Monday, September 7, 2009

Im Back

Man it has sure been a while since ive posted on here. Ive been keeping busy and shooting well. Here is a quick run-down of what I have done since my last post:

-Shot California state Championships I took 2nd to Brady by 2 points or so 1295ish FITA
-Shot Target Nationals ended up 3rd with a 1310 FITA with a PB at 50 meters of 335
-Shot US Open ended up 4th, had my highest match average ever of 109.3 
-Took a 3 week break after nationals, I visited my family in Florida and New York.
-I put on a seminar at my home town club in Buffalo, New York to 30 people from all over New York State including Long Island and NYC.
-Shot a new PB at 70M at the OTC a couple days ago 346, 115 117 114. 

Now I'm just getting back into the swing of things at the OTC trying to get my strength back from the 3 week break. Im also getting bows set up for the next up and coming indoor season as well as playing with my outdoor setup as this next year should be a 70M only year. 

Thanks for reading


Tuesday, June 2, 2009

3/4ths of a Point

So after shooting in Hotlanta for the week before trials and shooting several more PB's during that time and averaging a 1325 FITA, I was mentally prepared for the shoot down for the team. Here was the rundown of what happened the week;

Monday I tuned my bow real quick at 30M, just adjusting my tiller a little bit to get the bare-shaft hitting where it should be. I also shot about 18 arrows at each distance getting sight-marks for the rest of the week.

Tuesday Brady and myself paired up and shot a FITA. I shot a very strong FITA starting off with a PB at 90M, 315 then 332 at 70M 333 at 50M (PB) and a 350 at 30M for a 1330 FITA which in itself was a PB.

Wednesday me and Brady again shot a FITA. Starting with a 296 at 90M 339 at 70M 334 at 50M (PB) and 351 at 30M for a 1320 FITA.

Thursday I shot about 100 arrows at 70M and about 70 at 50M just working on making good shots.

Friday was official practice, I got my sight-marks at every distance on the competition field, which was slightly higher then the practice field.

Saturday was the FITA part of the trials, I opened up with a 319 at 90M (PB) and backed it up with a slightly lower 70M then normal shooting 3 good ends and 3 bad ends I ended up with a 325 for the distance. Next was 50M, I knew I could shoot strong there with my great scores there recently, I popped out a 333 a new PB for in competition. 30M was a struggle for me I think I was trying too hard to shoot well and squeaked out a 343 for a new PB by 30 points! 1320 FITA. That put me in third, one point behind Butch Johnson. Although that rank is good, its not really that important as far as the trials process goes as there was no bonus points for score on the FITA and only .25 points difference in points for the trials.

Sunday was basically for the Team, Round Robins. The day started off slow for me, my scores just weren't there and I was starting to get frustrated with the result of my arrows. I did needed to keep fighting to shoot good shots and ignore where they landed. After 3 matches that were sub-par for my standards. But the last 4 matches I finished rather strong, finishing with a solid 114 match. After the first 4 matches I slipped from 3rd to 5th over 3.5 points from the third spot. After the last 3 matches I knew I still had a chance if I finished strong. I did exactly what I wanted to do, but not quite to the degree that I needed. I ended up .75 points from the team. I only needed to shoot less then a handful of arrows just slightly different to take that third spot and going to worlds. 

I did shoot well and did accomplish a couple goals this week shooting my first 1300 in competition and bettering my Rolling Rank again. Despite not making the team, I am happy with my performance but not yet satisfied with my shooting. Its one of those things that I don't think I will ever be happy as once I am then there will be no progression in my performances.

Thanks for reading.

Monday, May 25, 2009

1 into 3

Well its week one into a 3 week stay away from the OTC in Chula Vista. Stops include New Jersey for the Gold Cup, Atlanta, GA for World Team Trials and a visit to home in Florida. 

Since the last blog post this is what has happened;
-Visited Croatia for the second leg of the World Cup
-Shot several personal bests
-Finished 4th at Texas Shootout
-Finished 5th at Gold Cup

Croatia is a beautiful country near Italy bordering the Mediterranean sea, it served as a beautiful background for the second leg of the Archery World Cup. We shot in the city of Porec' the country reminded me of home, being so luscious and green with bright blue skies. The weather was perfect, no rain a little chilly in the morning but warmed up nicely during the day. I had a great experience and enjoyed my time shooting with the best of the best. One exciting thing that I found out was my world ranking. My ranking was 69th going into the OR's and jumped to 66th after Saturday. This tournament I walked away with an idea of what I have to do to push myself to be the best I can be.  

Next on the list is Texas Shootout that is held in College Station, Texas on the A&M Lacrosse fields next to Mt. Aggie. The weather was usual texas weather with super strong winds topping 30+MPH gusts. On both days of the tournament there was a forecast for rain and 20MPH steady winds with higher gusts. Luckily there was no rain but it was at least 20MPH winds. I ended up ranking 4th shooting a 323 and a 320 (If I remember correctly) for a total of 623 I managed everything well both physically and mentally and kept fighting to shoot better and better. Sunday was the OR, I shot well made it into the final rounds and then luck just wasn't on my side after that. I got beat in the super windy Semi-Finals. My opponent had a few very lucky shots with only 5 seconds left to pull back and release and somehow shooting a 10. Next I shot against 5 time Olympian Butch Johnson in the Bronze Medal finals. During the first end I had another unlucky bout with the wind this time pushing me and my arrow out into the black. I ended up losing by 2 points and taking 4th. I had a great time at this shoot and look forward to next year. 

Gold cup came and went this past weekend. We avoided rain thankfully and had a great shoot as far as weather goes. I ended up ranking 5th, shooting a personal best at 50M, a 332. My Fita ranking was 1285, the first score under 1300. I messed up at 90 and 70 shooting about 30 points or so below my current average. Sunday was the OR's I had a bye the first round and shot 3 matched up into the 1/8th finals where I met Butch Johnson yet again, and losing by 2 points in the final match of the day for me. I had one bad shot that I have almost completely worked out of my shooting routine. So I cant complain with a 5th finish there but I did have a chance of making it into the finals and will get there soon.

Last is the personal bests I have shot in the past month or so. They are;
Fita Personal best in training 1320 
70M personal best in training 342
Double 70M personal best training 668
Double 70M competition 643 (Texas)
30M personal best training 353
50M personal best 332 (NJ)

So things are yet again looking promising I just have to keep at it. This whole next week we are on the field for the World Team Trials preparing for the competition. Wish me luck,


Monday, April 20, 2009

Long time no Blog

Well its been a long time since I've blogged, so here is what has been happening in my life recently. 

I went to AZ cup in Phoenix a week or so ago. I ended up ranking 7th, finishing OR's 6th and winning both the international and open team rounds. During the FITA I shot a new personal best in competition at 90M with a score of 308, the third highest score on the field. 70M was A 311, 50M 315 and 30M 340. It was not as windy as I figured it would be as the last two years were really windy so that was good. 

The OR's were the next day and I had my best Rolling Rank tournaments since moving out to the training center. I shot a 107, 109, 107 I got nocked out in the 1/4 rounds by the #2 ranked seed, Nesting from Norway. 

On Friday, Brady Ellison, Tyler Domenech and myself shot in the Open Team Round beating all the other teams including another team from the Resident Athlete program taking the cash prize of $120. The three of us also shot in the National Team Round on Easter Sunday against Norway and Great Britain. We were again successful and took the Gold. 

From Drop Box

From Drop Box

From Drop Box
Me in AZ cup
The next interesting thing that has happened since my last update is that TaxMasters invited myself and a few of my teammates up to Long Beach to see their sponsored GT Race car run in the Speed World Challenge. Their team name was Brass Monkey Racing. The driver ended up piloting the porsche to 7th place during the 50 minute race. 

The track was on the streets of long beach over 2.5 miles long. The cars were turning 1:26 lap times averaging over 70 MPH. In the long front stretch the cars were moving at over 150 MPH. 

From Drop Box
Brass Monkey Racing's Porsche 
Overall everything has been going really well, scores are increasing and I'm having more fun. 

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Video from mexican grand prix

I pulled this from youtube, I uploaded my own but it seemed to have disappeared.

I will re-upload my own soon.

Friday, April 3, 2009

Easton Cup and other things

Well last weekend was the Easton Cup. It went pretty well I tried out some different vanes again, Ambo Spiraflex. They are not as forgiving as Spin-Wings but do group well when you shoot great shots. Here is how the weekend went;

Friday was Practice, Saturday was a one-day FITA I shot;
290 at 90M
323 at 70M
311 at 50M
340 at 30M 
1264 Total for FITA

I ended up ranking 4th, one point from third. Then sunday was Round Robins in the morning and a OR round in the afternoon. A combination of the Round Robins and the Fita gave you your final ranking. After the RR's I moved into Third for the OR's. 

The OR's went well I made it to the Semi-Finals and tied with a 108 and shot a 9 to win against the competitor's 4 for the 1 arrow shoot of. This pitted me against my roommate Brady Ellison for the Gold Medal Finals. I executed good shots with slight flaws in the wind but the Ambo Spiraflex were just not up to snuff and prevented me from shooting a good enough score to win, so I ended up with a Silver Medal for the Weekend. 

Since then I have been shooting really well with Spin-Wings again just plugging away. Since switching back I have been averaging into the 330's at 70M so not too shabby.

Today's Training was Or's in the morning and Round Robins in the afternoon. I took 2nd in the Or's and won the Round robins. I averaged a 108.5 for the day shooting 112, 106, 103, 112, 106, 112 for my matches. Which is a little less consistent then I want to be but I was battling with 20+ MPH gusting winds. 

Tuesday we Leave for Arizona Cup which is the first major outdoor tournament in the USA for the outdoor season. 

Well thanks for reading.


Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Quick update

Well nothing too exciting has happened lately just the usual training.

Yesterday I shot a 1305 and today I shot Aim-Off gold game and finished in with 57%, my highest thus far. Training is going well although blank bale is getting REALLY boring....

I have found out that I will be going to the Easton Cup in LA this weekend. I will be shooting a FITA on saturday and an OR round on sunday. It should be a good starter to figure out what I need to work on for Arizona Cup. 

Also I will be going to Porec/Croatia in early May for the Second leg of the World Cup. I should be shooting in the team rounds. I think this will be a great event for me. My second major world event, my first being the AIS Invitational.

Well thanks for reading.


Wednesday, March 18, 2009

New Video

Here is a new video for your viewing pleasure. I will be putting a video up of myself shooting at the Mexican Grand Prix soon also.


This is the first time I am doing this, but I wanted to put it out there. 

I am in need of a pair of sunglasses, maybe prescription sunglasses too. I have worn contacts for a few years now and still do not have a pair of glasses. I have come across a set of sunglasses that are RX able and can have clear lenses made for them to wear as regular glasses. 

Some days I just want to give my eyes a rest from contacts when my eyes are irritated or to wear them at night after I take them out. 

I was wondering if anyone out there would be an optometrist or know of a friend who is that could help me out on some lenses If you could please contact me at It would be a great help on me as far as expenses go. I would love to put a link to their website from here and my website as a supporter/sponsor. 

Thanks for reading



This last week, The Resident Athlete Team traveled down to Tijuana for the Mexican Grand Prix. We left on Wednesday morning the day of practice. The week went like this;

Wednesday travel to Mexico and Practice Day
Thursday 90M and 70M Ranking
Friday 50M and 30M Ranking 
Saturday Individual Elimination Rounds
Sunday Team Rounds

The field was nice to shoot on with great easy pulling targets. The Hardest thing about shooting on the field was the lack of lines painted on the ground dividing the targets. It was very easy to shoot other targets next to you. During practice I did this a few times, but not during the competition. We stayed on site at the Olympic Training Center down there. Their rooms were similar to ours here in the USA. They didn't have heaters or hot water there, so it made staying warm difficult at night. The food I felt just didn't suffice and provide enough nutrients. So its a very good thing we brought essential snack foods and some PB&J with us. 

Thursday started off the Ranking rounds, there was heavy wind during the whole tournament. During 90M I was aiming off the target butt which is over three feet in diameter for most of the 36 arrows shot there. I ended up shooting a 294 out of a possible 360 which put me in fourth place for that distance. We moved to 70M and began shooting there, the wind still howling. I shot pretty well for the wind conditions. I ended up with a 314 for the distance and ranked in 4th for the end of day one. Friday started off well with still windy conditions, shooting a 324 for the 36 arrow round. Which was the third highest round on the field, giving me a Bronze medal for that distance. 30M was un-bearable windy conditions rounding off with a score of 339, good enough to move me into Third with a final ranking FITA score of 1274. I received a Bronze for the FITA score as well.

Saturday was the Individual Head to Head match play competition. With the wind still blowing strong, I found myself shooting pretty decent for the conditions. I cruised through the 1/8th and 1/4th elimination rounds and then found myself pitted against Juan Serrano of Mexico in the Semi-Finals. The winner of this match would go on to the Gold Medal Match and the loser the Bronze Match. Serrano was the TQ at the Olympic Games this past year and finished up the Olympics in 4th place. I did not falter against him despite his proven success, defeating him in the Semi-Finals and moved on to the Finals. The match was shot by itself at the end of the day being the Finale of Gold Medal rounds. All the shooters of the day were watching the match, most were cheering for Mexico, I did hear a few cheers from the Latin 
crowd for the USA. 

Juan Serrano
I went into the match with a game plan of being very aggressive due to the windy conditions, not allowing myself to be beaten up by the wind. The only down-fall to this strategy was to be too aggressive shooting too far into the wind resulting in left shots. Being the higher ranked archer, I decided to shoot first. After the first end of 3 arrows I was up one point with. He shot first the next end, after six arrows I had fallen behind five points back. I continued with my aggressive shooting style going into the third end, myself shooting first I came back to 3 points down. With one end to go, I was determined to win. I opened with a 10 and a 9 the first two arrows, the other archer shooting an 8 and 7, this put me close I knew. I made a great shot the last arrow, but felt the fault of my aggressive shooting style, hitting further left, almost where I was aiming off for the wind. Mexico shoots a 10 and wins. I was very satisfied with my shooting the whole day. I stuck with my strategy and came out nearly on top. I will just have to go with a modified aggressive shooting style to monitor when I am being just a tad bit too aggressive. 

Gold Medal Match
The team rounds went well, I shot pretty well in the yet again windy conditions. My team ended up 4th, just a spot out of the medals. All-in-all this was a good tournament for me. I fell like I only shot 2 bad shots the entire tournament. 

I am very glad to be back in the USA in my own warm bed eating good food. I had a good event and cant wait for the next tournament. 

Team USA

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Back on track

Well today I shot 20yds at someones house today, my first time shooting by myself in probably over 4 months. 

I'll tell ya, shooting with other people is no doubt better for you then shooting by yourself especially for extended periods of time. But there is just some days and times that you need to be by yourself and work on just shooting, nothing else. I have been struggling with shooting indoor distances just for an unknown reason until today. I worked on my bow hand changing it to almost being as completely relaxed as possible. I think my hand was just way too tense on the bow trying to force it to be in the right position instead of just allowing it to happen. 

Its almost like its awkward keeping my hand more relaxed. Its no doubt a way better position and state of intensity, but its just so different then what I have been doing for some reason that Its just odd. Im really glad I got the time to shoot by myself and get to feel what has been going on in my body without distractions. 

Anyhow I shot a 293 today and just finally enjoyed myself shooting for the first time indoors since before Christmas.

Well take it easy,


Wednesday, February 25, 2009

New and Improved

I finally figured out how to upload my website to my server online. Check it out at and post a comment on here and let me know what you think. 

Today I got up at 4:15 to go to Balboa Park in San Diego for Fox 5 News here that was doing a bit on the San Diego Archery Group at I was invited to attend so I decided to head up there. We started around 5:40 with the first showing and did clips on and off till about 8:00. We basically just shot for the cameras and had a good time. Here is one of the clips they put up on the internet today.

I have a few new videos to upload to youtube, but I am going to do the progression through the technique again so everyone can see how dramatic the past few months have changed as far as the beauty and control of each and every shot. I will also do each step of the technique and see how that goes. 

So shooting wise I have been working on using my back to come from the set position to the set-up position. For those of you who don't know what Set and Set-Up is, Set is when you have the bow down at your sides and the set-up is when the bow is raised up just before the drawing occurs. I have been having issues on and off with problems in my shoulder right near or in the joint. I have or have-had, deltoid bursitis, deltoid tendonitis, biceps tendonitis, teres tendonitis and inferspinatus tendonitis. The pain has been more on then off lately. I haven't been making progress in sportsmed in the pain department so I figured I would look at my form. Basically i was using my right arm to lift the bow instead of my left arm in the bow grip, and then using my right shoulder to initially pull the bow back, as opposed to my hand and then shoulder. So it is going pretty well for only two days with this form. I have a video a day old that I will get up in my newest youtube video so you will see.

Thanks for the read, let me know your opinion on the website and any criticism is welcome.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

More new personal bests

Well it seems that just about every week I am setting more new personal bests. I would estimate that every personal best I have set in the past has been broken in the last month with the exception of a few. 
This week I shot another FITA on tuesday morning with variable wind during the long distances and about 7MPH wind at 50M but at 30 there was 20MPH gusts and rain that was putting a challenge up for me. Had it not been windy at 30M I would have broken a 1320. 

This weeks score was:
313 at 90M (personal best)
327 at 70M
331 at 50M (personal best)
346 at 30M
1317 fita (personal best)

Yesterday I shot some indoor rounds. I have been struggling with my shoulder on and off for the past 2 years with tendonitis and other over use injures. Somedays it doesn't hurt at all and others it just aches to the point of me giving up on shooting that day. Yesterday was one of those days. I started off shooting well with a 294 and 10X's but after that it just spiraled down hill. But I know that todays' rest will prove to be a great help with this next weeks shooting. 

I have been working on my Macbook on the iWeb program to produce my website and make it semi-professional looking. It is coming along quite well and hopefully should be up by the end of the week. 

For those of you who have been asking about tips on how to shoot. I will try to make a video of some recent shots with steps on how to shoot. I have some further plans of helping people with their technique  and critiquing them showing where they can improve. I have not yet had time to do so but I hope to in the near future.

Thanks for reading,

Monday, February 16, 2009

Rainy day

Today it is supposed to storm the worst all year in southern california, lots of wind and rain.... 

So i figured I would take the time to update my latest happenings.

I shot The World Archery festival in Vegas and finished up 9th. I shot a 288, 291 and a 290. I feel like I performed well, managing myself mentally physically and emotionally. I expected nothing entering this tournament and was just hoping for the best outcome. People have told me that vegas is unlike any other tournament in the world as there is some substantial money on the line. I personally didn't notice a difference in the feeling of the environment and just shot like I usually did. You may say that is because I was no where near the real money, but I really do not think that would make a difference at all. 

Returning from vegas the following week I shot a FITA along with the other RA's and shot my personal best shooting the longest distances in the heaviest wind of the day. I ended up shooting
1306 FITA
301 at 90M
329 at 70M
328 at 50M
348 at 30M
I was decently satisfied with my shooting that day, there was a lot I could have improved upon as far as control went. I am really pushing myself hard towards the top. 

Right now I'm getting ready for indoor nationals and at the same time getting ready to shoot the Mexican Gran Prix in Tijuana right afterwards. 

I swear I will get some new video up soon for technique. 

Here is some highspeed video we shot yesterday. Its pretty incredible on how much the arrows spin with huge spinwings.

Saturday, January 31, 2009

Indoors all day

I shot indoors all day today and did pretty well. I ended up re-tuning the bow again. I just cannot seem to get good arrow flight for my bareshafts. I don't know what the issue is... I just can't seem to get the bareshaft to stick in straight like my fletched shafts do. I've played with center shot, plunger tension and bow weight. Oh well....

So anyways after I gave up with that I just started shooting. Everything went well, I ended up shooting a 294 with 16x's while shooting an 8. So it's a pretty good score to work with. Everything will fall in place. 

I was asked what I do to mentally prepare for a tournament. Well basically I just start at the foundation of knowing that I have my equipment properly set-up. If I don't have faith in my equipment then I will struggle in believing that I am going into a tournament without an advantage but rather a disadvantage. Other then that, just knowing I am in good shape and I am confident in my abilities is all that is really left for preparation. All of my technical, physical and mental training just work for me at tournaments. 

I got a slideshow running on the sidebar that I can upload some pictures from my phone during the shooting incase i want to share some shots with you.

Here is an end i shot today, XXX

Friday, January 30, 2009

More New Arrows

Today I tuned my outdoor set-up with my new set of 450 X10's. I ended up cutting 3/8ths of an inch off the arrow to get a proper tune at 46 lbs. 

Then in the afternoon I shot 50 arrows at blank bale and then shot Olympic Round match-play which is head to head elimination rounds down to the Gold and Bronze medal matches. They started with no wind then then slowly built up to a steady to gusting wind that was strong enough to aim off into the left edge of the red. 

I started off with a 12 arrow ranking round of a 109 which put me in second behind Brady. My first match was against Peter, 108 to 103 I shot 4 8's throughout the round which was a lot more then preferred. Next was against Heather, she shot a 103 and I ended up with a 111. Only one 8 that time, the 8's really are proving to be a downfall of mine as far as limiting my scores go. 

Finally was the gold medal match with Brady it was getting much more windy then the two previous matches. At any rate brady ended up beating me during our match. I have a little bit of fine tuning left on my bow to get my arrows flying right in the wind. I also want to get some high-speed video of the arrow passing the rest to see if I am getting proper clearance.

Thanks for reading, Right now I am going to search for a mobile picture uploader for this so I can upload pics from my cell phone to get a fresh look on here.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Good day

Well, I havent updated in a couple days. Here is what happened since the last time;

On Tuesday I shot a Fita, 1285.
293 at 90, 321 at 70, 321 at 50, 350 at 30. 

Wednesday I went up 3.5 Lbs in weight to help reach 90M and switched to shooting 450 X10's I shot aim off gold game and finished in 53% which is pretty good for the windy conditions. 

Today I shot gold game and finished with 88% and a score of 336. Im pretty satisfied with how I shot then with more bow weight then normal. I then threw a new string on my Indoor bow and got my nocking points set again. The tune is acceptable to shoot and start getting used to the bow for vegas next week.

Tomorrow morning we do Ty Kwon Do again, even though I really don't want to.

I will also be looking for some HTML coding to put into the sidebar of the blog to mobile upload pictures and video into a gallery from my cell phone. 

Monday, January 26, 2009


Well today we started shooting blank bale today and then moved onto 20 yards to finally set-up and tie on permanent nocking points. I went through 5 sets of nocking points before finding the right spot!!!! So aggravating........ Then I went to lunch to eat the wonderful (insert sarcasm) lunch. 

With only an hour lunch break I just can't seem to find time to get anything productive done during that time. Then back down to the range to suffer in the Gail force winds while shooting in Team Gold Game. We shoot 3 archers a team and get to 55 points, 4 arrows an end, 2 arrows must be shot by each archer in 30 seconds each. My team finished but it wasn't pretty. The wind was horrible! I was aiming over in the blue on the left side of the target. My guess would be 20 mph+ winds were pretty steady and more gusts from time to time. 

Then onto sports-med for some accupunture on my shoulder. We did it into my biceps tendon and my inferspinatus and teres muscles. My shoulder feels pretty good right now considering how it has been feeling. Then I did about 45 mins of therapy for my posture which is REALLY tough.....

Anyways Im gonna go fold my clothes that have been in my hamper clean for a few days now.

Take it easy.

Saturday, January 24, 2009


Well, today it started out raining so we did not do our Ty Kwon Do. I got down to the field at 9am and shot 3 rounds of indoors until lunch. I shot a 291, 288 and 291 so not too bad with X10's.

In the afternoon I shot blank bale and some 70M before having to leave a little early to go buy some arrows. Easton still hasn't gotten arrows to me for the World Archery Festival. I bought some 2114's from the local archery range, performance archery. I threw some 4" duravanes on them and will set them up tomorrow and see how it goes. 

I went into sportsmed to get my shoulder worked on yet again.  I had active release done on my inferspinatus (i have no idea how to spell that) and had ice-cup done on it afterwards.

Well im off to bed to start another day.

Thursday, January 22, 2009


Well, today started off like usual getting up at 730 to shoot at 8. I started with blank bale, then went to 30M to make some quick adjustments in my tune. Then on to 70M for gold game. I finished in 48 shots for 35 golds and averaged a 325 for the day. I then moved on to 20 yards to just fling some arrows at the indoor distance to see how the new bow did. X10's are just not the proper arrow for indoor shooting in my opinion but they work in a pinch. I ended up shooting a 292 after a couple ends of practice. 

Well yet another day goes by that I do not have the proper arrows for indoors from easton. I dont know why I am having such a hard time getting arrows sent to me. Im debating whether or not to go buy some arrows on my own from the nearest shop which is over 40 mins away....

Oh well hope they come in tomorrow. 


Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Workin on it

Hey guys, I'm currently re-working this blog as well as trying to decide what to do with my website. I've decided to try to post an update every day on how it went, how many arrows shot etc. 

The DVD is only available on under the merchandise tab. 

So today I shot about 250 arrows give or take. I shot blank bale and 70m. I averaged about a 328-333 at 70m today, im happy with that considering that i havent really finished setting up my new bow. I just got in the new Hoyt GMX riser and Hoyt 990tx limbs. I just threw a used string and some quick tuning into the bow. Its not perfect as I am having some issues with left arrows.  Probably because my arrows are weak and I have a super stiff plunger to compensate for the arrows. 

Right now im still waiting for my easton arrows to arrive for the world archery festival in Las Vegas. 

Im going to start up a twitter account and see how that goes. So keep checking up to see whats new and up and coming.

Thanks for reading..

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

I'll update soon

Sorry, ive been busy.. Ill get an update soon. The DVD is for everyone, its a great re-fresher even if your advanced. The book does have a couple changes. I personally do not know exactly what/how many things were changed.