Posted June 26, 2016 10:23 pm by Comments

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

(Rochester, NY) In the coming weeks, every archer will visit their respective technician shop to have their bow tuned up for the season if they have not already. Then, after picking up the freshly tuned piece of equipment, the struggle of regaining your mechanics from months of inactivity hits your muscles. Arrows fly everywhere as you try to put things on paper and work backwards to your max distance. With time always a factor, practice does not always happen every day as we would like.

I realized a major factor determining the consistency of my arrows was my breathing.

How often do we focus on our breathing when shooting? Sure,we all know the classic methods, but fail to be able to use them during crunch time since they are not practiced. In order to fine tune my shooting, researching breathing techniques and experimenting was in order. Trying several different methods helped me find what worked with my body before making a conscious effort to improve my breathing techniques, Before I took a conscious effort to control my breathing, my breath was sporadic forcing my draw stamina to be much shorter and overall consistency …Read the Rest

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