Two things that jump out at me are your bow shoulder is raised up and you are leaning back away from the target. Get that bow shoulder down and you will probably hold a bit steadier. For the leaning, draw with all your weight on your front foot, even to the extreme of having just your toes of your back foot on the ground, this will keep you from leaning back.
by atleast an inch...your fighting that spiral cam. That thing is tough. I agree with the others get that bow shoulder down and lean into the target...this is going to be tough to adjust to but you can solve the problem by shotening the draw and this may require new cam.5 and limbs. Or just a shorter d.l. bow. Best of luck!
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