Stance, was Re: Glasses
- --- Carolus von Eulenhorst <eulenhorst@...>
> On the other hand this can put inconsistantAnd when one's elbow doesn't naturally turn out, one
> diferential pressure of the bowstring affecting the
> flight of the arrow. Quartering or opening of the
> stance has much less effect when the shoulder is
> properly rotated and the elbow turned outward. This
> solution eliminates or minimizes string slap, bow
> creep, 'titty whack', and other nasties. Of course,
> like other aspects of form, it must be learned,
> practiced, and performed rigorously to work.
has to just live with the joint discomfort until the
shoulder gets used to it....
....though it doesn't ache as badly as i was afraid.
And having my arm that way *does* feel much more secure.
8) Ayllyth a'P�obaire 8)
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