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Saw this on AT bit ago and there are some good suggestions there. The problem is there are too many suggestions. Yeh, who do you listen to?
The a2a has already been mentioned and it probably is an issue, but she already has the bow and is apparently enjoying it. I'd like to see a clearer picture, but we'll work with what we have. What rest is on the bow? Is it for fingers or release?
Is she planning on hunting? If not then take the quiver off the bow. The short a2a allows for more movement at the shot and the weight of a quiver on one side will exaggerate it. Loosen up on the wrist sling. It should not be tight to her wrist. Is she gripping the bow tight? Try loosening the grip to being totally relaxed. Try turning the bow hand out at about a 45 degree angle so she shoots more off the meat of the thumb and getting the bow off the palm of her hand.
Her overall body posture isn't bad, but could use a some tweaking. Most notably she is leaning back slightly. She just needs to distribute her weight more evenly on both feet and pull her hips backwards to stand upright. You already read it on AT, but keep the upper body in a T shape as when shooting level and bend at the waist to shoot down. Also it looks like she is tilting her head into the string to see through the peep. Not bad but just a little. I'd suggest she look at the target and keep looking at it while she draws and anchors. If she can't see through the peep then maybe it needs moved a little (probably higher).
As I said, not bad overall. Just some slight adjustments. Try one at a time trying to get it right. Then let her shoot enough to adjust to a new feel. Then make another change. Do it in steps. Last but not least is to let her have fun.
I also read that she shoots every evening. Sounds like you may not be getting your dinner on a regular basis. LOL. Nature of the beast. You started it, right?
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