I was asked yesterday this simple question. How do you know when you have your drawlength perfect? I mean spot on perfect ! I gave the man the best answer I could, but it lacked something. It maded me wonder how to get my drawlength perfect, tack driveing perfect.
Lets say we have our stance down, a perfect T fourm, maybe just a tad open. Now the bow arm, is it fully extended, shoulder down, elbow bent a little like an 1/8 or a 1/4 to push the bow towards the target? Now string contact with your face, tip of your nose, nice tight anchor. Now the most important, The draw arm! To create the proper back tension and follow through. Where does it need to be and how do you know when its there? Do you deltoids burn when you got it right?
How do you really really know when you have it perfect?