Video

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These videos give a sense of how each class is run.  After warmups and stretching, the class spends the majority of the time working on their shooting technique. 

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From the shooting line, the class prepares to shoot.

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Class is in session, shooting from the line.

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A second view of class in session.

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Closeup view of shooting from the line.

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A view from behind the shooting line, showing the shooting stance and placement of quivers.

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Two students shoot from the line.

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Arrows hit the target.

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Grouping of arrows is emphasized.

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After all arrows have been shot, they are retrieved from the targets.

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Video is used extensively in the class to highlight individual student's shooting and to help correct any imperfections in their technique. After being filmed in class, the video is available for the student to review via the web.

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Student 1: Draw, anchor, and release.

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Student 1: The release.

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Student 2: Draw, anchor, and release.

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Student 3: Draw, anchor, and release.

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Student 3: Closeup of the release.

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And on certain nice days in early fall and late spring, the class will go outside to practice shooting in real-world conditions, like high wind.  Images from one of those outdoor sessions can be seen here. (PDF)