Cross-Country Olympian vs Freestyle Football YouTuber – Training Challenge | Hitting the Wall

What’s up? My name’s Philip Warren Gertsson, I’m in Slovenia. My name is Vesna Fabjan. I’m bronze medallist from Olympics in Sochi in cross-country skiing. She’s going to run through her training routine with me, and I think she’s going to work me pretty hard. Oh, hey, hey, hey, sorry, sorry, excuse me. I’m supposed […]

Archery | Bow Stands

[shhh-thunk] Hey guys, this is NUSensei, and today we’re talking about bow stands. Now you are probably wondering “what the heck NUSensei, that’s a pretty boring topic,” and really bow stands aren’t that complex. There aren’t too many kinds, they’re pretty easy to get, and there’s nothing much to explain. However, bow stands can be […]

Underdog Spain Surprise the Crowd to Win Archery Gold – Barcelona 92 | Moments In Time

The Spanish Olympic committee did not expect anything from us. They would have been satisfied if we passed the first elimination round and nothing more. The first team we went up against in the elimination round was Denmark. The Danish team were a good reference point, as they had performed at a similar level to […]

Archery | Bare Shaft Tuning

One of the most common misconceptions that people new to the sport have, is that you can use any arrow with any bow. The reality is that archers will pick specific arrows to suit their bow, selecting a particular spine rating based on actual draw weight, which in turn is based on bow weight, and […]

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What is Olympic Archery?

Although there is a general rule in the archery community where no style of archery is better than another, some people have a view on modern archery and its equipment that is kind of negative. This is particularly true for the Olympic style of archery. Traditionalists will look at their sights and stabilizers and go […]

Archery | Arrow Nocks – Correct Size

One of the really small things that can be overlooked in archery. And I do mean literally small It’s the size of your nocks. Now for most people, this won’t really matter. But it does matter. As most of you know by now, when you nock the arrow it clips on to the string and […]

Snowboard Stories to Watch at PyeongChang 2018 | Olympic Winter Games

PyeongChang 2018. Stories To Watch. Snowboard. The genesis of modern snowboarding began in 1965 when a Michigan engineer invented a toy for his daughters by fastening two skis together and attaching a rope to one end. He later patented the invention, sold half a million Snurfers and organised the first snurfing competition in 1968. Over […]

Archery | Finger Slings and Wrist Slings

Hey guys, this is NUSensei. Today we are covering a fairly trivial topic, but one with huge ramifications on your shot process. Today, we’re talking about slings. Most people don’t use a sling, and this makes sense. We’re thinking about historical or traditional or backyard recreational archery, you don’t need a sling to shoot. You […]