ITAA Official Archery Parents Blog!
This blog has been adopted by the Illinois Target Archery Association (ITAA) to serve as a help to parents of youths participating in archery. To find a subject, just click on the term in the word cloud (below) and if you don’t find the answer to your question, send an email to email@example.com and he will provide a response in short order.
The host is Steve Ruis, former Secretary of the ITAA.
Send your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tag Archives: working with a coach
This is not an easy question. There is a spectrum that stretches from “too little” all the way to “too much,” with the problem being it is very hard to describe what these phrases mean. If your child attends an … Continue reading
One of my colleagues dropped a student he was working with because in between coaching sessions, his student would either solicit or accept coaching direction from other archers and when they got back together he had done none of what … Continue reading