Last semester, I had started to read the Rangers Apprentice series. I really like the books. However, I read the first and second book last semester, so I’m going to talk about the third book. This will probably be a relatively short post, but I'll try not to give anything away (or at least too much).
If you haven’t read the first and second book, this will all be spoilers for you. What happens and the end of the second book is that Will and Evanlyn are captured by the Skandians (who are like a viking race). Halt tries to get to the ship before it leaves, but is too late.
Not all games are the same. Some are played for fun and to be able to do something enjoyable during free time. Others seem to be designed to let people know what's going on in the world. While some are played simply for educational reasons. Whatever game it is, the goals are always the same: to gain interest of something for people. it is also to have people understand certain things that are harder to understand in the real world. sometimes you can learn in the virtual world better in school or at home.
Ever since 10th grade iv been penning spinning for fun just because it helped me pass time during school and at the start 12th grade i finally decided to start learning professional tricks to help my routine feel more smooth so after i finally left the 5 basic tricks iv known for 2 years i was learning at a amazing rate, slowly building up my routine to a higher level. As i learn more pen spinning tricks i noticed during my tennis game iv been more accurate with hitting my sweet spot during the match and my hand reacts much faster when i am doing volleys which is great for me because i love to run up to the net and attack so having a fast hand is a great asset, however when i was in the Usta Training Camp i was doing great in general due to playing tennis for 7 weeks straight for 7 hours each day but my hand to eye reaction for volley wasnt nearly as good as i was now * i cant say the same for my forehand which has slowly dwindled in accuracy due to lack of play*, but my backhand for tennis has increased in accuracy and power ever since i started professional pen spinning.
Archery requires a ton of concentration to me because iv tried shooting a bow before and it is extremely difficult due to the amount of stress your arm receives from the tension of the string and your mental stress due to all the focus you are putting into getting the arrow into the target but the feeling of hitting near what you wanted is undescribable it is just such a joy to know you are improving on something as tedious as archery and that you can challenge yourself by moving more back which increased the amount of drag on the arrow along with challenge your sight targeting due to the target being much farther and smaller.
Members of the team say their competitive success is a product of hard work and mental toughness instilled by their coaches.
“Archery really is 95 percent mental and 5 percent physical, so when you’re at a tournament, not only should you be focused, bu