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Robinhood Videos .. not just video's anymore!
www.robinhoodvideos.com, 3 June 2015 [cached]
Owners Jan and Bernie Pellerite (pronounced Pell-er-eet) are well known in the archery community.
is known for his
"tell-it-like-it-is" attitude, humor and knowledge of the archer's psyche.
As a result, he
has established himself as one of the best coaches in the country.
Besides videos and DVDs, Robinhood
also has other archery accessories, including two books, training aids, back tension release aids and a full line of stabilizers and accessories.
Bernie and Jan, who are both Master coaches, spend most of the year traveling around the country (with their dogs and cats) teaching the School of Advanced Archery, which also includes a Certified Instructor program, to intermediate and advanced level archers.
Master Coach Bernie ...
www.robinhoodvideos.com, 14 May 2011 [cached]
Master Coach Bernie Pellerite has posed the ultimate question to the competitive archery community: "If you've got questions… let's hear them!
This book tackles all the tough questions with Bernie's
"come straight at you, whether you like it or not" candor.
Finally, the creator of the NFAA Shooter's School, Master Coach Bernie Pellerite, has put much of his archery wisdom . . . and wit . . . into a "tell it like it is" book!
Focusing on "hitting what you aim at," Bernie
shows you what it takes to "shoot like a pro!
Learn what predictable accuracy feels like with step-by-step procedures and "no BS" explanations, illustrated with tons of photos and diagrams.
teaches you the same bullet-proof theories and techniques he
has given to thousands of students in the NFAA Shooter's School
created -- the straight scoop on how to compete and win with his
accelerated learning program.
students have won hundreds national and world titles!
From Tuning to Target Panic, from Holding Steady to Back Tension and Tournament Nerves, there is something for everyone who shoots a bow.
Whether you shoot Field, 3-D, Target
, or are a bowhunter, IDIOT PROOF ARCHERY will make you a better archer.
takes archery's sacred cows and makes hamburger out of them . . . and then eats them with relish!"
It was designed for intermediate to professional level archers by school creator, Bernie Pellerite
no holds barred and "tell it like it is" attitude make for 7 hours of exciting, fast paced and in-depth discussion of over 200 topics, from Target Panic (Volumes 1, 2, & 3) to Tuning Tips (Volume 6).
The 4 Coaches that conduct this video series are: BERNIE PELLERITE
, (2 videos), LARRY WISE (2 videos), ED ELIASON (3 videos) & LEN CARDINALE (2 videos).
KnuckleUnder™ (patent #6,945,241B2) is a pure back tension triggerless release and can be used with 3 or 4 fingers.
Bernie's KnuckleUnder™ also as a new patented system called A.R.M. (Auto Reset Mechanism) which automatically returns the head to the "ready to load" position after firing.
BRASS KNUCKLES KnuckleUnder™ (patent #6,945,241B2) - made of HAND POLISHED SOLID BRASS.
Missing Link™ (patent #6,945,241B2) is a pure back tension triggerless release.
Bernie's Missing Link™ also has a new patented system called A.R.M.™ (Auto Reset Mechanism) which automatically returns the head to the "ready to load" position after firing.
This release was created through the collaboration of two great innovators, Bernie Pellerite
and Bill Scott.
Bernie, president of Robinhood Videos, is also an archery analyst who writes for several magazines and as a professional coach, created the world-famous NFAA Shooter's School and now runs his own school called "The School of Advanced Archery", which also certifies advanced level instructors as an option.
Through the years of owning a pro shop and teaching thousands of archers, most of whom had target panic, Bernie
realized the value of the "back tension release" in curing his
students' target panic.
Scott Archery has teamed up with Bernie
to produce the ultimate release for caliper fans.
analyzed the problem with the index finger-target panic problem and designed a "CAN'T PUNCH" feature called the "Captivator©", a stationary trigger that Scott has incorporated into the patented Mongoose, Lil' Goose and "Ole Faithful" rope head releases.
The result is Bernie's
Shot Trainer™ (formerly Laz-air) is a pneumatic training aid that allows shooters to practice by "dry-firing" their own bow, without damage.
- Bernie Pellerite, former ...
skinnymoose.com, 4 Nov 2010 [cached]
- Bernie Pellerite, former NFAA Archery coach, author, inventor and owner of Robinhood Videos.
Master Coach Bernie ...
whitetailworld.com, 17 Oct 2013 [cached]
Master Coach Bernie Pellerite takes archery's sacred cows and makes hamburger out of them ... and then eats them with relish!
If you bowhunt or shoot...
Finally, the creator of the NFAA Shooter's School , Master Coach Bernie Pellerite, has put much of his archery wisdom, and wit into a "tell it like...
Bernie Pellerite, left, ...
www.lagrandeobserver.com, 13 Mar 2009 [cached]
Bernie Pellerite, left, talks with Norm Paullus of La Grande Sunday while conducting an archery course. The Observer/DICK MASON
, left, talks with Norm Paullus of La Grande Sunday while conducting an archery course.
This is the belief of one of the best, Bernie Pellerite
of Blacklick, Ohio.
Recognized as the best archery coach in the nation by the National Field Archery Association
appeared in La Grande last weekend.
conducted a certification class for archery instructors and shared a quiver full of wisdom.
emphasized that almost all archers shoot better in practice than at tournaments.
A major reason is tournament conditions are far different from one's practice environment.
At tournaments, chaos reigns because of crowds, noise, competitors and numerous other distractions.
Adrenaline-generating elements are not encountered when one shoots in the backyard, and Pellerite
believes these elements should be added to practice sessions.
"Get your adrenaline level up to what it will be at the tournament.
The difference between a tournament and practice is the A word,'' Pellerite
encourages archers while practicing to ...
also encourages archers to log where their shots land and record their efforts with a camera.
"Do it immediately while it is still fresh in your mind,'' Pellerite
says in his
book "Idiot Proof Archery."
Analyzing this "instant feedback'' will help greatly, he
"By recording your practice sessions, you can analyze and discover patterns and flaws,'' Pellerite
"To learn why and when you miss most often.''
also urges archers to put a mirror under their camera, leaning it against the tripod.
This will show a profile view of their form.
Archers should peek at the mirror before firing to see if they are doing something wrong like dropping their elbow.
Archers who detect a flaw should stop and start over.
This prevents them from developing bad form, Pellerite
Archers who do not engage in self-analysis may go years or decades before discovering their flaws.
"You may stumble through for 25 years and then it will fall from the sky, 'That's what I'm doing wrong,' '' Pellerite
said on Sunday.
In addition to self-analysis, archers can also improve their tournament performances by slowing down when competing.
Archers too often feel pressure to shoot quickly at tournaments because they believe everyone is looking at them, Pellerite
Archers should resist the tendency to hurry because when one fires many arrows in rapid succession fatigue sets in, reducing accuracy.
"Don't try to shoot three dozen arrows in three minutes,'' Pellerite
urges people to relax at tournaments and understand that everyone is not glaring at them.
"I don't want people to feel eyes on the back of their neck,'' Pellerite
said NFAA-certified archers carry greater instructional weight.
"If you are not certified, you don't have the opportunity to help someone.
Those (NFAA instructor) patches say, 'I know all the answers, ask the questions.'"
has certified more than 1,000 instructors.
He has also produced, written and directed 37 instructional videotapes, founded the NFAA's Shooters School and much more.
is also an accomplished bow hunter.