Growing up, I dabbled in archery. My dad bought a cheap fiberglass bow and showed me how to shoot a target on to of a stack of hay bales. When I started bow hunting again in my twenties, archery became a renewed passion. I attempt to shoot my bow every day; and slowly but surely, I’m hitting the center more and more consistently.
This is no easy task. A perfect shot requires your bow’s sight to be properly tuned and exactly aligned when you release. Your bow must be drawn back to the same spot each time, and released in the same exact motion. Most of the time, one of these variables is off, and your arrow doesn’t hit the center of the target. If you want to improve your next shot, you have to figure out what to adjust.