And It’s Free!

If you haven’t yet noticed, Mental Management Systems (the Basshams), have established a YouTube Channel:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXnmDMKbdYCek84XHWbx04w

I recommend it to you. Lanny Bassham just posted a short video on “trying too hard” that is very much worth viewing.

Steve

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3 responses to “And It’s Free!

  1. George Zimmerman

    I have read “with winning in mind” and found it useful applied to all sorts of endeavours.

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  2. Krish Rama

    Thank you for the link Mr. Ruis. As a coach, I found it super useful and have applied it with my students.
    On another note, I would like to ask if any of the coaches are experimenting with other types of draw styles ?
    I ask this as I have recently created a draw style that my students find easier to perform. Results are the same.

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    • Hi, Krish,

      You mentioned this earlier and I asked for more detail. If you would be so kind as to describe what you are doing in more detail, I will post it on the blog as a “Guest Post.” If it is of enough interest, we may publish it in Archery Focus magazine for which you would receive US$100 (you decide if the offer is made, I do not publish work without permission).

      Please send your description (if you intend to do so) to ruis.steve@gmail.com which is my personal email address.

      And, many different draws have been experimented with. The last major article we had in AFm involved a draw with the palm outward (instead of palm inward). It has a number of intriguing advantages.

      Steve

      On Tue, Jul 19, 2016 at 2:11 AM, A Blog for Archery Coaches wrote:

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