Sunday is supposed to be a complete recovery day. The past 53 days have included a fair number of days to take a break. In fact, there have been 12 days off from practice and training.
This works out to 41 days of work. That work has been serious. Archery-wise, shooting recurve bows exclusively, I’ve shot 5026 arrows for an average of 122.58 shots per day. Not every day yielded 122.58 arrows. Some days there were low counts other days the quantity was high.
This upcoming week is a recovery week. There will be less shooting before practice ramps up though mid-October. At present, this schedule is focused on base and form.
Mid-October holds a point where archery plans will get a major edit. It will be the end of a quarter of shooting recurve. It will be time for a fresh assessment and plan revisions.
In the meantime, forcing a short break is tough.