lately i have been doing a lot of reading on target shooting and one thing i can't grasp is the term "surprise release" i have been working on back tension for close to a year. i fire my release by squeezing my rhomboids which rotates my elbow and POW(i use a hinge). i have read and heard some pros say "i have NO IDEA when my bow is gonna go off". how is this possible am i missing something or doing something wrong? when i shoot i can feel the dynamic tension in building specifically in my back muscles. also if consisten the shot should go at close to exactly the same time every shot. so if you can feel the tension build, how can you not know the shot is going to go off?
so what is your definition of a "surprise release"?
i will say that i am not "command shooting" by saying fire NOW. but i can still "feel" when the shot is about to go.
sorry guys/girls. i think i posted this thread twice. i searched it and found nothing. so figuring i didn't hit SUBMIT, i restarted the post. so if you want to respond, go to this thread