Drawing the Bow
Did you know that the way you draw your bow can actually affect how accurate you are? When you draw your bow you only want to use the muscles needed for holding it at full draw. When you use muscles other than these it puts tension in those muscles. This added tension can result in pulled shots and general unsteadiness when aiming.
A proper drawing sequence is to start with the bow held up in front of you. Clip your release on the string, keep your rear elbow high and use the muscles between your shoulder blades (not your shoulders and arms) to draw the bow. It should be easy, and if not lower your poundage until it is. This method of drawing a bow will help prevent shoulder injuries and make you more accurate.
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