Tournament preparation. It all starts by knowing you’ll be attending to one.
Thankfully, at Corus our coaches have scheduled an indoor handicap-adjusted league to which all members can attend.
Through this plan, we get to experience the tension of a tournament and the different possible indoor rounds.
This morning we turned up to meet the eye-catching black and white faces lined up and ready to welcome our excellent shooting.
Yes, that’s exactly right, excellent shooting – because each time you show up in front of the target and commit to the training, no matter what the score will be, the result will always be a good one.
Commit to the training,
shoot with intent,
listen to your coach.
The Worcester is a 5-arrows-end round, so a bit different than classic indoor rounds characterized by 3 arrows end.
I personally get a very distant taste of Field Archery there, but that’s about how far I would dare to go in comparing the two.
(Great job there Jerry – Olympic Style Recurve shooting – not any fancy compound one)
My personal bright side in all of this? First Worcester, personal best. Couldn’t be any better.