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    Default posture question

    Once again I look to you guys for help.
    Back tension has been the greatest tool for me, really shows me my flaws!

    Anyway, what I notice is when I shoot to the right (I am right handed), I need to rotate my release shoulder back (more to the left) in order to maintain posture and keep my bow arm locked and low. As I type this I realize this is probably obvious...but I just want to make sure I got this right.
    but my question is:
    is this the proper way? or should I reposition my feet?

    Thanks for any help.

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    You are kind of right....you need to keep that shoulder in the spot you mention. But not to keep your bow arm locked and low. But to maintain back tension. If you don't do this those right shots are from you loosing tension and shooting a WEAK shot.....at least if your holding well and actually still shooting the release correctly.

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