"Judging with Jack" PT 3 of the podcast series with Greg Poole & Jack Wallace. Jack joins us from the road as they head to the 3D event in Metropolis. Part 3 discusses the necessity of determining your peep/scope/lens/aiming dot system that works best for your eyes, tips on determining yardage when a target is in light or dark situations and how to decide which to trust. Jack also goes into detail on 3D aiming strategies and the importance of knowing the drop/rise of your arrow at certain distances.
Part 2 of the "Judging with Jack" series on the fundamentals of learning to judge yardage with long time professional archer Jack Wallace and Greg Poole. In PT 2 Greg and jack review the base yardage and bucket yardage exercise from PT1 then built on that with explaining why you see archers sway from side to side at times while judging certain targets.Jack also discusses the importance of certain kinds of practice and of course... taking notes.
BJM's Greg Poole is joined by the NEW World Archery World record holder in the compound women's division Ella Gibson from Poland to discuss her amazing feat of shooting a 715 at the European games.
BJM's Greg Poole is joined by up and coming professional archer Jacob Sluzars to discuss how he has grown into one of the best archers in the game. Greg & Jacob talk about his struggles just a couple years ago and the sports psychologist that helped him learn to be a champion. Jacob works a regular job and won his first unknown 3D event last year in Metropolis despite not owning a single target used in the event.
Part 1 of the "Judging with Jack" podcast series with Greg Poole & long time professional 3D archer Jack Wallace. Greg & Jack begin the series discussing the process of establishing your base line yardage, using any objects at given distances to train your eyes at home without owning targets and the importance of keeping a journal and taking notes on specific data points.
Introduction for the "Judging with Jack" series on judging yardage with Greg Poole and long time pro Jack Wallace. There has been many time limited content offered to the archery community to learn how to judge yardage. However, in order to dig deep into the finer details it takes much more time and breaking down every facet from the basics to the most expert techniques many have never thought about. Greg & Jack with start from the most basic and work their way to the highest level.
BJM's Greg Poole is joined by Hoyt Pro staff shooter Robert Householder to discuss his experience shooting the Redding shoot for the first time. Being from Alabama, Robert has only shot flat ASA courses and indoors so the Redding shoot proved to be one of the biggest eye openers of his career in regard to set up and shot execution. Greg & Robert discuss how he used it all to make himself a more versatile archer.
BJM's Greg Poole is joined by USA Archery CEO Rod Menzer for Part 2 of their podcast discussing the potential inclusion of Compound in the LA 2028 Olympics. Greg & Rod discuss the process itself of getting Compound into the games and the entities involved and what it would mean for USAA when and if it happens in regard to additional workload, programs and logistics in facilitating trials and selection.
Paige Pearce speaks out on comments regarding the new Known Women's Pro class. Paige & Greg discusses the past present and future of ASA divisions and provides a lot of archer data regarding the organization, how many archers are shooting known vs unknown and how raising the level of the women's game is growing the sport.