Without a target.
1) Draw bow with arm straight, away from face (ie don’t go back to anchor point) solidly back onto the stops.
Hold there for a second, and then move from there to anchor keeping the pressure on the stops.
Anchor: you do not care whether the peep is in the right place, just fit the release aid hand onto the jaw and the string onto the side of your nose (left hand side for right handed the opposite for left).
Wrap thumb round trigger,
DO NOT LET THE TENSION BALANCE BETWEEN THE FRONT ND BACK ALTER, IE DON’T LET THE REAR ELBOW COME FORWARDS.
Keep the pressure on and wait for the shot to go off.
If this is difficult then do this up close (less than 5m) with your eyes shut.
Once you are sure that you are not creeping forward set peep sight (see below).
Now put up a 40 cm target and see that the sight will remain stable UNLESS you lose the balance between push and pull.
You are not interested at this point in putting the dot in the middle of the gold, you are interested in it becoming stable and then the shot going off.
2)Do the above and make the dot stable at the top target with your thumb around the trigger. Move the sight KEEPING THUMB ON TRIGGER and TENSION CONSTANT to the bottom target and make it stable on this target. Now move the sight to the middle target as above and make it stable. NOW COME DOWN. This will be difficult to begin with but you must work at it and you must not shoot the shot even though you are solid on the trigger and balance.
When you can do this you can see that aiming is easy and is not linked to shot execution. The aiming aperture will remain solid and stable.
3)Go back to close up shooting and IMAGINE you are aiming. You will set everything up and make the shot stable and picture a red and green light in front of you. While you are setting the shot up and making everything stable the light is red and the shot can not go off. When it is stable you will see the light go green and it is alright for the shot to execute after this.
YOU DO NOT EXECUTE THE SHOT, IT IS ALRIGHT FOR IT TO HAPPEN AND IT WILL GO OFF BY ITSELF.
When you are able to do this you can shoot 18m at a target in exactly the way in step 3.
As soon as it becomes unstable go back to steps 2 and 3
At around 5m Draw bow as in step 1 with eyes closed, fully anchor so han is on jaw and string is touching your face correctly. DO NOT move head forward towards string as you draw or anchor, DO NOT dip head down or shrug shoulders up as you anchor. Move peep so that when you open your eyes the peep is vertically perfectly aligned with the scope. Follow this process until it happens every time without any compensating movements.