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    Having problems with shooting form

    Hi guys/gals,
    I have just started doing archery again after a 3 year lay off, i am having difficulty once i have drawn my bow back and i am in my anchor position ,i find my bow keeps dropping straight away. is this due to shoulder lock etc ,or just being out of condition ,archery muscles i mean?
    i understand without seeing me shoot it is difficult to diagnose my problems

    I shoot a hoyt podium x 37 ,55 pounds 27.5 draw length

    Any advice would be much appreciated

    thanks

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    The first thing I normally say to people is to make sure that you are standing with good posture, and that you are balanced at full draw. It's even more important when you are tired.

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