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    James Park books

    i've already asked the question, but the thread got lost last year....

    I think i understand what's Mastering Bow Tuning covers, but what are the difference between Mastering Compound Bow, Mastering Archery and Mastering Archery Technique Analysis?!?
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    Hi. What I've found with the mastering compound book is that it covers the aspects of technique and equipment specific to compound, like using release aids correctly, useful scope magnification etc. but it also covers all the general things like stance and body alignment, and types of archery. If you a were a compounder, I wouldn't think you'd necessarily need the mastering archery book (which I've been told covers much the same stuff, but more generalised to include recurve) - as a fairly recent beginner, I found the compound book alone very comprehensive. Not sure about the technique analysis book. Would be good to know if it was more for coaches or for assessing your own technique critically. In any case, I can't praise them enough, although dare I say they deserve a higher print quality?

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