2 Through tests KAA have decided the shooting distances Elementary schools (under 12 years) 30m 20m Middle schools (12 years old ~ 14 years) 50m 30m Above high school FITA round (Olympic round)
3 starts archery, When a archer starts archery, 18~20 pounds, About one year late 20~30 pounds, Elementary schools (under 12 years) About 2 years later, 28~32 pounds, Middle school archers (12 years old ~ 14 years) female archers 34~38 male archers 34~40 Above high school, female archers 38~42 male archers 40~46
4 The training of elementary school archers. The training of basic form, The training from stance to release, The training of shooting easily, The training for correct release, As for extending, archers should extend easily. video
5 The training of middle school archers, The training of basic form The training of extending video
6 Above high school archers, The training of extending, The training of feeling, The training for competition (Olympic round)
7 The case of success story of Chinese Taipei team. We arrived in Chinese Taipei in 1989, and formed two teams : One team was composed of the national archers, the other would form the future national team In 1990, they began with middle school and the elementary school teams, and they started with competitions. And throughout the nation they made elementary school teams. Through a lot of coach seminars, they unified coaching methods.
8 Coaching Method
9 Basic Form... for being a Top Performer:
10 Step I Practice from stance to full draw: 1. Drawing the stretching band. 2. Drawing the bow.
11 Step II Pre-training of the release: 1. Finger feeling training release 2. The distance of the release. 3. The direction of the release. 4. The speed of the release.
12 Step III Shooting with a clicker:
13 Drawing the stretching band. Stance Set up. The elbow position of drawing arm. The Centre of the body. Position of the bow arm shoulder. Position of the head. position of the elbow.
15 Drawing the bow. Grip Hooking Rotation of the bow arm Direction of the drawing Speed of the drawing Balance of the drawing When drawing use the body
16 B Stance
20 Open stance Possible Problems Position of the shoulder Makes hip swing easier Moving the bow arm shoulder Moving Center of the body
21 Bow arm shoulder: Shoulder position of bow arm when setting up. video
23 The Centre of the body. Leaning
25 bow arm shoulder video
26 video Position of the head
27 B Position of the elbow
28 Grip Drawing the Bow. The Bow Grip. Use the bow sling.
30 video Grip maker
33 Position of the string hooked on the finger tabs
34 The finger force which is doing hooking should be directed outside
35 Wrist of the draw hand
36 The distribution of force Index finger 15-20% Middle finger 60-70% Ring finger 25-35%
37 Rotation of the bow arm video Not Correct Direction of the bone. Correct
38 Direction of the drawing
39 The direction of drawing a bow.
40 Balance of the draw 50% 50%
41 video When drawing use the body
42 Position of the anchor
44 String alignment The position of the String
45 Bow sight String alignment
46 String alignment Position of the head
47 Elbow position
49 Angle of Full draw
54 Timing of release Arrow point and hand moves forward during release
56 Correcting bad habits in the release Practice the finger feeling Practice short release Practice the release timing Practice without the clicker Release with the Coach's hand
57 Follow through Direction Power (Balance) Bow Jump Use of a bow sling Centre of the body
58 video Direction/balance
59 Use of the Clicker The time to introduce a Clicker When the archers have the ability to draw the bow poundage with ease. When the archers have mastered a good basic form. Pre-training of the release before introducing the clicker.
60 Use of the Clicker Method I The method of Watching the arrow point when The method of drawing a bow. 3 to 5 mm Aiming
61 Use of the Clicker Method, Watching the point STRONG POINTS Always drawn to constant length. An archer can draw an arrow with a fixed length in spite of the change of the archer s s condition. The drawn length is constant, without any effect of weather change. WEAK POINTS Arrow point moves forward when aiming. The archer doesn t t extend constantly. Difficult to produce a good extending rhythm. Difficult to make good use of back tension.
62 Use of the Clicker Method II The method of NOT when drawing a bow. NOT watching the arrow point Draw length Anchor
63 Use of the Clicker Not watching the arrow point: STRONG POINTS Extend constantly and smoothly when aiming the target. Can maintain a good rhythm. It helps to develop a good extending movement. WEAK POINTS It is difficult to produce a constant draw length when archer s s condition is not good enough. Even without any effect of weather change, the drawn length may not be constant. There is a possibility that the archer becomes psychologically uneasy.
64 The method of using the Clicker 1. Watching the arrow point when drawing a bow. 2. Not to let the arrow move forward when aiming at the target. 3. The forces of both sides should be the same for extending. Extending forces in balance. 4. After mastering this, draw without watching arrow point. 5. Get the extending feeling. 6. When the point of the arrow is under the clicker, keep the shooting time to less than 3 seconds. 7. Do not shoot with the arrow point forward of the clicker when the clicker has activated. 8. Controlling the timing of extending.
65 Use of the Clicker Same Draw length Set up shoulder Head position Anchor Aiming Extending Release Sight pin on the centre Elbow position Beginner 5-10 mm Same Balance
66 Extending The direction of extending. The balance of extending. video
67 Extending for beginners
70 Extending angle
72 Check point when extending
73 Check point when extending Do not Use the finger when extending
75 change of bow inclination occurring during extending,
77 Arrow rest? Draw length (over draw)? Raising the chest? Centre of the body?
78 Move the body? Direction of extending? Draw length?
79 The movement of the centre of body video
81 movement of bow arm shoulder when extending, video
82 video Bow arm shoulder when shooting
83 change of the string position when extending,
84 Change of the face position when extending,
85 change of the anchor position when extending, video
86 movement of bowarm elbow when extending, video
87 Slipping of drawing finger when extending,
88 Bending of finger when extending,
89 extending time is not uniform,. Draw length Head position speed of draw Anchor position
90 Anchor position.
91 video waist swings when shooting,
92 The bow jumps when shooting, video
94 Extending method changes when extending time becomes longer,. Do not change extending direction. Do not change extending balance Do not change extending method
95 video Catching the bow when shooting
96 Pressure button must make constant contact with arrow after clicker down
97 Move the body when shooting
98 Observe the string on the chest guard video
99 Changed direction the extending video
100 Change of the bow hand position on the grip
102 MANY THANKS!!! Coach 84. LA Olympic Game ( Korea Womens ) Coach 85. SEOUL World Championship ( Korea Womens ) Coach 86. SEOUL Asian Game ( Korea Womens ) Coach 90. BEIJING Asian Game ( Taiwan Teams ) Coach 91. POLAND World Championship ( Taiwan Teams ) Coach 92. BARCELONA Olympic Game ( Taiwan Teams ) Coach 93. TURKEY World Championship ( Taiwan Teams ) Coach 94. HIROSHIMA Asian Game ( Taiwan Teams ) Head Coach 02. NIMBURG Junior World Championship (Korean Teams) Coach committee of FITA
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