He's back! October 4th, 5th & 6th, 2019

(The 4th will be an evening shoot starting at 7:00pm)

Location: BlackSheep Bowmen Archery Club (JBER)

 Joint Base Elmendorf / Richardson, Anchorage, Alaska
 (Access to JBER can be granted if needed during the workshop)

The award-winning Coach George Ryals is making his way back to Alaska for another seminar. Last year many Alaskan archers stepped their game up after attending George's seminars on a weekend that was both educational and fun.

George has won the USA Coach of the Year award, top Pro shooter as well as a bow and product designer.
His Archery Learning Center Hornet's team has been a hugely successful program including a clean sweep of the Junior Boys division earning Bronze, Silver, and Gold in Nimes, France this year.  Fun fact, even 4th place was a Hornet.

This advanced level, two-day class is designed for experienced compound archers who want to push their skills to the next level. GRIV will answer all questions and pull back the curtain on many of his top-level, pro secrets that his students have been using for years to reach their goals. National champions, Vegas winners and numerous Vegas shoot-off contestants found their way to the top with GRIV's help and guidance. Don't miss this chance to attend the same class many top pros and top-level coaches have used to achieve their goals and to train their archers using GRIV's techniques!
Course Content:
1. Relationship between Form, Stability, and Shot Execution
2. Foundations of stable and repeatable compound form
3. Troubleshooting common problems
4. How to gain stability by finding the perfect draw length
5. Tension and its role in stability and execution
6. The release: How to choose and why
7. Release construction and design: What it means to you
8. Steps to learning a release that solidifies the connection between your form and execution
9. The importance of close-range shooting
10. Details on setting up stabilizers
11. Creating a good arrow recipe for indoors and outdoors
12. Equipment tuning secrets
13. Different practice modes to dial in success
14. Developing a solid mental game
15. Winning the mental game
16. Finding the zone

Plus much, much, more.
* Please bring your own compound equipment and notebook & pen/pencil
Lunch will be provided. Any special requirements please let us know.

10:00am start time both days and expect to go to at least 5:00pm.  Friday, October 4th evening shoot will start around 7:00pm.
(20 spots are available)

Cost: $325

What better way to use some of your PFD than to take your Archery to the next level?  
For your convenience, we will accept payment in full until midnight on October 4th, PFD direct deposit day.
Please contact ASAA President Evan Cotten via email at akstatearcheryweb@gmail.com for payment options.