So you want to try archery. What’s stopping you? Archery is a sport that requires a lot of skill, we will practice using the bow to shoot arrows. One of the most common mistakes people make is thinking they are too old to learn archery.
In fact, it is very easy to get started and does not require too much expense, age, practice time, etc. These things make archery a great choice for young people who are looking to exercise but do not have too much money and time.
The cost to start with archery includes: the cost of equipment (bows, arrows, target targets, …) and the cost of archery classes. Generally, beginners should pick up a recurve crossbow, it usually starts at around $150 for a pretty good quality crossbow.
After the initial costs, you can spend anywhere from $10 to $80 a month depending on how often you practice. But you can also choose to practice archery at home, as long as you have a large yard.
So, in general, it will usually cost you about $150-$400 to start practicing archery. An acceptable number compared to skiing, swimming or other sports
It depends on what your goals are, what you want from the sport. If you don’t aim to take part in a competition, shoot for fun and enjoy the sport.
This sport does not require you to practice every day for many hours. Of course, practice as much and as regularly as possible. But if you’re too busy preparing for an interview, or you need to go on a long business trip, it’s perfectly fine to take a break. There’s no need to put too much pressure on it.
Archery puts stress on the muscles of both arms as well as the chest, shoulders, and back. You need to hold this for a few seconds before you release the string to fire an arrow. This helps to improve the strength of the muscles in the arms, back, shoulders,….
Archery also offers many mental health benefits. Because it requires a lot of concentration, which is great to help you relieve stress. The focus you learn from archery can even help you overcome procrastination and distraction at work.
So after all, are you interested in archery? Don’t wait to get started – let’s do it now.