Just finished reading an article on shooting by Tom Clum in the current issue of TBM. It examines shot execution from an understandable perspective. Highly recommend it as a read.
Have seen Tom's training approach and have much respect for him and his family. He's a likable guy and clearly dedicated to archery. But I disagree with his basic shooting approach, lol, at least as a hunting style. It is simply is too fastidious/ complicated. And when it comes to hunting or even just quick shooting moving practice targets for fun, complicated definately isn't good with regard to things like loss of natural rhythm, controlling target panic, taking too much time, overthinking or second-guessing shots, adapting form to meet conditions and other similar aspects. Simple is your friend under those conditions.
Tom knows his stuff!!!
Yep. Does an excellent job of separating aiming from releasing in the shot sequence. I picked that up from one of Joel Turner's U-tube talks some time back. Has definitely helped me get control over my target panic. Does require a rather step by step shot sequence. Don't know how it would/could be applied to those who use a Hill style swing draw and release.
Same as Chuck. Tomorrow
Haven't read it yet. Tomorrow