Today we are joined by Joel Turner to discuss the mental side of archery and a proven science based methodology for controlling your archery shot process and dealing with target panic. If you’re a bowhunter, this is a must-listen.

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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:

– Dan’s perspective on our Iowa #shedrally

– An update on our overall shed hunting success so far

– My North Dakota adventure plans next week

– Who Joel Turner is

– What the core problem of shooting is

– How “target panic” manifests itself in your archery

– How to take control of target panic

– The importance of words and a mantra

– Understanding a controlled shot process

– Open versus closed loop systems and why they matter

– The three decisions made during every precision shot

– Getting quick shots VS controlling your shot and avoiding rushed shots

– How to properly practice to minimize target panic

– Why blank bale practice might not be as effective as some say

– The right way to draw back and release your bow

– Advice for better handling buck fever

– How to use “combat breathing”

-And much, much more!

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