Shooting arrows is beneficial to the physical impaired in many ways
1. On the social level: it makes one walk out of the home and interact with others. The participants can still maintain some degrees of privacy since archery is kind of a personal sport too.
2. On the physical level: it gets one to exercise and build muscles that shame others.
3. On the mental level: it increases one’s steadiness in the mind. It’d be good too if the archer is religious or does meditation as a habit.
It requires self-awareness and discipline to improve oneself if he wants to compete in games.
Suggestions from Coach Hsu to archers
1. Protect yourself from injury. Practice three days and rest one to give your muscles a break and reduce the chance of pulling any muscle or worse injuries.
2. Challenge yourself but remember shooting arrows is fun. Find the passion. Enjoy the sport.
3. New archers are welcome to use the equipment provided by the Association. But when one is more advanced and needs to purchase his own. Be prepared for that expense.