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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!
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.