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    Senior Member gamoboy's Avatar
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    Default spent a little time with litemup this evening

    was having some problems with my form and follow through with my new insatiable. not new but new to me. learned alot. shot alot of arrows and seen where my problems were. we dropped the poundage on my bow and that helped alot.we tinkered a little bit with some things and eventually threw on a 27" doinker a bomb and a set of 12" cartel v-bars. i was shooting alot better by the time i left and am now confident with my shots. my bow elbow is a little sore but im happy with the results. litemup (robert) is a heck of a guy and a great teacher. we shot a 7 end round of 5 spot, i hit about 7 or 8 4s about half were in the x ring though. i even shot a back tension for the first time tonight. that was way different. but it was cool at the same time. thanks robert for the help
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    Default Litemup

    Is a good friend of mine. He is one of the good guys in archery.

    Just your first year. Soak in as much advise as you can get and find what works for you.

    Nice indoor range as well. SWEEEEEEEEET!
    DB
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    As DB is saying, SOAK IT ALL IN Your learning curve will be shortened tremendously by following advice. Archery will be lot funner once you learn how to do it right!

    This is my first full year of shooting tournaments and learning the correct way of shooting. Luckily I've had some good teachers over the last year...

    Daniel Boone
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    have all helped me to elevate my game
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    Default Hey Mike

    Mike I am glad you learned some things last night and very happy to help you out. Don't hesitate to holler and come back anytime just call first. Keep workin on those things we worked on last night it is a work in progress and it does take time. B good and catch ya later

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    Senior Member gamoboy's Avatar
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    my arms still a little sore today. will be shooting alot more once it warms up though. trying to learn as much as possible so i dont make bad habbits early on
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