TRAINING TIP - SOLIDIFY THE BASELINE
School of Nock- Homework SOLIDIFY THE BASELINE FIRST This week I’ve moved into a tension activated release. I’m now starting to focus on Pulling through with with Silverback Plus! This didn’t happen earlier because I needed time to rebuild my baseline and make sure I was solid in form and technique before I started to change too much. This time of year I work on many things but never until I’m ready. You need a baseline or a control that you can properly judge your new trials and toys on. This is critical when you want to try new things. Just remember, studies have shown it takes at least 21 days of repeated task to form a habit whether it’s good or bad. I’ve taken a little more than that just to reform my technique back to where I want it to be. The long hunting season took its toll on the small details of my technique, so I’ve worked on that and got the bugs out. Now I focus on dynamic archery (pulling though)! The best way for this is a tension release like the Silverback Release. My lefts and rights are quickly tightening up so this will be my tool to strengthen my technique even more. Depending on where you’re at currently in your training just keep these things in mind. Get a baseline, adjust one thing at a time and let it come together before having too many variables that you won’t know what’s really helping and what’s hurting your accuracy.