COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Registration is open for the 2023 USA Archery Virtual Symposium, which runs across 15 sessions from June 20 to August 15.
Sessions will be bursting with topics that have the largest impact on coaching, training and performance.
On the value of the symposium, USA Archery's Director of Education, Guy Krueger, said, “Usually, the feedback we get is ‘wow, you’ve totally changed my perspective on this area, and impacted our development’.
“Ideally, we try to not just provide information but key takeaways that people can use right after the presentation.”
Series 1: June 20, 8pm ET
ArcheryPath Performance Analytics & Equipment Tuning Optimization - Tom Stevenson
Equipment and Tournament Rules for Archers and Coaches - Kristy Wapniarski and Andy Neville
Series 2: June 22, 7pm ET
Coffee Talk with the National Coaches - Kisik Lee, Chris Webster, and Jonathan Clemins
Coaching for Neurodiversity - Dr. Donna Ricci
Being a Professional Archer - immy Lutz and Danelle Wentzel-Lutz
Series 3: July 18, 5pm, 8pm ET
Understanding Skill Acquisition to Optimize Practice in Archery - Dr. Oliver Runswick
Strength Training to Improve Performance in Archery - Christian Williams
How to Build Community Through Archery Programs - Brad Fiala
Series 4: July 20, 8pm ET
Finding the Balance - Fernando Lopez
Series 5: July 26, 8pm ET
Periodization-Based Training Designs for Archer Athletes: Necessary and Not Sufficient - Kyle Bissell
Coaching Athletes in Competition - Guy Krueger
Series 6: August 2, 8pm ET
Developing Coaching Through Effective Training - Sarah McQuade
Marketing Yourself - Richard Fleming
Series 7: August 15, 8pm ET
Creating Value and Growing Your Program - Brandon Wright
Research-Based Characteristics of Elite Archers - Judi Adams and Dr. Debbie Crews Ketterling
Whether a seasoned professional or just starting out, the USA Archery Virtual Symposium is the perfect opportunity to enhance skills and stay up-to-date with the latest trends in sports science, psychology, and coaching.