We are back in action! After a little break to take care of life, the Bare 5 blog and some ninja warrior training, it’s time to continue the bowed arts with another upper division/advanced undergraduate course. Once again this level … Continue reading
Continuing the development of the undergraduate courses with some extended training of the basic movement skills with a bow in your hand… Bow Hunting Training 202 BHT 202 is about expanding the movement skills, particularly in terms of agility, quickness … Continue reading
Moving into upper division or advanced undergraduate work for those looking to explore the deeper realm of bow hunting training. Like mastering any other endeavor, mastering the mind is a prerequisite for mastering the bowed arts. BHT 301 is designed for just that- the mental side of bow hunting training.
Bow Hunting Training 301
Visualization (with arrow, no bow)
Similar to Tai Chi, feel the flow of the bow and move fluidly, like water.
Push-up to Draw
Push-up to 180 Draw
Visualization 2 (no bow or arrow)
Bow Chi Light
Softer and slower, graceful and calm.
In the car, surveying land, sneaking around, at work, drinking coffee, walking in the park, walking to your car, getting out of your car, jumping over your car, in the car again and particularly walking to your car:
Always. Be. Bow. Hunting. Training.
The main goal: strengthen the mind bow connection- become one with the bow.
Building on the strength developed in 101, 201 seeks to train movement and agility.
Bow Hunting Training 201
The basics of moving with a bow in your hands.
BHT 201 – The Moves
Basic Run & Shuttle Run
Crawl (forward & backward)
Lying Pop Up to Draw
Sit-up to Draw
Sitting Rotation in Draw
Sit to Stand in Draw
Single Leg Squat in Draw
Crouch to Draw (behind tree)
Forward Roll, Pickup & Draw
Hurdle, Roll & Draw
Lunge Step in Draw
Slow Creep with Arrow
The main goal: get used to moving around with a bow in hand.
P.S. The Preview for BHT 201