When I switched to recurve a designed a training schedule based on a week’s practice. When a week was complete there would be minor changes like increasing the number of arrows per day. The weeks are connected to specific process goals. Each week has planned recover days.
The recover days are important. Changing from compound to recurve means there isn’t a let-off of the poundage a full draw. Keeping days open for recover is important to avoid an overuse injury.
There are two days of recovery per week, Wednesday and Sunday. Eventually, there will be only one day. For now two seems wise.
Deleting one rest day is a gradual process. For example, I practice archery twice per day. At the moment, I am shooting 80 arrows in the morning and 80 arrows in the afternoon (800 arrows per week). This week I began to abbreviate the recovery. Rather than entirely skip Wednesday I shot 80 arrows in the morning and none in the afternoon. This will increase my weekly load to 880 arrows.
The goal for routine practice is 1200 arrows per week. Right now, I am holding at 880 arrows per week for the month of September. Sunday remains a complete recovery day and Wednesday is a ½ day break.