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  1. Thread: Rhomboid issues?

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    Rhomboid issues?

    It seems my rhomboids are only good for so many shots and then they say, "I quit, I'm not doing this any more" and then they shut down. When this happens my shot process goes into my arms and...
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    Of course :) I discovered the root cause for...

    Of course :)

    I discovered the root cause for my flyers today and it does involve both halves. If I don't get an even pressure on both ends during my execution I get the flyers. The key and my...
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    My take on what Eric was saying was this: Your...

    My take on what Eric was saying was this: Your range of motion varies from day to day. If your not holding well on any one particular day, don't let it mess up your release... and visa versa...
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    Eric Griggs once told me to do exactly that......

    Eric Griggs once told me to do exactly that... separate the front half from the back. He also went on to say you shouldn't let one half mess up the other and all you want to be is an observer. This...
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    Some thoughts on holding steady: When I was a kid...

    Some thoughts on holding steady: When I was a kid I thought that "everything" was a natural ability... you either had it or you didn't. Kids that played ball, etc. just could do it, some couldn't....
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    I'm not one with big hands but a release that...

    I'm not one with big hands but a release that really works well for me in the Sweet Spot 2. Because the head floats when the safety is on and the sear is built into the head the speed of the release...
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    We agree 100%... I don't believe my issues are...

    We agree 100%... I don't believe my issues are with form or equipment for the most part as I've worked both of them to death. Not waiting, forcing the shot, pushing off before it's time. This is...
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    My flyers are due to a couple of things that I...

    My flyers are due to a couple of things that I have identified and most likely a few that I haven't. The first is I'm not one that likes to wait. I hate lines, delays of any kind and am impatient...
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    Acceptable Range of Motion

    I learned a lot today about my range of motion and believe for the most part my difficulties have been a matter of discipline more than anything else. Since my last post I shot several 30 arrow...
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    A little experiment

    Here are two faces I just shot. Both are reduced in size to replicate a 20 yard sight picture from 12-13 yards. I shot 10 arrows each at the distances of 3, 7 and 13 yards. At 3 yards all 10 in the...
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    Point being: There is no definitive right way to...

    Point being: There is no definitive right way to succeed in this sport.

    Back then there was a lot of discussion about this bent vs. straight arm and push vs. pull arguments. The consensus then...
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    I shot again today and I'm still not sure how to...

    I shot again today and I'm still not sure how to answer the question as to which way the bow goes as I push off? Quite a while ago I stopped pushing off based on information read here on AT by some...
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    Not sure on the push-off direction, I'll get you...

    Not sure on the push-off direction, I'll get you an answer on that tomorrow but I do get some right flyers as well but not anywhere as frequent. I can say that this feels like you described as an...
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    Yes, my bow arm has never been my strong point. I...

    Yes, my bow arm has never been my strong point. I shot some today without scoring to really try to understand my float, hold, or what ever you want to call it. I really tried to see how well I could...
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    Mostly yellow, sometimes red... It's hard to say...

    Mostly yellow, sometimes red... It's hard to say as it seems to vary from shot to shot. I tend to get a lot of low left misses. In fact most of my misses are left. My scores have historically been up...
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    If I had to wait for my dot to settle in the...

    If I had to wait for my dot to settle in the middle I would never shoot one shot... besides staying home, do you have any other suggestions? :) It's obvious that I'm either doing something wrong, or...
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    Anyone else? Seems like a very low response to...

    Anyone else? Seems like a very low response to this?
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    [For Sale] ttt

    ttt
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    No it's not "punching" but it is timing the...

    No it's not "punching" but it is timing the release by stopping and going, stopping and going like a yoyo. I hope that nobody here is promoting this as a good thing as it is at least as bad a...
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    You have a PM

    You have a PM
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    I have to be honest, this thread has been both...

    I have to be honest, this thread has been both bad and good for me... I tend to fixate on movement. When I'm doing that I can't hit much. When I keep my focus contained within my shot process my...
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    After shooting all this time and having some...

    After shooting all this time and having some successes I'm starting to understand that my methods have been off enough that I would never be able to step up to that next level unless I make some...
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    While we are in agreement about the importance of...

    While we are in agreement about the importance of letting down, I am not having a let down problem. On "one" day letting down was difficult because my arrows would pop off the string. I have since...
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    This is not a let down problem as I normally have...

    This is not a let down problem as I normally have no issues with letting down. As mentioned there was a minor setup issue preventing me from letting down the other day. This has since been corrected....
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    This is a great post. It describes what I've been...

    This is a great post. It describes what I've been doing exactly. Practice at short range does no good unless you have something specific that works for you at longer distances to practice. What a...
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    Been there done that :) of course it was some...

    Been there done that :) of course it was some time ago...
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    Thanks, great post!

    Thanks, great post!
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    I'm shooting 50# on my Supra and 55# on my...

    I'm shooting 50# on my Supra and 55# on my Dominator. I don't think this is the issue as I'm not struggling at all with these weights. I do recognize the back end feel may be a problem though and I'm...
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    Back from shooting. I had a difficult time...

    Back from shooting. I had a difficult time executing my plan perfectly and shot more bad shots than I wanted to. That said; I do believe this path will result in improvement in my overall shooting...
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    Shooting bad shots

    I'm been in a slump for several weeks. Last week using video I discovered that I was committing to the execution phase of my shot process before I was settled in properly. After seeing this on video...
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