Leave a Comment:
Hello Red Rabbit,
thank you for your kind words. Having something to escape the stress is a very important thing in a world where time is money!
Archery does that for me and for many other people, too.
I will cover both beginner and advanced topics about archery in my articles. So be sure to come back.
In a few weeks I will have more exciting news especially for beginners.
If you have any questions, just let me know. 🙂
Hi Moritz, I enjoyed reading your articles. I think archery is a good sport as it trains you to keep focused on your targets. Best wishes to you!Reply
thank you for stopping by. I am happy you are enjoying my site.
Be sure to come back. 🙂
If you consider starting with archery, you can have a look at my how to get started with archery guide.
Thank you very much. 🙂
If you want to learn how to get started check out my getting started guide and have a look at the recurve bow I recommend for beginners.
This is an excellent site, Moritz…it’s informative and interesting to read. I’m not an archer but if I ever decide to learn, I’ll certainly look for your advice and guidance.Reply
Thank you for your kind words.
I hope you give archery a try one day. It is a fantastic sport.
Have a look at my archery training to get started with archery!
I have a review of a great recurve bow for beginners and for a compound bow as well.
This is one of the most comprehensive websites that I have visited (and not Just on the sport of Archery).
Moritz you have done a great job for promoting this sport. As a member of ABA (Australian Bowhunter Association) for in excess of ten years – I congratulate you
My Son, Wife and myself visited the range each fortnight and competed in Tournaments within the State of NSW.
You have covered all the important points in a very interesting and informative manner, and I downloaded you ebook to see how well it was laid out.
I found it an extremely good introduction to the sport and would rate it with four stars.
Keep up the good work – I have bookmarked for future reference.
Regards, Tony Hargreaves
Thank you Tony for your kind and encouraging words.
I always try to share my experience, knowledge and fun with my visitors and readers and give the best tips and information about archery that I can.
Archery is my favorite free time activity and when I can make a few new archers now and then, I am a happy man.
It is great to hear that you read and enjoyed my book, too.
I only published it a few days ago and I am always happy to hear what people think about my book.
Have a great day.
I hope to see you around in the future.
I agree with Tony 100 %. You have done a wonderful job and enlighten many that has visited your site . I am impressed that you took the time to complete explain each step and the pro of archery. It is a sport that requires your total attention and devotion ,
I am sure that you know that’s why you get so much relaxation and peace within yourself when you are involved with the archery. Well, I know I do , and assume that’s is why I am at peace then , I am happy when I’m enjoying my hobby as I am sure you are as well . There is a peace that I haven’t found anywhere else but my BIBLE..
I got off the subject some there, but you have mastered a superb job with the complete site . I will be downloading the book as well .
Good luck and I will be back . Take care .
I didn’t know that much about archery before I visited your website. Now I have learned something.
For example about target panic. Is there something similar in life? Maybe fear of success? Don’t know. We have to ask an expert in psychology. 😉
What do you mean? What could help with this target panic?
I realised that there is something special in archery.
It’s not only about shooting the arrow on the target.
It can be a philosophy.
target panic can be really big problem for archers.
Those who suffer from it will either release their arrow too early, or not at all.
That way they won’t be able to be successful with archery anymore.
It can happen to anyone, even if they were great archers before.
There are several ways to fix this problem, which I explain in my book The Bullseye Masterpiece.
If you are interested in this topic, I highly recommend to take a look here.
At the moment the book is only available as an ebook, but I am planning to bring out the printed version in a few weeks, too.
I had never given a thought to trying archery before, but wandering into your site and reading more & more about it has got me intrigued!
I understand what you mean by the stress and the ‘haunted’ness…it’s a hard feeling to shake without a good hobby to channel our energies into. I wonder, will you be writing about archery for beginners? Be sure to invite me back if/when you do 🙂 – I look forward to reading more, cheers!