Asked by Anonymous
You know what, I’ll take that. You are correct. It does mean bad form but hey, you learn from those mistakes. The process is beautiful. I didn’t even realize I had the bruise until I was with a friend and they asked me what happened. Of course I don’t want to have a bruise every time I shoot with a recurve bow but I couldn’t help how in the moment, I didn’t really care. I just wanted to keep going.
Heh, did I tell you it was my first time to shoot with a recurve? I will say this though.. Thank you for the constructive criticism. Perhaps you could advise me on how to hold the bow without having my hand cramp after shooting for an hour? I think that was the issue to the bad form.
I do want to improve and I am trying to get better as quick as I can so thank you.