The importance of arrow physics
Instinctive Archery according to Henry Bodnik
To participate in any of our training courses it is necessary to have first completed our basic course.
For accurate and consistent shooting, the correct arrow is much more important than which bow your are shooting!
Unfortunately, archers are often given the wrong recommendations for what arrows to shoot. There are many archers who utilise the wrong way of thinking about which arrows are best to shoot, and - in the end, you very well may find that they have given you the wrong advice.
As a result of being misinformed, many archers often find themselves trying different arrows, searching for some that will fly well for them. Sometimes this goes on for many months or even years, but without the right arrows they are never able to realise their full potential. This process of searching for the right arrows also costs a lot of money!
- Arrow physics, theory, and the energy recipe
- Shooting together
- Measuring the body's specific characteristics
- Bare shaft testing
- Seminar Duration: 1 Day
- Price: 100 Euros
It is not without good reason that the arrow is mentioned first as the concept of "Arrow and Bow"
I have been involved in instinctive archery and archery in general for almost 50 years. Throughout those years, I researched, tested and tried for myself the many elements of bow and arrow physics. The subject is both fascinating and complex. During these years of hands on experience and personal testing, I collected a lot of what is sometimes seen as contradictory information and knowledge. However, after gaining an extensive amount of information and results, I was able to plug the data into my own ‚network‘ and eventually was able to develop my own, working and proven methodology, my own system!
In my course on arrow physics, I present my 4-step energy system to my seminar participants in order to determine the right arrow for their every purpose.
Then we measure each individual archer and record their own body's characteristics, which is important for arrow selection. After that, we identify the perfect arrow spine for each individual participant by going through the bare shaft testing process.