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The Growth of Axe Throwing

Over the last handful of years the popularity of the "new" sport of Axe throwing has grown immensely. The action of throwing axes at a block of wood has been around for as long as axes have been around. I can imagine a long haired and dirty caveman or clean shaven roman solider throwing an axe at a tree in the hopes of becoming a better hunter or warrior. But these days most us are not warriors, nor do we need to hunt in the wild to survive. Still the human nature in all of us makes us want to throw sharp objects into a target.

With more and more people looking for alternatives to traditional social entertainment such as bowling alley's or batting cages, Axe throwing venues have filled the need. Axe Throwing is equal parts, skill and luck. Just like any other physical activity the more you do it the better you get. Even if you are not that skilled right away, there is no better feeling than getting an axe to stick dead center on a target. And once you get a couple of axes stuck into the bullseye you will be addicted.

Axe throwing venues have sprung up all over the country in the last few years. All offer the same activity and each location puts their own twist on the experience. Whether it’s unique décor,  an overwhelming stench of competition, or call their employees something along the lines of an Axepert,  all are fun and will have you counting down the days until you can do it again. 

Map of World Axe Throwing League Location 

Axe throwing is not just a fad that will fade with time. As with any business not all axe throwing venues will succeed for a myriad of different reasons. But Axe throwing as a whole is not going anywhere. People are always looking for that change of pace, the escape from the routine of everyday life. Axe throwing is a new option for fun, recreation and team building that will only get bigger and stronger with time.

This article is sponsored by      The Axe Shoppe 



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