"Archery Fit" Ep.5 Compound Bow Anchoring | Bow Life TV

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    Today on Archery Fit fueled by MTN Ops, I talk about compound bow anchoring.

    Your anchor point is one of the most important aspects of archery.

    To be repetitive

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    Today on Archery Fit fueled by MTN Ops, I talk about compound bow anchoring.

    Your anchor point is one of the most important aspects of archery.

    To be repetitive is to be accurate.

    In the past, I have taught a 3 point anchor, essentially how your hand touches the release, how the release touches the string, and how the string touches your face.

    However, I did not go into detail on how that last point of contact, anchoring on your face, can affect your shot.

    nI think the most accurate and repeatable action you can have when anchoring is touching the tip of your nose to the string.

    A lot of archers happen to touch the side of their nose to the string and that is fine as long as it is repeated.

    The one thing you need to watch however is accidentally smashing your face against the string.

    This pressure can and will cause the string to move which can turn paper tuning into a nightmare! nFocus on your compound bow anchoring when shooting your bow, but pay special attention to how much pressure you might be putting on the string.

    To quickly find out if you are doing this simply take your face off the string completely when paper tuning.

    If you are struggling and having bad tears when you are shooting with your face on the string then you are no doubt applying pressure.

    nGet more archery tips, advice, and information here: www.bowlife.com/archery-tips-tricks-news/

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