When choosing your archery supplies, especially if you’re just beginning to learn or getting back in the game after a period of absence, pay special attention to bow draw weight. The perfect shot depends on many factors, out of which the most important is your ability to use your bow properly. Physical strength, level of fitness and experience combined with the appropriate supplies are key to your success.

Archery is a sport of the body and mind, which will give you a sense of fulfillment and help improve your overall focus. Much alike any other sport, archery is something you achieve success in systematically. By shooting well you develop precision; precision will get you tight arrow groups, which, in turn, will give you high scores. Thus, unless you are able to actually shoot the arrow properly you will miss the target close to 100% of the time.

So, if it all boils down to being able to shoot well, and that depends on your ability to use the bow, it makes sense that you must feel comfortable with it if you want to be good at archery. This means that you shouldn’t just buy whatever bow is available at your local supplies store, but get one that fits your needs. Try it out and don’t hesitate to request support from an experienced archer or salesman. Any good one will tell you that draw weight is crucial and you should avoid over-bowing. Be specific when describing your personal archery goals such as why you’re doing it and what you mean to accomplish, and surely they will be able to help you better.

In order to choose the best Archery Supplies, it’s also very important that you know yourself in terms of physical strength, especially upper-body strength. Should you use a bow that has more draw weight than you can handle, you will be unable draw the bow back unless you position it differently- upwards; the arrow will be aiming at the sky and not the target. Not only will you be missing your goal, but also you will be endangering yourself and everyone else within range.

In addition to all that, don’t forget that practice makes perfect, if your muscles become exhausted after a few shots, it will be impossible for you to really practice. Just like lifting weights at the gym, sometimes it’s better to start with the lighter ones and do more repetitions – this will help you develop muscle memory and give your movement precision, which is crucial to reaching your archery goals.

After all, be it recreational or competitive archery you are into, the whole point of doing it is to enjoy it. Over-bowing will disable you to properly execute the required movements and this will slow the learning and development process. And that will take the fun out of it; maybe it will even get you to quit it completely.

Keep in mind that different weighted bows do not exist for any reason. They are meant for different skill levels. Before you purchase your archery supplies, you should do your research thoroughly and maybe consult with someone more experienced. That way you will have successfully completed the first step in achieving great results in this sport.