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Archery As A Valuable Survival Skill 0

Posted on January 18, 2019 by Ashley Andrews

archery-2For many years, the bow and arrow have been used in many activities, such as warfare, hunting, and sports. This makes them very important tools in people’s lives. The art of using a bow and arrow is called archery. Due to technological advancement, the archery equipment and accessories have also revolutionized in a great way. However, the art of shooting a bow has never changed because it will always involve drawing back the arrow, focusing, and releasing it to hit your target subject. While archery has been very useful for security and hunting for meat, the art also equips the user with various survival skills. Experiencing life will teach you a lot of things, but using a bow and arrow will provide direction for this life through the following skills that you master through it.

1. Improves Focus And Concentration

The main thing that helps a person to succeed in archery is the ability to concentrate and focus. The result of every release of an arrow is determined by how good you focused throughout the shooting process. Mastering this art of focus and concentration takes a lot of time and practice. Once you master it, it will encourage you to focus on other life matters to succeed in them. It is very normal to lose focus as a beginner in archery, and so it is in other life aspects, but you can use archery to improve your attitude towards achieving everything you focus your efforts on. Read the rest of this entry →

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