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Reasons to Learn Archery

Teaches self discipline and focus

We can all agree that archery is one sport that instills focus and self discipline. All you have to do is adjust and learn fast. In archery, taking things step by step is very important. You can’t skip a step and be 100% effective. You have no choice but to be self disciplined and focused. Archery teaches that slowing down thought process to focus makes you even more successful.

Helps to improve your balance and coordination

Archery helps improve your balance as well as your coordination. This is quite simple, considering the fact that archery is focusing on a target and executing a shot. That’s all it takes to improve your balance and coordination. When you draw a bow, you are strengthening your core muscles. This in turn helps improve your hand to eye coordination and helps you hit your target more accurately.

Helps your physical health

The most obvious reason to learn is your physical health. Archery is a mostly outdoor sport. Archers tend to absorb vitamin D naturally from sunlight. Vitamin D is highly needed for bone health and growth. Archery also helps build your core, back, chest, and shoulder muscles.

Helps with your self confidence

Another one of best reasons to learn archery is that it helps improve self confidence. Every archer draws this satisfaction from hitting the target and even more from a bulls eye. Archery is a sport that improves mental confidence of any participant.

It helps you behave

Now this may seem like going just a little extreme, but it’s the truth. If you ask any archer, they will tell you that following rules is the most important things. When you learn to follow rules, you start to act a certain way of course in a positive light. These rules that guide you to becoming a better archer can help you in all aspects of life. If you have a kid with behavioral problems, encouraging them to learn archery is actually a way to help them change.