Archery takes a lot of hand eye coordination.
Hi, I’m Joe and I’m going to teach you how to find your dominant eye when shooting archery.
The first thing you want to do is take your hand and you want to place it like this with
a small hole in the center of your hand and your palms opened up. You’re going to take
that dot leaving both eyes open and move it to a target or an object that’s about 15 yards
away with both eyes open and move it until you can see that object. At that point you
want to bend your elbows and move that back to your eye viewing that object the entire
time. Once you’ve done that and you’ve seen the target the entire time, you’ve established
your dominant eye. Don’t only do it one time but try it multiple times in different locations.
You may that that your eye varies from place to place. If that’s the case, you’re going
to choose whatever hand you write with. If you have established a truly dominant eye,
you’ll try to shoot archery in that way. I hope this has been helpful and if you have
any other questions, go to your local pro shop and they can assist you.