Archery & Parkinson's Disease

PLEASE HELP TO FUND ARCHERY INTERCHANGE

modernlongbow

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For months I have suspected that there was something going on besides Apalutamide and its side effects. I am quite comfortable with the dual diagnosis. My cancer is incurable, but manageable. The sooner I'm on L'dopa the better. Eric Walker used to bisect the tremor and score well. I hope I don't embarrass Zone 1 at the 55+BC Games this September.
 

Timid Toad

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It can be done - the focus on muscle memory and repeated movement promotes a calming attitude. Hopefully you'll experience positive results, with a little experimentation. Best Wishes
 

little-else

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I have MS.
you need to accept that area aiming rather than point aiming may serve you better. Concentrate on the realease rather than worrying too much about a pinpoint aim and then hurrying the shot. Go with the wobble rather than try and fight it and then twitch because your muscles have anticiapated the shot.
My group size doesnt really vary with bowstyle, just how many go in the centre of the group compared to the extremities.
 
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