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Put your sights on and your ready.
Also comes with Hoyt bolt on quiver - will post pics later.
2010 Hoyt Maxiss 35 RH 50-60lbs. 31" draw. Can be changes with modules down to a 29". I do not have extra modules.
Good looking. Good shooting bow. Strings are 1 year old and in great shape. Has...
Subconscious aiming takes a large part of the float into perspective during execution. It's not what you perceive it's what the mind sees. Who made the rule you have to have minimal float to hit...
Some people got. Some don't.
That's why there is 2nd place.
I use neither. Use this rest for indoors with 2712's and outdoors with ACE's. Just enough tension to hold the arrow up at full draw.
Been using this same rest since 2010.
It all focuses around process. A part of the process is skipped/missed. Thus different or unwanted result.
I try not to shoot with my students. I choose for them to "Do as I say, not as I do".
The question is - what do you do?
Would you have your student move back or have them stay at 15 yards until...
Really hot days its a 3 to 1. 3 waters to 1 electrolyte drink. Always finish up with some Dos XX. My pre-work out is Stim Factor and post work out is Carnivore. After my morning runs it almond milk,...
1. Focus on process
2. Don't tinker with your equipment. Can't be consistent if you keep changing things.
3. Focus on process.
4. Plan your practice and practice your plan. Take notes.
I would give up speed for accuracy any day.
Im sure somebody on here has mentioned it, but if you are having index finger trouble on your aim/expand/release - your missing a step. Many times ( I was the worlds worst) we will go from anchor and...
I must say that Excercises is extremely important. My wife and I hit the gym 3 months ago. I'm 47 and am in better shape than ever. Lost 16lbs toned up and feel great. We did a 2 mile jog this...
To find the "zone" you need to get out out of your "comfort zone" as much as possible.
Congrats on the Level 3. It's a whole other ballgame compared to the L1 and L2. Got mine L3 from Ron Carmichael at UT. His daughter was an Olympic Bronze medalist. Had some high level learning....
Back tension is a process - hinge is a release.
It is important to understand the whole process. Back tension is important. It not only helps with the execution of the shot but also helps in the...
Still a good angular draw. I don't know of any top level archers that draw in a linear fashion.
Not sure I follow.
Had TP for 7 years. You can beat it. Find your program and stick to it. Spend weeks fixing it. Not years fighting it.
"I fear not the man that practices 10,000 kicks, but the man who practices 1 kick 10,000 times."
Its quality time - not quantity time.
Excellent example of linear draw.
You can watch Reo, Braden G., Cousins, Jesse, Brady Ellison, every Korean, and anybody Kisik lee coaches uses an angular draw.
Front shoulder being set and drawing on target is fine. The draw arm side is angular. In order to draw linear - a straight line- is biomechanically wrong. To draw linear you would actually have to...
Angular draw good.
Linear draw bad.
For me the dynamics of a shot go from an external movement to an internal movement. The increase of tension never stops. From anchor, transfer, to holding the increase in tension never stops. Once...
Notice every archer you posted here has one thing in common. Their draw arm elbow is above the arrow line. Yours is not.
Not critiquing. Just stating fact.
My wife won 2...