Over the past several months, it’s likely that you’ve seen more archery and bow hunting pictures and topics from me. That’s because, for the last year, I’ve really begun to immerse myself in becoming better bow hunter.
That said, I’ve gotten so many requests and questions about archery that I thought it only made sense to bring the best person on I could think of to talk about it. His name is John Dudley and he is the founder of Nock On Archery. Today, we talk about what makes a natural archer, understanding the importance of eye dominance, why coaching is so critical, and the pros and cons of new bow and equipment technology.
My guest today is a repeat guest and someone who I know a lot of you are already familiar with.
His name is John Dudley and he is the founder of Nock On Archery where he coaches archers and makes some of the best products on the market. He’s coached guys like Joe Rogan, Andy Stumpf, Jocko Willink, and so many more, including me.
Yes, this is a conversation centered around archery but I want you to listen closely because John and I go so much deeper than what type of bow you should buy and what your stance should look like. This is truly a podcast about not only becoming a better archer/bow hunter but a better man.
- Introduction to the School of Nock
- The pros and cons of social media
- Why humility in coaching is critical
- What Dudley means by “archery entertainment”
- Why every archer needs to learn to be more present
- How social media has opened up archery coaching
- Why Dudley has always wanted to coach, and why his team didn’t always want him to
- What makes a natural archer
- Why every archer needs to work on physical fitness
- The importance of eye dominance in archery
- When technology takes away from the sport of archery
- How to create meaning and legacy through coaching
- How John’s restraint is his strength
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