Monthly Archives: August 2012

Archery Through the Ages, Part 2

Months ago, I posted one article about the history of the longbow, and I mentioned knights pinned to their horses through their armor plate and stories of arrows going through four inches of oak. Those feats were possible not only … Continue reading

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Hi There!

Welcome to Los Angeles Archery! Hi, I am Alejandro Barahona, Level 2 Instructor at Rancho Park Achery Range in LA. — the best place to practice Archery in LA. We are located at Cheviot Hills Recreation Center, 2459 Motor Ave., … Continue reading

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We are always learning, and when we stop, we die

A long time ago, in another continent, I was practicing Aikido, as I would do every Sunday for three hours. That day, we were focusing in aiki-ken or sword techniques. And I remember that I wasn´t too happy with my … Continue reading

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