Archery Training – Increase your accuracy with the Take ‘Em Out Drill

Increasing you accuracy in archery is no easy task.  We all have those milestones where something just clicked and our accuracy and consistency was improved upon as a result.  Don’t wait for the next milestone to delegate when you become a better archer.  This Drill is all about developing accuracy in your shot.  We all know that practice makes perfect.  The Take ‘Em Out Drill is an effective way to get that practice.


Watch the video below

These Drills & Exercises should be practiced in a safe environment in accordance with your state and federal laws and regulations.

If you are under the age of 18, adult supervision is recommended. If you have any medical conditions please consult your doctor before attempting any of these drills or exercises.

What drills and exercises do you do to increase your accuracy and consistency.  We want to know?  Reply in the comments below.


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3 Responses to Archery Training – Increase your accuracy with the Take ‘Em Out Drill

  1. I love this as a drill for accuracy – I can see this fitting in with my warm up / warm down . I usually write all the stuff that’s bothering me and put them on large post-it notes then shoot them from 20 meters… scoring myself on this hadn’t occurred to me until this post so thank you for sharing!

    • I was working on this drill this morning. It didn’t go so well at first, but it’s a great way to figure out form issues. I was taking ’em out pretty well in no time at all.

  2. I have my children pull back in front of a mirror every day and count to 7 and let it back down slowly. they are concentrating on form, breathing, muscle control and holding the bow straight up and down.

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