Hi, my name is Charlie Labarda. I’m here with
Expert Village, to talk about beginning archery. This moment, I will show you another position;
in case you’re hunting animals at the woods. You don’t have time to sit down, or stand
up; you must be behind a tree. Kneeling is another way, or sitting down is another way.
This is kneeling down position. Stabilize yourself; I put one knee down. You could either
sit down behind you ankle rest, or kneel up; whatever you’re comfortable, or depending
on the situation of your target. More comfortable for me is sitting down against my back of
my heel. I’ll be more stable; just like this. Another way is to put both knees down. You
can either kneel, or shoot; just depending on the position, or the obstacle you’re shooting.
I like to be sitting down on back of my heels; that gives me stable. You notice, the position
of my body is the same position while I was standing, or sitting on a chair. This is pretty
much the angle I want to sit. Most time; with this position, we’ll be shooting at some obstacles,
or a target; there’ll be something in front of you. Sometimes you have to lean forward,
or just have a better balance sitting down behind your heels. This is the best position
for me. You just have to try it for yourself; practice at this position if that will work
for you. Notice, I’ve got my bow on top of my thighs again, just to be set, so I don’t
do a lot of moving around. When I’m ready to shoot I just lift up; like this, look at
my target, and shoot.