. Please include your name, phone number, DOB, the course level desired, and of course, email address, and a brief description of your archery background, and your interests.
It's not a committment to attend, just a "hey, I am seriously interested". Those that taken the Level I within the last 3 years is eligible. Cost for Level II includes course materials and is $150. Date is definite as November 3rd, 8am to 6pm and Nov. 4th 9am to 1pm.
Austin-area Level 1, 2, and 3 to be held between October and December
LEVEL ONE REGISTRATION PAYMENT AND FINAL INFORMATION PAGE
THREE OPPORTUNITIES - Level 1 on October 6th, Level II on November 3rd & 4th, and Level III in Nov/December of 2012. Each course will be limitied in number of students and held in the Austin area.
Costs include all materials: Level 1 = $100 , Level 2 = $150 , Level 3 = $250
IF you are the parent of an archer and wish to be a positive part of her or his development, taking a Level I coach is the right start for you.
Level IV coach Ron Carmichael and Level III coach Lindsey Carmichael will hold a level I course on a Saturday in October. This will be held in one long day - 8 am to 7pm, with short breaks. Here is the description:
Level 1 Instructor (formerly Basic) A Level 1 Instructor is most closely associated with a "grassroots" program that is short-term in scope and focused on introducing basic archery skills to beginners. It is also highly appropriate for parents of young archers showing potential and interest in growth in the sport. Being a level I instructor/parent will help avoid pitfalls and deadends, and insure wise decision-making processes. Also a level I helps those involved with such programs as camps, Scouting, 4-H, and Parks and Recreation....
- Course content: Range safety, range set-up, basic equipment setup and repair, and how to teach the basic steps of shooting.
- Length of Course: 10 hours
- Prerequisites**: Minimum age: 15
- Course Cost: Certification fee plus instructor fees - $100 includes all course materials.
- Certification period: Three years
- Any Level 1 Instructor who wants individual insurance coverage will need to become a member of USA Archery and complete a background check (ed. note: the USAA membership is highly recommended but not required)
Level II Courses build upon the level I, and greatly enhance the knowledgeset of the instructor.
To express interest in these courses send an email to UTArcheryCoach with "CERTIFICATION" as the subject of the email. Please include your name, phone number, DOB, the course level desired, and of course, email address, and a brief description of your archery background. It's not a committment to attend, just a "hey, I am seriously interested". Those that take the Level I will be eligible to take the Level II course in November, as will anyone having had the level I within the last 3 years. Cost for Level II includes course materials and is $150. Date is fairly definite as November 3rd, 8am to 6pm and Nov. 4th 9am to 1pm.
LEVEL III candidates must have been a practicing, active, Level II for one year, or else be able to "pass out" of an extensive examination and be able to show a 3-year history of active archery instruction. A Level III Coaching Course will be held on a 2-day weekend in the last part of November/first few weeks of December. Exact date is still pending. Those who take the Level II AND have already been teaching archery for 3 years will be eligible and capable of taking the Level III. Cost for the Level III will be $250 and includes all materials.
- Again, get on the select mailing list notifications by sending me an email with your particulars and which course you want to start with.
Course instructor: Alex Meyer,
USA Archery Level 4 Regional High Performance Coach, USA Archery International Training Staff (ITS), USA Archery Junior Dream Team (JDT) Coach, University of Texas at Austin Archery Training Coach, Head Coach at Archery Training Center, Inc.
Start date: April 28, 2012 9:00 am
End date: April 29, 2012 1:00 pm
Course location: 10203 Old Manchaca Road, Austin, TX 78748
Registration: By mail or by phone
Mailed entries: Postmarked no later than April 13, 2012.
Registrations by phone using credit cards: April 19.
Fee: $100/person by check payable to Archery Training Center, Inc. or by credit card (+2.75% fee).
Course fee includes materials.
Contact: Racae Meyer : email@example.com
Phone: 512 436 8813
Mail registration to:
Archery Training Center, Inc.
4201 Monterey Oaks Blvd.
Austin, TX 78749
Duration: 8 hours, held on two days.
Capacity: The maximum number of students is 20.
Agenda (may vary depending on participants' knowledge and experience)
Saturday, April 28
9:00 Introduction and Course Requirements
Participants fill out Data Sheets
Course materials passed out to participants
9:15 Safety/Orientation Class (Activity/Demo) - 45 min.
10:00 Archery Range Setup (Lecture/Demo) - 30 min.
10:30 The Steps of Shooting (Lecture/Demo) - 30 min.
11:00 Teaching Techniques (Lecture/Demo) - 30 in.
11:30 10-minute break
11:40 Skills Development Activity - 30 min.
12:10 Class Plans and Activities (Lecture/Activity) - 40 min.
12:50 Review, questions, discussion
1:00 End of day
Sunday, April 29
9:00 Equipment (Lecture/Demo) - 60 min.
10:00 Group Instruction Activity/Discussion - 90 min.
11:30 10-minute break
11:40 Closed Book Final Examination - 60 min.
12:40 Course Evaluation Forms Completion
12:50 Award of Certification Cards
1:00 End of course.
Past Training Opportunities Back to current
COMMUNITY COACHING CERTIFICATION COURSE (CCC)
The instructor course teaches the fundamentals designed to insure a basic knowledge and level of safety and how to teach these to others..
The prerequisites are that you have to be a Intermediate Instructor for one year (NASP BAIT’s also qualify) or a Basic Instructor for two years and be able to pass the “test-in” test (NAST BAI’s also qualify).
The CCC goes to a higher plain of awareness, beginning the process of converting the instructor into an actual "coach".
To me, the title of "coach"is an honorific as well as several other things - to be worthy of such takes a dedication to learning more than just how to teach to hold a bow. When done properly, a "coach" is no less significant than "doctor", "minister", etc...
It also goes to how you nurture and provide the athlete with a philosophy, your philosophy as well as expertise, integrated deeply with their goals which they do not even know they have. Being a "COACH" is a tremendous honor and responsibility. If you take this CCC with me I will give you the right start to becoming a coach.
COURSE LIMITED TO 12 STUDENTS. You must be an Intermediate Coach
•Mental Aspects of Archery
•Archery Shot Execution
•Biomechanically Efficient Shooting Techniques
(National Training System)
•Review Shot Execution and NTS
•Preparing For Competition
•Equipment Selection and Preparation
•How to Conduct an Intermediate Instructor Course
•Course Review & Graduation
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your particulars to sign up for the course. You will spend $250, two ten-hour days of solid intensive learning, and come out with a new outlook on how to teach.
This course is taught by Ron Carmichael, a high performance coach for USA Archery and one of two archery coaches in the USA to have been granted the Order of Ikkos by the USOC. He adheres to and is a student of the philosophy of the Kisk Lee Shot Cycle and all that it covers.
It is also useful, but not required, to study the latest book by K. Lee, "Inside the Archer". Copies can be ordered through http://www.lancasterarchery.com, or http://www.astraarchery.com/Astra.html .
INTERMEDIATE INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION COURSE IN AUSTIN AT UT
PRICE REDUCED TO $100 PER SEAT. 5 OPENINGS LEFT AS OF 3/18/2010.
Ron Carmichael will conduct an Intermediate Instructors course for 15 individuals. This course will be
March 27 & 28, 2010 from 9:30am to 6:30pm each day and will be held on campus in the Anna Hiss Gym at the University of Texas. (1 hr for lunch)
This class is intended for people that have at least 6 months' archery experience, who will be working with established archery program such as JOAD, NASP, Parks and Recreation programs, College Archery, Scouts, 4-H, and similar Camps. The cost is $100. This price includes two 8 hour classes, materials, and equipment. To register, send an email to Ron, utarcherycoach AT gmail.com (replace the AT with @).
Expand your training! Become a Certified Intermediate Archery Instructor
This is a 2-Day course, you'll learn how to teach the specific steps of shooting, to identify and correct form errors, to conduct training exercises using the official "Drills & Skills" student guidebook, and to teach a Basic Instructor course for your staff or as part of the NADA referral network.
"Intermediate Instructor" is a joint certification of USA Archery and National Field Archery Association. It's geared towards leaders of camps, schools, recreation and youth agencies, and archery clubs.
- Previous Basic Instructor training, or have at least 6-months experience in the sport of archery.
- Membership in either USA Archery or NFAA (must be a current member in standing PRIOR to this course)
- - Intermediate teaching techniques.
- - Steps of Shooting
- - Class schedules and exercises.
- - How to teach a Basic Instructor Course.
- - Sample lesson plans.
- - How to teach more "Drills & Skills" to archers.
This course is a pre-requisite for the Community Coach Course I will conduct later in the spring. Stay tuned for more details...
September 21 &
28, 2003 - Sugar Land Level II Cert.
|November 15-16 -
Archery Country - Compound Archer Seminar
|November 22-23 - Salt
Lake City - Guy Krueger
|December 6-7th, 2003 -
NYC - Dave Cousins
|December 20-21,2003 -
Victoria Seminars For Coaches/Archers - Guy Krueger
|December 27-29, 2003 -
Level II Cert
near Baltimore, MD
|December 28, 2003 - Tom Barker, Victoria -
Level I Cert
|January 4th, 2004 - Tom Barker, Victoria -
Level I Cert
|January 10&11 AND 17 & 18 - Mike KoistInen -
PHOENIX AZ - Level II Cert
|January 18-19 -
Michael Braden - Compound Seminar
|February 7-8 - Sandra & Curtis Horton -
Level 2 Cert near Fort Worth
|Feb 15 - LEVEL 1 Certification Course - James Loesch -
|9/18/2004- Guy Krueger
Larry Skinner's Website
I finally took the plunge into the digital age and started a website for myself!
I have been coaching for a long time and I wanted a way to reach out to the archery community. Please feel free to look around and explore. For those archers looking for a coach, look no further! I am fully qualified to teach Recurve, Compound, Traditional, Long Bow and pretty much any other discipline you can throw at me. I have taught archers from beginner to World and Olympic team members. Take a look at my Current link to see some of the archers I have been coaching. I live in a quiet town in Missouri where I have a fully equipped Training Facility that allows for shooting throughout the year. If you are interested in learning how to shoot please see my Contact page and get back to me however you see fit. Thanks for stopping by! Larry Skinner, Coach
Here are links to acrobat documents on the USOC website - these are COACHING
NASP (National Archery In Schools Programs) in
Texas has established a training agenda for
instructors. Other states: please send me your agendas as well!
Edward Vargas, a NAA Level 3 instructor, will be teaching a Level 1
certification course at SureShot Archery in Humble, TX, on May 28, 2007 from 8
am to 5 pm. The NAA Level 1 course is the perfect course for Summer
Camp Instructors because it includes training time with young,
inexperienced students, exactly what you will be doing at camp. For
more information or to register for the course please call 281-540-2265
or email SureShotArchery@ev1.net.
Instructors From: Michelle
Horne, Project Coordinator Date: April
2006 Regarding: ACCESS
Classes NADA would like
to invite you to the first ACCESS Classes (Archery Coaches Continuing Education
Seminar Series)! We are offering these classes to any Level 2 Intermediate and
above instructors who may be interested.
NADA has created a series of
neutral regional instructor courses designed for Level 2 instructors and above
to make them stronger at their craft. ACCESS is a number of training modules,
that combine the latest coaching techniques with re-curve and compound bows.
There are a dozen top level coaches to act as official facilitators of ACCESS to
teach courses in their geographical area. Our new program web site, www.accessarchery.com, is up and running, to handle online registration.
Get a jump start and call today to register! Participants will be able to
register for single or multiple classes. For further information
please contact NADA at 352-472-2388, email at email@example.com, or visit our new website.
Prices: 1 day class-
$200.00 2 day class- $300.00 3 ½ day class- $350.00 Units of
Modules: Unit 1- Shooting & Form Analysis, Teaching Optimal Form Unit 2- Compound Bow Dynamics, Tuning Examined, Archery Crafts Unit 3- Aiming & Sighting, The Release, The Mental Side Schedule: Date Location
Facilitator Topic 4/22/2006
Lancaster Archery Supply Randy Ravago Unit
Lancaster, PA 5/4/2006
Gene’s Custom Strings Bill Holzmer Unit 1
& Archery Equipment
Spooner, WI 5/5/2006
Gene’s Custom Strings Bill Holzmer Unit 2
Spooner, WI 5/6/2006
Gene’s Custom Strings Bill Holzmer Unit 3
Spooner, WI 5/6/2006
Camp Carter YMCA Tim Humphrey Unit 1
Ft. Worth TX. 5/13/2006
Camp Carter YMCA Tim Humphrey Unit 2
Ft. Worth, TX 5/20/06
The Archery Center of Claudia Stevenson Unit 1
Nevada County Steve Ruis
Grass Valley, CA
The Archery Center Claudia Stevenson Unit 2
Grass Valley, CA Steve Ruis 5/26/2006
Fletchers Corner Ray Caba
Cape May Court House, NJ 5/27/2006
Fletcher’s Corner Ray Caba
Cape May Court House, NJ 5/28/2006
Fletcher’s Corner Ray Caba
Cape May Court House, NJ Current
ACCESS modules: Unit 1 Shooting Form Analysis- The facilitator
will be actually coaching the participants (so they can experience being
professionally coached- many participants have not been), videotaping them
shooting for later analysis, and leading the video sessions using the videotape
of the participants as well as stock video clips on the accompanying disk. Teaching Optimal Form- This module is a
key module for the ACCESS series. In it, the most favorable and forgiving
archery form is described and exercises to teach it are shared. This module is
scheduled for at least a half day of instruction time and spent on the range
trying those elements of optimum form with which the participants may be
unfamiliar. Unit 2 Compound Bow Dynamics- This is a topic
in which it is expected that participants’ understanding will be widely varied.
Some re-curve bow archers do no understand compound bows at all. Even some
compound bow archers do no understand compound bows at all. This module will
bring everyone to the same level. This module is
scheduled for three hours of instruction time, with about the last hour spent
showing the use of a bow press (inserting peep sites, replacing bow strings,
adjusting cable lengths, etc.) Tuning Examined- This module is
scheduled for 4.5 hours of instruction time, including the “Bow Tuning Game” at
the end. Each of the tuning principals (re-curve, compound, and arrow tuning)
with its accompanying chart should be discussed in detail. Archery Crafts- This module will
be demonstrating and guiding the participants in performing: Arrow assembly (fletching,
gluing on nocks, inserting points, & inserts) Arrow disassembly (stripping
vanes, removing nocks, points, & inserts) Arrow straightening (use of
straightener, stripping jig) Bow string work( instead of
focusing on making a whole new bow string, we will have the participants make a
center serving, tie on a nocking point locator, and create a D- loop) It is scheduled
for a total of 4.0 hours of instruction time. Unit 3 Aiming and Sighting- In this module
the topic is aiming and sighting, a topic which it is expected that the
participants understanding will be widely varied. This module will bring
everyone to the same page. This module is
scheduled for 2.5 hours of instruction time with about the last hour spent on
the range trying out those methods of aiming of which the participants are
unfamiliar. The Release- This module topic
is the release (both fingers and with release aids) which is expected the
participants understanding is widely varied. Some re-curve archers have never
experienced release aids. Some compound archers start with a release and have
not shot fingers or have not tried a “live” release with a re-curve. Many
archers do not know the basic traditional aiming techniques (gap shooting, sting
walking). This module is
scheduled for 4.5 hours of instruction time with the last hour spent on the
range trying out those methods of releasing which are new to the participants. The Mental Side- This module shows
you the benefit of how your brain works when you participate in archery. It can be
expected the participants understanding of this topic will be widely varied.
The module text can be used as a guide by actually having them do some of the
exercises. The participants will stand and mentally shoot two ends at their home
range (vividly visualizing and feel their shots, the wind, the sun, the smells,
everything) Have them write out a shot sequence. NADA 25145 NW 8th Pl,
Suite 60 Newberry, FL 32669 352-472-2388 352-472-2375 FAX www.teacharchery, org firstname.lastname@example.org
The go archery! ™ ProgramThe go archery! ™ program was developed to promote archery
recreation classes throughout the country. It’s divided into a series of 1 hour
classes that can conducted daily, or spread over a series of weeks. To ensure a
prosperous growth for the sport of archery, the
go archery! ™ program is designed to provide archery
instructors with class schedules, and business plans should they choose to
facilitate this program in area recreation centers or other portable venues.
Either as a volunteer instructor, or as paid facilitator, go archery! can be
instrumental in providing a consistent training method for teaching new archers
form and execution. Teaching archery can be a very rewarding occupation. The
first chapter helps you get a go archery! ™ recreation class started. The go archery! ™ Instruction Method go archery! ™
was developed to address the need to find a better way to teach new archers in
the United States. Every new archer should learn good foundation skills in
their early weeks of training so they could enjoy a lifetime participating in
the sport of archery.Archery
is taught in the United States as well as in other successful countries, such as
Korea. In Korea, kids who are enrolled in archery programs start by practicing
three hours per day, six days per week. For the first three to six months they
don’t even shoot a bow. They only go through the motions, or drills. The kids
learn to shoot first without a bow, and then slowly work in to shooting arrows
only after they have perfected the drills.
United States, we tend take the other extreme. To keep the kids interested and
attract them to the sport of archery, we put a bow in their hands right away and
get them shooting as quickly as possible. There are not very many kids in the
United States that would stick with archery if they had to go through the Korean
system. There are just too many other sports or activities competing for their
time.The go archery! ™ method of instruction utilizes proven Korean
methods merged with American reality. We offer the drills and skills for
archers to learn and practice at home. Those that are really interested in
learning proper shooting technique will now have the tools to learn proper
shooting form if they want to put in the effort. go archery! ™
puts a strong emphasis on keeping the student focused on their form and the
process of shooting the shot, rather than the outcome and score. It is
important to repeat this to your students as they progress, especially when you
first put up a target face or introduce an aiming method. This focus on form
and execution can help them enjoy a lifelong career in the sport of archery,
regardless of which style of the sport they may follow.
go archery! ™ Drills and SkillsThe
foundation of the go archery! ™ program is
the Drills & Skills booklet. This booklet is intended as a handout or student
manual for everyone in your recreation classes. It contains their sign-off
sheet so they can be rewarded as they progress through the each drill and
skill. Each page contains a detailed description of the drill or skill to be
learned, along with colorful photos showing the correct technique. Every
student knows what is expected of them before the drill or skill can be signed
off as accomplished.The go archery! ™ curriculum is designed to
provide better instruction for those who are new to the sport of archery. The
Drills & Skills are taught in a progression so students learn proper shooting
technique before bad habits are learned. The go archery! ™ lessons plans
help the instructor introduce each shooting drill and skill in an organized
format. Each class also follows a similar format, creating good practice habits
for your new archery students. Chapter 6 discusses these plans in detail.Another
great feature of the
go archery! ™ method is accountability. The signing off on
the successful learning and mastering of shooting drills and skills makes the
Instructor accountable to the archer and the archer accountable to the
instructor. The drills and skills must be learned correctly before the students
can be signed off. As the instructor, it is important that you make sure the
student has learned or mastered these skills before you sign off in their book.
They must perform the drills or skills perfectly and consistently. This way
they will know when the need to continue working on the drill or skill and what
they need to do to accomplish the task. Chapter 9 explains each drill and skill
along with information on how to teach and evaluate the skills. go
archery!™ is a trademark of NADA. For further program
information, or questions about the go archery!™ website, contact NADA. National Alliance for the
Development of Archery (NADA)
25145 NW 8th Place, Suite 60
Newberry, FL 32669
(352) 472-2388 phone
(352) 472-2375 fax www.teacharchery.org
Level 1 NAA Coaches course to be held in Humble, TexasSure Shot ArcheryEd Vargas, level 3 NAA coach, is going to be doing a level 1 at his store on
Saturday, May 21.
The address to the store is:
1213 B East 1st Street
Humble, TX 77338
The phone number is 281-540-2265 and his email address is SureShotArchery@ev1.net .
USA Archery :
Level 3 & 4 Coach Course CALENDAR
|Kevin Eldredge, USArchery's JOAD Chairman, will be in San Antonio to
teach a Level 2 coaching certification class on Friday, March 31, 2006
5pm thru Sunday, April 2, 2006 1pm; cost $100; limited to 10 people;
must have current Level 1 certification to take this class.
Bring your own archery equipment to do the shooting portion of this
Call Kathy Adams to sign up and get directions to class
location; hotel info, etc.@ 210-695-9117 or
The Georgia Archery Association (GAA) will host a camp for intermediate and
advanced archers beginning on Sunday afternoon, June 8, 2008 and conclude on
Thursday morning, June 12, 2008 at Georgia College & State University in
The camp is open to anyone age thirteen and older. The camp will be limited
to 20 participants. Archers must bring their own equipment and should have
some prior experience in competition. The camp is open to both recurve and
compound archers. The use of the Biomechanically Efficient Shooting
Technique (B.E.S.T. Method) will be the central focus of the camp.
We will have Regional High Performance Program Coaches (Level IV) available
who have been certified by USA Archery National Head Coach, Kisik Lee.
The accommodations will be at a three year old dormitory facility on the
school campus. The school is located approximately 30 miles east of Macon,
GA. The cost for the camp will be $325 per person. This will include
instruction, video recording and analysis, archer’s personal record and
workbook, room (double occupancy), three meals per day at the school’s
cafeteria and a facility use fee. Participants will arrive Sunday afternoon
and depart on Thursday morning.
Some of the topics to be covered are:
Proper use of the BEST Method Sports Psychology
Dartfish Analysis of Skills Nutrition and Physical Fitness
Goal Setting Equipment Setup & Tuning
Practice Techniques Tournament Preparation
String Making Personal Training Plan
The GAA hopes you will join us for this inaugural event that we hope will
become an ongoing program of advancing the sport of archery at the
competitive level. Our aim is to help you become a better archer and a
future champion in your division. While I can’t guarantee you a gold medal
at the next Olympic Games, I can guarantee you will leave with a better
understanding of what it takes to be a top level archer and you will
definitely have fun!
Go to the GAA web site at www.gaarchery.org and click on Calendar and Events
to get the application form. Applications need to be postmarked by February
Jim White - RHPC - Level IV
REGIONAL TRAINING SEMINAR with National Head Coach – Kisik Lee March
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
@ Lancaster Archery Supply in Lancaster, PA
Recommended and Open to all archers and archery coaches; registration is
limited, so register today! Contact LAS for registration: 800-829-7408.
Seminar Cost: $50 per seat
(to include coffee/donuts, refreshments and lunch on site)
Presentations by USA Archery National Head Coach, Kisik Lee and USA Archery High
Performance Director, Tom Parrish. Coach Lee is regarded as the best Olympic
Recurve Archery Coach of all time, having produced the majority of the Olympic
Medal Winners since 1984.
Seminar Topics: USA Archery High Performance Program; Coach & Athlete
Development; Coach Lee’s training system – The BEST Method (Biomechanically
Efficient Shooting Technique) and other topics.
COACH TRAINING SEMINAR
with National Head Coach - Kisik Lee
Kisik Lee and Tom Parrish will present BEST mini-seminars at the Arizona Cup
and the Texas Shootout, a more in-depth seminar in Colorado Springs and at
Lancaster Archery in Pennsylvania.
What: This seminar is part of the USA Archery High Performance Program and is
the first in a series of coach training seminars designed and presented by
National Head Coach, Kisik Lee, in an effort to train coaches around the
country. The training will focus on the BEST Shot Technique (Coach Lee’s
system), Sports Science for archery and effective coaching methods.
Why: 1) To train USA Archery Coaches in Coach Lee’s system.
2) From this and future seminars, Coach Lee, hopes to identify a set of Regional
High Performance Coaches. These coaches must be available for periodic
one-on-one training with Coach Lee at the OTC in Chula Vista, CA and once
trained will act as the High Performance Coaches in their home region. They will
be responsible for conducting seminars and helping train other coaches and
athletes within their home region, as well as being the liaison between Coach
Lee and the people in their region. Coach Lee is looking for people who are
willing and able to commit to the High Performance Program; people who are
dedicated, enthusiastic, open minded, energetic, knowledgeable of recurve
archery shooting (it’s a bonus if you can competently demonstrate proper
technique), and have a good understanding of sport science.
When: March 30 – April 2, 2006
Where: Olympic Training Center, Colorado Springs, CO
Cost: Admission is free.
Transportation to the seminar is the responsibility of the attendees.
Room & Board at the OTC will provided for up to 30 people.
Shuttle service will be provided by the OTC to and from the Colorado Springs
Schedule: Thursday, March 30
All day Arrivals
6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Dinner in OTC Dining Hall
7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Intro Meeting: Intro to HPP (Rm TBD)
Friday, March 31
6:30 – 7:45 a.m. Breakfast (OTC Dining Hall)
8:00 a.m. – Noon Sports Science Presentations (Rm TBD)
Noon – 1:00 p.m Lunch (OTC Dining Hall)
1:00 – 6:00 p.m. Coach Lee’s Presentations (practical sessions)
6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Dinner (OTC Dining Hall)
7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Q & A
Saturday, April 1
6:30 – 7:45 a.m. Breakfast (OTC Dining Hall)
8:00 a.m. – Noon Continue BEST method training (practical sessions)
Noon – 1:00 p.m. Lunch (OTC Dining Hall)
1:00 – 6:00 p.m. Continue Sessions
After 6 p.m. Attendees can stay for dinner, but are free to depart anytime
Saturday evening or Sunday morning.
Registration: Contact the NAA for information.
2/10/2006: Greetings Archers and Coaches! Attached you
will find the registration form for the March 17-20 clinic and
seminar with Coach Kim. This seminar is
recommended for recurve bow shooting and coaching. Archers should be
at the Intermediate/Advanced level and coaches should be Level 2 and
above. There has been a large
interest in this seminar for both archers and coaches. The archers
will be limited to 30 for each session and accepted on a first-come
basis. During the shooting
clinics, Coach Kim will observe and coach the archers while
explaining to coaches what to look for and how to help improve the
archer's form. He will also give group instructions. In the afternoon
seminars on Saturday and Sunday, we will meet in a small auditorium,
using a Powerpoint demonstration and "Dartfish" analysis, along with
lots of other information. On the registration
form, be sure to sign up for the reception and dinner with Coach Kim
and his wife. This will be held at the Summerfield Suites hotel at
the corner of Park Ave and Columbia Turnpike in Morristown. There are gourmet box
lunches for purchase on the registration form, which must be ordered
ahead of time. The Summerfield Suites
is an elegant Hyatt hotel with a kitchen and living room in the
suite, and it includes a free hot breakfast! There is a sleeper sofa
as well as a King size bed in most suites. For more than three
people, ask for a double-room suite or for two double beds in the
single suite. Call early as there is a limited number of those
rooms. We are happy to have
such a large number of interested coaches and archers and we hope
you will be pleased with this seminar.
Sincerely, Jackie Fiala NJ School of Archery,
LLC Arrowcoach@aol.com 973-701-1251 973-809-8182
Document/registration on seminar
read this through and then pass it on to coaches and archers who may be
We have a rare and
excellent opportunity in the East Region, to meet and learn
from Korea's top coach, Coach Kim, who runs an archery
school for students in Korea along with coaching Korea's top archers! He has
many proven ways to work with archers and loves to share his coaching
techniques. Coaches who attended Coach Kim's seminar in Chula Vista last
year were extremely enthusiastic, and several US coaches who attended Kim's
school in Korea were also duly impressed! You must take advantage of this
opportunity while he is here. There will be a three to four day clinic at the Morristown/Beard School in Morristown, NJ
on Friday, March 17 through Monday, March 20! We need a reply
from you by email ASAP so we can plan accordingly. We are limiting the
number of archers for this clinic so please let us know if you plan to shoot
or how many archers you will be bringing. We will begin on Friday
afternoon and go through Sunday afternoon, with additional archer coaching
on Monday at a nearby range for those who are interested. Tentative agenda: Friday afternoon, archers
will work with Coach Kim upon arrival at the school with coaches
observing.(Bring your video camera!) Friday evening, 7-9,
coaches forum, introductions, questions and more.
Saturday and Sunday,
from 9 AM - noon, archers will shoot with coaches attending while
Coach Kim helps coaches work with archers. (12-1 lunch break) Saturday and Sunday,
1-4 Coaches' seminar including use of Dartfish software and much more. 6 pm Saturday,
dinner with Coach Kim Sunday, all day - same as
Saturday, but with more advanced coaching techniques for elite coaches and
archers 4 pm Sunday, coaches
depart unless you plan to participate in archers' clinic on Monday Monday, 9 am - 4 archers'
clinic and private lessons Tentative cost: Coaches: $125 for
one day, $200 for two days, $275 for three days, and $300 for four days. Archers: $75 for one
three hour shooting session, $125 per full day (shooting and coaching
clinic), or for two sessions of shooting. $200 for two full days or $150 for
three shooting sessions. (There is a lot to do in Morristown (Gen.
Washington's headquarters) if you are not interested in the coaching clinic,
but want to attend more than one day of shooting. We are asking the NAA to
make this a Level 3 and 4 recertification course. There will also be a
Level 2 Instructor course if there are 6 or more interested coaches,
finishing on Monday morning(?). Please pass this on to any coaches who may
be interested. We are currently
looking into a group rate on hotel rooms in the area and will send
information, including directions,once you have indicated that you will be
attending. Hotels we are considering are
Hamilton Park Inn, Summerfield Suites and Best Western.
Newark airport, which
is a Continental Airlines hub, is only 25 minutes away. If you need to fly,
go on Continental.com to check the flights, or check Travelocity. Plan to
arrive Friday morning for arrival at the school by midday. We will try to
provide transportation if needed. Coach Kim will also be coaching Friday
morning for any archers who can make it. Any questions call or email
Jackie Fiala 973-701-1251 973-809-8182 (cell) Arrowcoach@aol.com
CANCELLED DUE TO MR. PARK NOT COMING TO
Win & Win Instructors / Shooters School
Greatree Archery and the UT
Archery Club, together with the TSAA,
present the second Win & Win instructors school in North America. The school
will take place at the University of Texas. The course is limited to 50
students. All new instructors will be required to take a written test. The
coach's certification will be for 10 years.
Information on Instructor :
Kyung Rae, PARK
Head Coach for Korean National Archery Team
Head Coach for Korean Olympic Team
1st Place World Championship 1985
1st Place Asia Games Team &
1st Place 1988 Seoul Olympics Men’s
2nd Place 1988 Seoul Olympics Men’s
1st Place Men & Women team World
Championship 1991 in Poland
Conducted over 40 seminars for International
Association (IOC / FITA / NAA)
President of Win & Win Archery Co., Ltd
Instructors School Contents
Proper Recurve Tuning
Training Program for Students
Proper Shooting Form
Secrets of the Famous Korean Archers
Mental Aspect of Korean Archery
Choosing the Right Recurve for Your Students
University of Texas, Austin
Anna Hiss Gym (AHG)
Dean Keaton Street at Witchita
Contact: (512)267-9451 (Ron Carmichael)
Nearest airport is Austin
Bergstrom International (ABIA), 15 minutes away,
all major airlines
(All of these are within 10 minutes or so of the venue)
Super 8 Motel North
8128 No. Interstate 35
Rates Starting From: $45
Marriott Hotels Resorts Suites: Austin Marriott at the Capitol - closest
(walking distance) to world-famous 6th street.
(512) 478-1111 701 E 11th St
Austin, TX 78701
La Quinta Inn Austin Highland Mall/Airport
5812 I-35 North, Austin, TX 78751
Starting Rates: $50
3401 N I H 35
Austin, TX 78722
Instructors School : May
13th & 14th (9 am
Shooters School : May
15th (10 am
Shooters School : $150.00
Instructors School :
$250.00 per person.
Application must be accompanied by a non-refundable deposit
of $100.00. Full payment must made before May 6th unless other
arrangements have been made before deadline.
: Bring your own archery equipment
For registration using online
form, click on this link
National Archery Association of the United States
1 Olympic Plaza, Colorado Springs, CO 80909 * (719)
866-4576 * FAX (719) 632-4733
From: USA Archery
To: Archery Coaches and Athletes
Regarding: USA Archery Coaching and Shooters Seminar
invite you to attend a special USA Archery coaching seminar and shooters school
conducted by famed Korean Olympic archery coach Hyung-tak KIM. This event is
hosted by the National Archery Association.
seminar and shooters school will be conducted at the Olympic Training Center in
Chula Vista, California, April 8-10, 2005, and will be supervised on-site by
Lloyd Brown, 2-time US Olympic Archery Team Coach. The coaching seminar is from
April 8 th, 9:00AM-6:00PM and April 9th, 9:00AM to Noon.
The Shooters School immediately follows on April 9th, from 2:00PM to
6:00PM and on April 10th from 9:00 AM to 5:00PM.
are: Coaching Seminar: $150
Shooters School: $150
On-site lodging and meals: $40 per day
Coaches Seminar qualifies NAA Level 3 and 4 Coaches for Re-Certification.
seminar will offer a rare experience into the Korean coaching philosophy by the
man who for years has dominated the Korean archery scene. Participants will
learn the Korean shooting form, and how to teach this form. In addition, Coach
KIM will discuss effective training programs, secrets of famous Korean archers,
and the mental aspect of Korean archery. He will also discuss choosing the
proper equipment for young archers.
Shooters School is open to all competitive recurve archers and will provide
individual and group instructions from Coach KIM.
participants are encouraged to bring their own equipment. To secure a position
in the Coaching Seminar or the Shooters School, participants are to send in a
non-refundable deposit of $100 for each seminar to Lloyd Brown, indicating the
seminar(s) they wish to attend. Call or send an e-mail to guarantee space at
the Olympic Training Center. The balance is due at the start of the seminar.
Make checks payable to The National Archery Association.
3089-C Clairemont Dr. #207
San Diego, CA 92117
(858) ARCHERY phone
(619) 275-0865 fax
NOTE: THIS PAIR OF COURSES IS FULL AS OF 10/15/2004
There will be a level one in November followed by a level two in December.
By the rules, it is not necessary to be a level one to take the level two
if you plan to teach a level one, it is highly recommended to take the level
one before taking the level two.
NOTE that these two courses are now full (10/15/2004) but that you can send a
note to Rick if you wish to take part in future courses.
Send note to Rick via email if you are
interested in future courses.
The course will be conducted at the Sugarland Indoor Archery
Range in Houston, Texas.
Level One: Nov. 7.
Minimum age is 15.
Fee includes all paperwork.
Class limited to 12 participants.
Dec. 5 & Dec. 12
Minimum age is 18 with a year's archery experience.
Must be an NAA member. NAA membership application available in the packet.
NAA membership is $50 a year.
Should already have taken a Level One prior to taking Level Two. Very
difficult to teach a Level One course without having taken the Level One
Fee include all paperwork.
Class limited to 12 participants.
If you take both courses the combined fee is $100.
Directions to Sugarland Archery at
Level Four National Instructor
ATTENTION COMPOUND ARCHERS AND
PARENTS OF COMPOUND ARCHERS
November 15-16, 2003
Michael Braden, accomplished compound archer and 2003 NFAA Shooter of the
year, is conducting a clinic in Austin in November!
Michael writes: "To all interested, I wanted to get the word out that I am
coaching and doing seminars. I have two seminars scheduled soon, the first will
be October 25-26, at Sportsman's Archery (801-562-0093), in Salt Lake City,
Utah. And the second will be November 15-16, at Archery Country (512-452-1222),
in Austin Texas."
The Seminar will be 8am-6pm on Saturday November 15, and 8am-12noon on Sunday
November 16th. The cost is $175 per person and you need to send a $50 dollar
deposit to Archery Country to hold you a spot. I am limiting the spots to only
This is a seminar for beginning to advanced archers. Each shooter's form
will be analyzed on a one-on-one basis.
1. Form Mechanics
2. Shot Execution
3. Aim Techniques
4. Practice Routine
5. Mental Confidence
Accomplishments: Michael has been involved in archery for 14 years and has shot
competitively for 11. He joined the Professional ranks in 1996 and is an
accomplished archer in both spot target shooting and 3-D shooting. He is a two
time National Champion and Certified NAA Level 3 Coach. He is a member of
the Hoyt Pro Staff.
For information contact
Archery Country at
512-452-1222 or else email
OLYMPIC STYLE ARCHERY SEMINAR FEATURING GUY KRUEGER IN
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
SALT LAKE ARCHERY
THIS SEMINAR IS FOR INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED RECURVE ARCHERS
DO YOU EXPERIENCE UPS AND DOWNS?DO YOU THINK YOU WOULD HAVE MORE FUN BY WINNING
DO YOU WANT TO MAKE SHOOTING IN COMPETITIONS EASY?
IF S0 -THIS SEMINAR IS FOR YOU!!
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DECEMBER 6-7, 2003I
Dave Cousins is coming to NY on December 6&7th to conduct his comprehensive 2 day seminar.
Get the registration form and information on this event at:
Proline Archery, NY
Location: Pro Line Archery Lanes, Inc.
95-11 101st Ave.
Ozone Park, NY 11416
email: Joe at prolinearchery.com
Date: December 6th & 7th, 2003 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Join us as Professional Archer, Dave Cousins, conducts a comprehensive two-day seminar on archery shooting form, technique and, equipment set-up. This seminar will provide specific insight on how fundamental changes can translate into major improvements! Reserve your place now, seating is limited to twenty people. Reservation and advance payment are required at time of registration.
The registration fee for this seminar is $275.00 per person. Cancellations must be made 5 days prior to the seminar. Cancellations received after December 1st will be made, less a $100.00 cancellation fee. No refunds or credit will be made for cancellations received on December 6th.
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Seminar for the Experienced Recurve Archer and Coach
for questions email
Do you or your archer experience ups and downs? Do you think you would have more
fun by winning more? Do you want to make shooting in competitions EASY? If so,
this seminar is for you! This seminar will be a 2-day clinic covering everything
an archer and coach needs to know to make it to that next level!
This seminar is brought to you by, Guy Krueger, well-known and regarded Texas
Archer - 2003 Pan Am Games Silver Medallist and member of the 2003 US
World Team. Guy made the US World Team in 2001, but soon realized that there
should be an easier way to get to that level. Since then, he has spent two years
learning the easiest way to shoot. In that time, he has trained with some of the
top Korean coaches and archers. The following are a few of his most recent
2003 Pan Am Games Team Gold and Individual Silver Medallist
2003 US World Outdoor and Indoor Teams
2000 World University Champion and 2002 World University Bronze Medallist
The Archers Seminar will be conducted on both Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 20-21,
from 2pm to 5pm. The purpose of this seminar is for recurve archers to receive
coaching advice from top-level archer Guy Krueger. Archers will receive
coaching, equipment and training tips, and video analysis. Recommended skill
level of archer is age 12 to adult with at least a few years experience. .
The coaching seminar will take an in depth look at the Korean methods of
shooting and training. The course will explore the logical reasons to shoot with
correct bone alignment, how to get correct bone alignment, details and how to's
of every aspect of the shot, and training regiments. There will also be analysis
of video footage of the world's best archers. Those attending the Coaches
seminar will also be welcomed to stay for the Archers seminar to watch, learn
more coaching information, and test their new knowledge of technique.
Cost: Archers Seminar $50/archer
Coaches Seminar $100/person
Both Seminars $120/person
Family Plans: (2 or more from same family) Archers seminar $40/person
Coaches seminar $85/person
Both Seminars $100/person
Schedule: Saturday December 20, 200 Sunday December 21, 2003
9am - 1pm Coaches clinic part 1 9am - 1pm Coaches clinic part 2
2pm - 5pm Archers clinic part 1 2pm - 5pm Archers clinic part 2
Location: 4-H Activities Center VICTORIA, TX (red star on maps)
Experienced Recurve Archers and Coaches Seminar
December 20-21, 2003
Sign up now, while space is available!
City:__________________________ State:_________ Zip:____________
Date of Birth______/_____/_______ Years Shooting__________
Archers Seminar($50)___ Coaches Seminar($100)___
Archers Seminar($40/person)___ Coaches Seminar($85/person)___
Total amount enclosed________
Method of Payment: cash check(payable to Krueger Archery Supplies) credit card
Card: Mastercard Visa
Send to Krueger Archery Supplies
PO Box 627
Blessing, TX 77419
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Directions (INTERACTIVE MAP)
1. Take US-59 S
2. Take the US-59-BR S/ FM-1686 ramp toward TELFERNER/ VICTORIA. 0.3 miles
3. Merge onto US-59 BR S. 1.7 miles
4. Turn RIGHT onto HANGER DR S. 0.6 miles
5. Turn SHARP RIGHT onto FOSTER FIELD DR. 0.14 miles
6. Turn LEFT onto AVIATION DR. 0.06 miles
7. Turn RIGHT onto HANGER DR N. 0.25 miles
Level II Coaches Course
Ridgely Middle School
121 E. Ridgely Road
Timonium, MD 21093 (just north of Baltimore, MD)
Deadline for registration: December 7, 2003
Cost: $100 (includes materials)
Ted Light - 410-252-8292
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Level I Archery Instructors Class
When: Sunday December 28th or Sunday January 4th 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Pick
Instructor: Chelsea and Tom Barker, NAA Level II instructors
Where: South Texas Archery, 304 East Water Street, Victoria, TX 77905
Cost: $30 fee
What to Bring: A pencil and an open mind. We will supply all equipment.
Who: This is the NAA level 1 archery instructors class for 4H, scouts, summer
camps, and YMCA instructors. No prior experience is required. The minimum age is
15, so this is good for youth leaders.
Content: Some of the items covered include: - the nine steps to the 10 ring -
safety orientation - equipment selection and inspection (both recurve and
compound) - how to teach archery - how to run a scout or 4H archery program -
history of archery - common errors and correction - resources for more
Tom Barker, 361-578-0973, for more information or to reserve a spot.
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CERTIFICATION IN PHOENIX, ARIZONA
January 10 & 11, Also Jan 17
& 18, 2004
Mike Koistinen will be
conducting a four day NAA Level 2 Coach Instructor Certification class on
January 10th and 11th, 17th and 18th
at the Arizona State Fair Grounds (Game and Fish Building) and at a local
This class is great for those
that want to: teach, coach, volunteer, become a judge,
organizer and especially for those that want to improve their target
4-H, Scouting, NFAA and NAA programs will want to take advantage
of the opportunity.
LEVEL II CERTIFICATION NEAR FORT WORTH
Feb. 7-8, 2004
In preparation for the archery in schools program and anyone wishing to
start a JOAD program or just
wanting to learn more about archery. We are hosting a level 2 coaching course
Feb 7-8 It will be in Grandview Tx 30 min. south of Fort Worth on I35W.
The class will be taught by level 4 and NFAA master coaches Sandra and
Curtis Horton. The class will run
from 7:00am- 8:00pm both Sat. and Sun. The cost will be $50.00 and will include
lunch both Sat. and Sun.
We will be covering level one on Sat a.m. so there is no prerequisite for this
course. Please sign up
before Jan. 15 so we can order books and other materials.
LEVEL I Southwest Houston
I am holding a Level 1 at Sugarland Archery on Feb 15th. Contact is Tom Loesch at (713)270-4145
for more information and scheduling.
(ed.note: Level 1 courses are very useful for beginning archers and especially for their parents, to educate them enough to be able to work with their kids and support them.
It makes for a better parent-child relationship in the sport and increases the
enjoyment for the archer. )
Old Training Episodes:
Print a copy of this Seminar
Flyer as an acrobat file if you wish to register
Style Archery Seminar
Do you desire a high level of performance and
consistency? Are you coaching a young archer who has the potential to make
the Jr. USAT Team? Are you a coach or archer looking to make shooting
and intermediate archers (ages 16 and up) striving to reach that
does the seminar offer?
You will have the opportunity to learn the methods of top
level archers throughout the world.
Perfect technique and form.
Biomechanics of shooting.
New equipment information.
Tuning and fine-tuning procedures.
Hands on training will also be given in proper equipment
setup, fine tuning methods, and correct bone alignment so that you can use this
information to teach others.
(Note: this seminar will be different from the last in that
there will be no shooting portion, there will be more hands on learning, and
there is newer information.)
Why Attend? I am the number 2 ranked archer on the US Archery
Team, and although I did not make the Olympic Team, I have made the past 2
World Teams, the last World Indoor Team, Silver and Gold Medals at the Pan Am
Games, Top 3 finishes at the last 2 Outdoor Nationals, 3rd at the NAA
Indoor Nationals, and I am the 2000 World University Champion and 2002
World University Bronze Medalist. It should also be noted that an
archer, John Magera, in my last
seminar made the
U.S. Olympic Team!
Where: Bay City Fairgrounds
– Multi Purpose Building
September 18, 2004, 9am-5:30pm(with 1 hour lunch break)
Special TSAA and Texas 4-H price of
$75(similar seminars run $250!), non-TSAA members $150
For Registration or
information: Print a
copy of this Seminar Flyer as an acrobat file if you wish to register
Send payment to
Guy Krueger, P.O. Box 627, Blessing, Texas 77419
Phone 361-588-7247 or 619-227-5814