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The purpose of this study was to investigate Reasons Why Archery Transform From Indigenous Sport to Competitive Sport. Methodology- The sport of archery requires precision, control, focus, physical ability and determination. Top athletes train daily, and for hours at a time, but even recreational archery can carry huge benefits to your health. Whether practised indoors or out, competitively or socially – and despite often being perceived as stationary – archery gets you active, burning calories and in a better state of mind and it requires fitness components, psychological components, Anthropometry, Anatomy and Biomechanical components

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Popular Inquiry. The Journal of Kitsch, Camp and Mass Culture

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This article investigates how different philosophical traditions and schools of thought have understood the practice and the discipline of archery. Whereas the scholarly literature on the history, the techniques and the uses of bows and arrows is diverse and extensive, my aim is to contribute to the less developed research on the relationship between philosophy and archery. Specifically, I will explore in what terms philosophers have employed the bow as a metaphor for both their standpoints and, more generally, significant aspects of everyday life.

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The Comparison of Balance Abilities of Recurve, Compound and Traditional Archery: A Preliminary Study 1

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Archery is described as a static sport requiring fine movement control, proper endurance and strength of the upper body and balance ability.The purpose of this study was to examine differences in balance abilities during Recurve, Compound and Traditional Turkish Archery. Fourteen archers (Group I: The Recurve Archery (RA): n=5, Group II: Compound Archery (CA): n=4, Group III: Traditional Archery (TA): n=5) participated voluntary in the study. An 9281EA BioKistler Force Plate system was used to obtain objective measurements in medio-lateral (Ay) and anterio-posterior (Ax) directions of the sway of COP during the trials.The RA group displayed a slower COP sway range when compared to the CA and TA groups. The findings of this research suggest that archer drawing weight may affect shooting performance, especially during the releasing phase due to a shift in body weight (COP).

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Interest in archery is growing nowadays in Malaysia. Archery is preferred because it can be considered a static sport (Hafiz & Daliya, 2010). It is easy to learn archery but very difficult to master the techniques in archery (Lee & Benner, 2009). We even made good progress during SEA games in 1997, others already more advanced than us, especially in developing a good technique in archery. One of the best techniques already introduced by Kisik Lee for recurve archery (Villasor, no date). The objective of this research was to compare the similarities and differences between Kisik Lee’s technique and the elite’s technique. An elite archer from Kelantan state archer volunteered to be a subject for this study. A passive marker was used to detect the movement in each technique. The performance of the elite’s technique and Kisik Lee’s technique was captured using a 3D Qualysis motion analysis system. The performance evaluated after a short period of time was allocated for training and prac...

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Archery's Lasting Mark: A Biomechanical Analysis of Archery

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