Hello and welcome folks, today we are going to discuss about the health benefits that you get with the archery game. Yes you heard right the archery sport is also responsible for improving our overall health sometime. By playing this game we are improving our accuracy, focus, stability, awareness and much more.
Although these improvements are not obtained instantly, but over time you will notice that in your body. So without spending more time here, let’s directly jump onto the points and begin understanding them.
Improves Eyes Focus
You know to play teer-kaman game you will need good eyesight. It’s quite obvious off-course. But do you know that if you participate in this sport continuously for long time, you will go to improve your eyesight. Yes it sounds little weird but it’s true.
It’s like working on muscles. And your eyes too have muscles inside. When you focus on a particular target you are stressing your eyes. Over the time it will become comfortable for you because your eyes will develop corresponding muscles. Hence this game would be responsible for improving your eyesight and its focusing abilities.
The second benefit is you will get improved stability in your hands. We are humans and we have tendency to keep moving most of the time. Means if you try to stand still and steady, then you are moving minutely due to your body functions like: heart-beat, breathing, blood circulation, etc.
But in the care of playing archery sport, you need super steady hand and body. How much you are stable will define how much you can be accurate while hitting the target. By doing practice each day and archery player develops counter movement to their natural body movements. Hence they are increasing their stability overall. Some players also practice stop breathing to get more stability.
More Attention and Awareness
You can ask any archery player about this thing. How the attention and awareness is improved. This phenomenon is not complicated at all. As this is the fundamental need of this game. To play well in this teer khela, the participants need to have super sharp awareness.
Weather this inner skill they have or not, but they are going to improve that for sure. They also become much snappier and proactive. Because when the target is aimed to the perfect spot they react immediately.
If you want to improve awareness besides the archery, you can perform meditation. The meditation is one of the best method for improving attention and awareness. Doing 30 minutes of meditation will make significant changes in your life. That will reflect in your daily life to. You will perform much better in almost all the other works in your life too.
Overall, this is more mental benefit than physical but it’s also critical in order to become excellent archery player.
Experienced archery players know the weight of the bow and how hard it is to carry them with one hand. The bow (Kaman) comes in variety of sizes and specs that we all know. Take an example of the lightest one. A bow is needed to be picked by left-hand for right handed players and vice versa. Weather you hold it from right or left hand you have to carry it from single hand. And that’s the reason holding them straight make it difficult.
Not just holding the bow from one hand makes it tough but you have to hold it straight and steady. Without having strong hands you will not able to do this for long tournament. So practicing hand muscle building exercise is the main role here. But remember just building muscle is not enough. You should have flexibility and sensitivity in your arms too. So working on building lean muscles and stretching exercise is the key.
To conclude, the archery sport can also be responsible for developing amazing eyesight and mental abilities. In-fact you can never be professional player in this sport without mastering these. So if you are pursuing career in archery, then these are the crucial things you should know about.
However these are not must haves. Means you can participate in the game without these skills. But over the time you need to develop it to become professional archery player in India.