Objectives for the Blog

Objectives for the Blog

So this is officially my first ever blog post. I have been wanting to create a blog for Sentient Archery for quite some time and I am very happy to have finally set up the new website and blog platform.

I thought a good place to start would be to explain the objectives for the blog:

Over the years I have identified a few limitations to the conventional class and private session format.

  1. Inevitable repetition: We explain the same concepts countless times, discuss very similar things and of course our clients ask the same questions daily. This can very quickly lead to shortened answers and explanations.

  2. Limited distribution of knowledge: Unless someone is literally within earshot during a coaching session, anything discussed is completely lost to the community.

  3. Lack of effective supplementation: There is so much information and knowledge relating to the sport that simply cannot be transferred during a session on the field.

Being able to answer questions, explain different concepts, share relevant information (and much more) as blog posts, will be invaluable. We can go into much more detail and then of-course each blogpost will be saved in a localized place and accessible to anyone at any time. I am really hoping that this will improve on the above three limitations and in turn improve the overall effectiveness of the training system and the business.

We have a huge amount of knowledge to share and there are unlimited resources out there that we can connect you with. We will be using the blog for everything from tutorials, frequently asked questions, competition results, upcoming events, tutorials, news, useful resources and anything else that might be beneficial to our community. 

We will endeavor to publish valuable posts regularly. If you have any ideas for future blogposts, please let us know in the comments.

Any other feedback is always greatly appreciated.

Strong shots! (Archery related... not drinking! or at least not at the same time.)

Dean McHendry

 

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