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              By Randy Ulmer    One of the quickest ways most of us could improve accuracy would be

Shorten Your Draw Length

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer One of the quickest ways most of us could improve accuracy...

              By Randy Ulmer    Over and over you will hear me say that your bow will shoot every

Use A Wrist Sling

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer Over and over you will hear me say that your bow will shoot...

              By Randy Ulmer    Over the years, I've taken about half my big game animals while

Shoot From Your Knees

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer Over the years, I've taken about half my big game animals while

              By Randy Ulmer    When you are shooting uphill or downhill, try to maintain T form

Shooting Uphill or Downhill

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer When you are shooting uphill or downhill, try to maintain T...

              By Randy Ulmer    Deep breathing exercises have been used for thousands of years to

Breathing For Best Accuracy

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer Deep breathing exercises have been used for thousands of years...




By Randy Ulmer



Follow-through is important in all sports. It is especially important in

Follow-Through

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer Follow-through is important in all sports. It is especially important in

              By Randy Ulmer

Releasing

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer "Punching the trigger" is the biggest shooting problem among

              By Randy Ulmer    While aiming, relax and let your pin float. Hold the bow as still

Aiming

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer While aiming, relax and let your pin float. Hold the bow as...

              By Randy Ulmer    The term back tension, commonly used by serious archers, merely

The Value of Back Tension

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer The term back tension, commonly used by serious archers, merely

              By Randy Ulmer    The key to holding a bow steady is maximum relaxation. If you flex

Holding Steady

Randy Ulmer - November 04, 2010

By Randy Ulmer The key to holding a bow steady is maximum relaxation. If you...

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