USA National Head Coach, Kisik Lee is coming to Amherst Archery Academy in Florence (Northampton), Massachusetts, for a two-day seminar (May 4 & 5) and one day of private lessons (May 6). This course is ideal for any archer looking to learn the National Training System (NTS) directly from the person who put so much thought and science into designing it: Coach Kisik Lee. No doubt you will walk away with a better understanding of NTS, but also the undeniable benefit and pleasure of having your archery journey include the direct influence of Coach Lee. For more information on US Head Coach Kisik Lee, go here.
Two Day Training Clinic Sample Agenda
Day 1: Friday, May 4th, 4:00PM – 10:00PM.
Assessment of Shooting 1
Seminar on National Training System / KSL Shot Cycle
Day 2: Saturday, May 5th, 8:00AM – 10:00PM (or end)
Understanding NTS “Software” (the “soft” skills needed to make the “hardware” skills of NTS function together)
Seminar on Mental Management & NTS Continued
Assessment of Shooting 2
Possible bow tuning also covered
Kisik Lee was the National Head Coach for South Korea from 1981-1997 where Korea earned 8 gold medals in ’84, ’88, ‘ 92, ’96. In 1997 Lee moved to Australia to be the National Head Coach and guided Simon Fairweather to Olympic gold in 2000. In 2006 Lee moved to the USA and began his role as National Head Coach in the USA, training athletes like Brady Ellison. Coach Lee successfully took modern scientific knowledge from the fields of kinesiology and biomechanics, physics, sports science and more to create the National Training System (NTS). NTS is full of “gears” (steps) that allow the archer’s body, mind and bow to work together in efficient ways to reduce injury and eliminate target panic. Amherst Archery is honored to host Coach Lee.
All registrants receive a Coach Lee Training Clinic Welcome Packet from Amherst Archery Academy upon enrolling in this course. Each Welcome Packet includes: directions to the course location, lodging options, a list of what to bring, a complete agenda and more. This course has a minimum number of participants of 15 and a maximum number of participants of 20. Food and lodging are not provided in the course fee. NO REFUNDS.