The performance for the archery assessment was assessed according to the rules of national archery competition in outdoor areas. The participants used their own bow and arrow equipment. Before the experiment, they all had adequate warm-up and corrected the sighting position. Briefly, each player fired 72 arrows, 36 arrows for a game. In each single day, they had 2 games. Every participant fired six arrows for a round, and each round time limit was 4 min. Each arrow was worth up to 10 points; therefore, a single game overall had a possible score of 360 points. They rested for 15 min after the end of the first game. After the end of each round, the arrows were pulled, and the same person recorded the scores to verify the accuracy. Any guidance was excluded during the exercise. The same archery test was performed on three different days in a week to obtain the average archery assessment in each group.

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