Midlands Archery Center
Always aiming for excellence
At Midlands Archery Center, we teach functional movements with emphasis on technique, progression, and efficiency.
Since 2014, our archery classes have provided an inspiring welcoming for everybody! That makes every attendee feel like they are a part of one big and passionate community!
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Actually, archery is a very safe sport when taught correctly. Introductory archery instruction has been a part of countless programs including physical education in schools, summer camps, Scouts, 4-H Clubs, and community recreational programs. Compared to baseball, basketball, soccer, and even golf, injury rates for youth participation are much lower. Archery is considered safer than any ball sport except ping-pong!
Throughout its long history in recreational sports, archery ranks as one of the safest activities offered in any organized group setting. Especially impressive is the fact that archery maintains a consistently high safety record despite the fact that participants range from grade-school children to senior citizens, many of whom have never before picked up a bow and arrow.
Archery has not only experienced excellent safety records but also see tremendous benefits for students. From increased confidence and concentration to providing a compelling alternative to video games and TV, program participants rave about archery.
Though archery can be practiced by almost anyone, as a precaution we ask that all participants be at least 10 years of age or older. Participants younger than 10 may be registered for the JOAD program on a case-by-case basis.
No. Many people with glasses actively participate in archery every day.
Not at all, we use the same bows for left or right handed players and you get a chance to get used to the equipment with plenty of target practice at the start of every session.
Dress appropriately to the season. We recommend closed-end athletic shoes to protect your toes. If it rains, a light weatherproof jacket or alternatively a change of clothes and a towel. In the sunnier season suncream may be essential.