Distance Learning is ideal for the archer athlete who wants to study National Training System (NTS) with a Level IV USA Archery Coach and is geographically positioned in a way that makes consistent travel to a coach impractical or impossible. Whether you are 200 miles or 8,000 kilometers away and in a different country, Coach Kyle would love to meet with you via video as part of our Archer Athlete Distance Learning Program.
How frequently you meet will depend on your budget and goals. Once a week, twice per month, once per month – choose what works for you. Coach Kyle offers a fee consultation, via video, to listen to your goals, watch you perform your shot cycle, learn about how your physical and mental systems respond to archery, and learn about you as an archer. This initial video session also includes defining next-steps and answering any questions you might have. After several coaching sessions with Coach Kyle, he can also develop a 25-week Training Plan for you (additional fee), based on your short, midrange and long term goals, that vary in volume and intensity to maximize your performance.
If your internet connection is too slow to live stream video, this is still possible for you. Contact Coach Kyle and learn how you can still engage with our Archer Athlete Distance Learning Program.
Instruction provided in compound target, Olympic recurve and modern barebow.
Recurve Athletes need: A bow, arrows, stretch band, shot trainer such as the Astra Archery shot trainer or similar product, finger tab, arm guard, chest guard, a safe space to shoot in, bow square, wireless device with video capability and a way to mount it to a tripod. If you have access to a target, great. We will likely be shooting at it blank bale 90% of the time.
Compound Athletes need: A bow, arrows, stretch band, shot trainer with draw stop of some sort, release aid, target suitable for stopping your arrows, a safe space to shoot in, wireless device with video capability and a way to mount it to a tripod.
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