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USA Archery is proud to present a new educational video series. Step into our pro shop with iconic archery legends Brady Ellison and Jesse Broadwater. They’ll take you through every single step of their processes to set up a bow, brand new out of the box, to tuning for tens on the tournament trail.
Tuning, the art of adjusting equipment to improve its performance and to fit your individual needs and style, allows the bow, the arrow, and the archer to work in perfect harmony. These on-demand and downloadable video courses teach you how to tune your equipment to maximize your performance exactly as the pros do it. These courses are designed to teach archers and coaches of all skill and experience levels all the detailed ins and outs of equipment set up and fine tuning.
Three-time Olympic medalist, 2019 World Champion, five-time World Cup Final Champion and multiple world record holder Brady Ellison leads the nearly two hour-long in-depth recurve seminar, while multiple time World and Vegas Champion, Jesse “The Freakshow” Broadwater shares an unprecedented three hours of insider tips and techniques for compound equipment.
Through years and years of success, Jesse and Brady have honed their craft and use the same strategies for bow set up each season. Learn everything the pros do to build confidence in your equipment and to make your bow shoot its best for you.
Ultra HD footage shows you each detail of Brady’s unique method for tying nocking points and Jesse’s specialized peep sight installation. These technical videos share deeper, more personal tuning insight from the greatest archers than any other resource in existence. By the end, not only will you feel like Brady and Jesse are your best friends, but you’ll be fully equipped to get the most out of your equipment and up your game.
Brady commented: “I can’t count how many questions I receive each day from archers around the world, wanting help to improve their equipment’s performance. I am so excited to be part of this video series and to share answers to all the questions I get asked all the time. I would definitely recommend this course for anyone looking to learn more about their equipment from the beginner to a more advanced tournament competitor – it has something for everyone.”< Back to All News