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Errors in Archery Stance
As far as your archery stance, you want to stand side-on to the target, with your feet about shoulder-width apart and pointing along the imaginary shooting line. In fact, however, most archers find it more comfortable to have their toes a little bit further from the line than their heels are. You should point neither your feet nor your knees in the direction of the target. Doing either will compromise your archery stance.

The Ten Basic Steps in Archery Shooting
You begin with the stance. Place the tips of your toes against an imagined straight line that is towards the center of the target. Place your feet on both sides of the imaginary line. Next, place your feet about shoulder's width apart. Next, get yourself as relaxed as possible.

How to Stop Hitting Your Arm when Shooting in Archery
One of the most irritating things for a beginning archer is having the string slash your bow arm. If you are using your fingers to hold the string, when you release the arrow the string does not just go back to its starting position. The pressure that the fingers placed upon the string cause the string to vibrate upon release. The string then comes forward and hits your arm, and causes you pain. Sometimes this can be some pretty major pain. You don't want this to happen. Archery is not supposed to be about pain!


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