George Ryals IV, aka "GRIV," will lead instruction on winning compound archery at Lancaster Archery Academy
George Ryals IV, aka “GRIV,” is coming to Lancaster Archery Academy April 22-24 and Sept. 23-25 to share his nationally-recognized, winning ways in compound target archery.
(*Note: the April class is full, and so registration is closed for that event*)
Besides competing as a pro archer and working in the industry for 25 years, GRIV has coached countless national champions, Vegas Shoot winners and other athletes who compete at the highest level of compound archery.
At Lancaster Archery Academy, GRIV plans to work with experienced compound archers looking to push their skills to the next level. After a meet-and-greet event April 22 and Sept. 23, GRIV will spend two full days covering a variety of topics across the spectrum of competitive, compound archery.
He’ll explain the relationship between form, stability and shot execution. He’ll teach how to find the perfect draw length for maximum stability.
GRIV also plans to delve into subjects like choosing the right release, setting up stabilizers, equipment tuning and developing and mastering a mental game.
What’s mentioned here is just the tip of the iceberg. This is an all-encompassing seminar you don’t want to miss. Space is limited, though, so sign up now.
For registration information, click here.
Lancaster Archery Academy is located in the same facility as Lancaster Archery Supply, 2195-A Old Philadelphia Pike, Lancaster, PA.