Monday, July 14, 2014

The Mental Game in Archery

Have you ever wondered what it means to have a “Mental Game?” Do you know what is going thru the mind of a PRO archer when he is about to make the winning shot? We give you detailed information which will allow you to have complete control over each & every shot you make from now on. When you have better control over your shooting, you will have better results!  

Don`t let aiming get in the way of Execution
Come join us this fall. Many classes to choose from. 

Instructor: John Marshall 

Monday, July 7, 2014

Archery Classes

Introductory Archery (ages 8 to 108)
For beginning archers ages 8 to 108, we offer a five week introductory course. In our class the students will have fun learning about archery equipment, safety, shooting form and technique, practice drills, and archery range rules. Class time is spent as an even mix between educational presentation and shooting practice where students will reinforce the skills they are learning. 

Complete schedule will be released soon. The price is $75 for the full 5 week course. A limited number of spots are available for each session so if you do not get in on this one, classes in the fall will also be available.

Instructor: John Marshall 

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

TN Archery Lessons

   Whether you are a beginner Archery student, intermediate Archery student, or advanced Archery student, we can help you learn and enhance your Archery skills. As your instructor, I bring 30 years of experience in the archery world and over 30 years of hunting to the table. Lessons are offered at our shop location, in the field and some times both.

   We work with students of all ages; teaching Archery for kids, Archery for teenagers and Archery for adults. We strive to give you a customized Archery lesson that exceeds your expectations. Our shop is based out of Murfreesboro, TN and our in the field training is done in LaVergne, TN. We offer individual training and group rates. See our schedule to see available group rate days.

Instructor: John Marshall