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Youth Archery Enrichment
 

District 11 4H Archery and the Coastal Bend JOAD clubs present two youth archery enrichment opportunities. On December 20-21 a world class recurve archer, Guy Krueger, will be presenting a recurve seminar. Hoyt pro staff shooter and NFAA 2003 Shooter of the year, Michael Braden, will be holding a compound archery clinic on January 18-19. Details follow.

Seminar for the Experienced Recurve Archer and Coach
By Guy Krueger

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 accomplishments:

2003 Pan Am Games Team Gold and Individual Silver Medallist
2003 US World Outdoor and Indoor Teams
2000 World University Champion
2002 World University Bronze Medallist

Archers Seminar
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.

Coaching Seminar
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, 2003  & Sunday December 21, 2003:

Sat. 12/20:    9am - 1pm Coaches clinic part 1
Sun. 12/21:    9am - 1pm Coaches clinic part 2
Sat. 12/20:    2pm - 5pm Archers clinic part 1
Sun. 12/21:    2pm - 5pm Archers clinic part 2

Location: 4-H Activities Center VICTORIA, TX (red star on maps)
Experienced Recurve Archers and Coaches Seminar
Victoria, TX
December 20-21, 2003
For more questions contact Guy Krueger . Use this link for registration form.
 

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Compound Archery Seminar

With Professional Archer Michael Braden Hoyt Pro Staff Shooter

Seminar for beginning to advanced compound archers.

Subjects covered:
1. Form Mechanics
2. Shot Execution
3. Aim Techniques
4. Practice Routine
5. Mental Confidence

Date:
Saturday, Jan 18th:  9am-5pm,
Sunday, Jan 19th:  8am-12pm
Cost: $75 per archer (Lunch on Saturday included)
(For families with 2 or more youth archers the cost is $60 per archer.)

Archers should bring their own equipment. Equipment can be borrowed if prearranged. Archers should also bring a blank VHS video tape for video analysis to take home.

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

Location: 4-H Activities Center
VICTORIA, TX
To register and for more information contact Tom Barker or 361-578-0973

 

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