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JR Williams
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I may be beating Matt to the punch, but The Push released a new podcast this morning and the guest is Byron Ferguson.

I actually had today off and did some stump shooting for a few hours and I listened to the podcast to and from my stumping grounds. Great interview, especially for the instinctive longbow crowd, but he has a lot of good nuggets no matter what style you shoot,

I really like the diversity of archers that Matt and Tim interview on The Push podcast. Thanks guys for all your doing!

God Bless


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Hey!! You did beat me to the punch! Nicely done, hahaha.

Thanks for starting this thread. Hope your stumping went well!

"The Push - A Traditional Archery Film"


Podcast - "The Push - A Traditional Archery Podcast" iTunes Podbean Stitcher


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The Byron interview was excellent and like you, there were some different questions I would have liked in there. Hind sight is excellent stuff. When conversing about the Hill aim versus 'become the arrow'. I think many are looking for a mechanical switch to throw. Hill's explanation is very mechanical, but in short order with consistent technique and practice, I would bet will fall into the 'become the arrow' system for many. One question I would have liked is the center is the center aspect. How forced is that mentally? When I mentally force an aim, it becomes an argument. I need to feel more casual about it, exacting, but casual.
I think the general history picture of what makes the man was excellent. I was not aware of the eye speed info, makes perfect sense.


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