I'll tell ya, shooting with other people is no doubt better for you then shooting by yourself especially for extended periods of time. But there is just some days and times that you need to be by yourself and work on just shooting, nothing else. I have been struggling with shooting indoor distances just for an unknown reason until today. I worked on my bow hand changing it to almost being as completely relaxed as possible. I think my hand was just way too tense on the bow trying to force it to be in the right position instead of just allowing it to happen.
Its almost like its awkward keeping my hand more relaxed. Its no doubt a way better position and state of intensity, but its just so different then what I have been doing for some reason that Its just odd. Im really glad I got the time to shoot by myself and get to feel what has been going on in my body without distractions.
Anyhow I shot a 293 today and just finally enjoyed myself shooting for the first time indoors since before Christmas.
Well take it easy,