Archery – 3 Tips
This is important from when you first learn archery. If you don’t learn a good body angle with stance correctly it’s difficult to have consistent distance groups. Practice the correct body angle!
The fingers on the string are one of two points of contact between the archer and the bow. An accurate hook will make for a precise release and it will ensure stable finger positioning. The key is to removing tension and making sure the wrist is not bent. Make sure your finger tab fits your hand correctly, too.
As a beginner, before shooting, you should practice training your release first. Practice the feeling, direction, and distance of your releasing fingers, he says – as this first method you learn will remain a habit for a long time.