Archery Struggle Bus

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In this episode of the Antler Up Podcast, host Jeremy Dinsmore is joined by good friend Jim D’Agostino and Tanner Adams. This recording was fresh off the second leg of the RBD Archery Shoot, we explore the crucial takeaways from their experience and the invaluable lessons learned along the way.

Tanner and Jim share insights on how competitive archery is 90% mental, emphasizing the importance of emotional control and staying calm under pressure. They discuss the significance of knowing your equipment and making precise yardage adjustments, especially when shooting on steep terrain. Proper shot execution and understanding cuts for yardage adjustments are highlighted as essential skills for any serious archer.

We also delve into how competitive archery can enhance hunting skills by teaching archers to maintain composure, manage emotions, and make quick adjustments in the field. The challenges and nuances of shooting with a lens are explored, underscoring the need for focus and consistent practice.

Our guests emphasize the importance of dedication and consistency in achieving success in competitive archery. They share their strategies for balancing archery with hunting, including the importance of careful planning and prioritization. The issue of target panic is addressed, offering listeners practical tips on how to overcome this common hurdle through practice and mental preparation.

Lastly, Tanner and Jim reflect on the importance of having fun and learning from each other within the archery community. Tune in to Episode 229 for an engaging and informative discussion that will inspire and educate archers of all levels.

So, grab your gear, sit back, and join us on this episode as we Antler Up with Jim and Tanner on today's episode of the Antler Up Podcast.

 Stay tuned, stay safe, and Antler Up!

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