Beginning with the Lord of the Rings trilogy, archery was shown in a series of large-budget Hollywood blockbusters, including The Hunger Games, The Avengers and The Hobbit Franchises, as well as in small screen productions such as Arrow. However, the force generated by the muscles is limited by force-velocity relationship, and even at the optimal rate of contraction for energy production, the total work of the muscle is less than half what it would be if the muscle contracted at slow speeds over the same distance, which leads to less than 1/4 of the projectile start speed, which is possible without the limitations of the force-velocity relationship. When an archer moves from a beginner to a more advanced level, other postures such as the “open posture” or the “closed posture” can be used, although many choose a “neutral posture”. This is due to the fact that the tendon accelerates faster than the fingers of the archer can open, and, consequently, the cord is conveyed a lateral movement, and hence arrows nodded, since the force and speed of the bow pulls the cord from the opening fingers. Mythology savers and heroes in several mythologies are described as archers, including the Greek Artemis and Apollo, the Roman Diana and Cupid, the Germanic Agilaz, continued in legends such as Wilhelm Tell, Palnetoke or Robin Hood. Much later, English writers honored the Longbow for famous contributions to the victories of their country in the battles of Crécy, Agincourt and Poitiers. While there is a great variety in the construction details of arches (both historical and modern), all arches consist of a cord attached to elastic limbs, which store mechanical energy conveyed by the user the drawing of the cord. Classical civilizations, especially the Assyrians, Greeks, Armenians, Persians, Parthians, Indians, Koreans, Chinese and Japanese battled a large number of archers in their armies. Together with competitive archery equipment are special brackets that can mount multiple stabilizers at different angles to optimize the balance of the bow. The favorite hobby of Prince Maximilian, engraved by Dürer Central tribal members of Asia (after the domestication of the horse) and American Plains Indians (after access to horses) became extremely skillful in archery on horseback. Whether helical or straight feathered, when natural fletching (bird feathers) is used, it is crucial that all feathers come from the same side of the bird. Aluminum shafts were a very popular high-performance choice in the second half of the 20th century due to their straightness, lower weight and later higher speed and flatter trajectories. As a rule, composite bows are used for large game hunting due to the relatively short time it takes to master them, unlike the longbow or recurve bow. The famous archery competition, in which a rotating fish was beaten in the eye while watching his reflection in the water bowl, was one of the many shooting skills depicted in the Mahabharata. The cross-section of the limb also varies; the classic longbow is a high arch with narrow limbs, which are D-shaped in cross-section, and the flatbow has flat wide limbs, which are approximately rectangular in cross-section. Shield cut straight fletching — here are the hen feathers are latticed red red fletching is traditionally made of bird feathers, but solid plastic wings and thin leaf-like spin-vanes are used. Archery and bow play an important role in the epic poem of the Odyssey, when Ulysses returns home dressed up and then beasts the contenders in an archery contest, having hinted at his identity by suggesting his big bow that only he can draw, a similar motif in Turkish Hero poem Alpamysch is present. Some have suggested that dry burning can cause physical damage to the arch, such as cracks and fractures — and since most arcs are not made specifically to handle the high amounts of energy that dry burning produces should never be done. A compilation of scientific and technical articles on theory, construction, use and performance of arrows and arrows, reprinted from journals of science and archery, National Field Archery Association - Bertalan, Dan. Armenian Hayk and Babylonian Marduk, Indian Karna (also known as Radheya/son of Radha), Abhimanyu, Eklavya.