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Smartphone Practice Tracking
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Contributors to this thread:
Deertick 15-May-18
Woods Walker 15-May-18
Deertick 15-May-18
Woods Walker 15-May-18
MDW 16-May-18
Bake 16-May-18
PECO 16-May-18
Don 16-May-18
Kurt 16-May-18
timberdoodle 17-May-18
GF 18-May-18
midwest 18-May-18
PapaSmurf 20-May-18
oldgoat 20-May-18
From: Deertick
15-May-18
I think keeping track of practice volume will motivate me to practice more this year. I'm thinking there ought to be a cell phone app that keeps track of practice days, as well as practice volume. Anyone using a particular app for that?

From: Woods Walker
15-May-18
??? What does sound have to do with practice?

From: Deertick
15-May-18
Not sound ... volume. Volume of practice might be something like 5 rounds of 3 shots = 15 total shots. Volume in weightlifting, for instance, is sets x reps. In place of "volume", let's use "amount".

From: Woods Walker
15-May-18
Gotcha'........

From: MDW
16-May-18
Just one more thing to tie a person down electroniclly !

From: Bake
16-May-18
I wanted to keep track last year for string purposes. I just used the Notepad that's already on the Iphone. Opened a note, and kept track of date and number of shots

From: PECO
16-May-18
Hand write it in a notebook. I myself love hard copy.

From: Don
16-May-18
Just practice everyday can’t lose track that way!

From: Kurt
16-May-18
I track black bear sightings in "Notes" on the phone. Works very well.

From: timberdoodle
17-May-18
MyTargets Archery lets you track volume & plat the location of the arrows in your round.

From: GF
18-May-18
Buy a stack of paper targets.

Put one up for each session/distance.

Shoot it.

Score it.

Record the date.

From: midwest
18-May-18

midwest's Link
Link to timberdoodle's app. Looks pretty cool.

From: PapaSmurf
20-May-18
Commit to shootind a 300 round once a week. Every Sunday, for example. You will not be satisfied with your score, so you will have incentive to practice a couple times throughout the week. Keep track of your 300 scores, which will show your progress

From: oldgoat
20-May-18
Just keep your score, plenty of aps for that, "volume" of practice doesn't mean anything without improvement!!! One perfect controlled shot sequence a week would be better than a bunch of crappy ones!

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