Learning Archery 101: How to Shoot a Compound Bow - Class 3 of 3

In this final class of learning “how to shoot a compound bow” series, you will learn some very important steps to bring it all together and forge great habits and shooting techniques that will enable you to be the best archer possible. In this session John Dudley teaches first time Archer Mark Schenker:

1. How to properly position your front shoulder

2. The importance of front foot weight versus rear foot weight

3. How to focus on the 6 steps of proper shot execution

4. How to finish a well executed archery shot

5. The importance of centering your peep sight to your front sight housing

6. How to refine proper habits through repetition

7. The importance of keeping the targets close and large to begin

8. What “blank bail” is and why it’s important

9. The importance of filming and photographing yourself for evaluation

10. The importance of shot sequence timing

11. The proper arrow to face positioning

12. The importance of shot visualization

As you closely follow and put into practice what you have learned throughout this video series on how to properly shoot a compound bow, you will form great habits and shot execution techniques that will help you master the great sport of archery. Enjoy the journey!

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