Today, I am going to reflect on my archery experience. So let’s begin.
Q1: What did I do in archery?
A: First, we strapped on arm guards to prevent the arrows to hit our forearm. Then, we picked up the bow and loaded the bow with an arrow and fired the arrow.
Q2: What is targeting?
A: Targeting is aiming the arrow on an item. For example, for deer hunting, you are targeting on the deer because it is your target.
Q3: How do we stand?
A: We put cones from the right side of the target. Then, we stand from the left aspect of the cones, and your legs are shoulder width apart.
Q4: How do we hold the string?
A: On the nock locator, so that indicates where the arrows to be on the bowstring. Which we then put the bolt through the arrow rest. After that, we grip our hands on the bow grip, and we are ready to shoot.
Q5: What is grouping?
A: Grouping is when you take a picture of what happened at the end of archery.
What I could improve in archery are my stands. I noticed in the video that my feet are not always sideways and on the line. Also, my body is also not standing sideways so it could affect my bow accuracy and how I am holding the bow. And at last, I should pull the bow wider because it could have an impact on my bow accuracy.