Like last winter and the winter before this winter is cold. Unlike the prior winters I am not headed to an indoor range to practice. The ranges where I’ve practiced in the past are mask free at the peak of a pandemic. It is easier to warm up after practice than it is to recover from lung disease.
With that in mind I head outside and stand next to an outdoor propane heater trying to stay warm while not setting my self on fire. The colder it becomes the layers of clothes I wear. The more clothes I wear the lower my scores become.
It is a balance to wear the right number of layer and still be able to clear my bowstring on the release.
This is Georgia so I know warmer weather isn’t that far away.