If every time you repeat an action you get a different result then the action was not consistent
Even if you are shooting GMB scores you still need to practice to maintain/improve your performance. (elite archers practice more often than they compete)
Shooting for score is not practice.*
If you always compete** you will never have time to practice.
Does your club calendar allow time for you to practice without the distraction of chasing your handicap, your classification, your position on the Club Championship ladder, the tournament circuit or any of the other events that crowd your shooting diary?
If you do manage to set aside time to practice does your club coach make him/herself available to work with you to eradicate the bad habits that you have developed? is she/he always ready to respond to your feedback as you practice?
Come to Archery Insight.
We don't have a Club Championship ladder or any of the other distraction that impinge on your chance to practice. What we do have is a coach who is as interested in your development as you are and who will work with you to set realistic goals and help you achieve them.
With stop frame video and a chronograph to measure the consistency of your arrow speed and other devices and techniques we can analyse your execution. We will then discuss with you what needs attention and allow time for you to implement the agreed changes. Your feedback can then be used to make further progress..
* Practice - repeated exercise in or performance of an activity or skill so as to acquire or maintain proficiency.
** Compete - strive to gain or win something by defeating or establishing superiority over others