Hello! Big fan of the show. I am here in Indiana and I usually have always hunted deer and turkey with my shotgun. This year I’ve been teaching myself to shoot an old compound that was gifted to me, but I am struggling with drawing the bow back. I can’t seem to get it back without kicking my hip out and throwing off my posture. I really don’t want to develop bad habits, but not sure what I can do to fix this.
Bad habits tend to develop when someone is using gear the incorrect way. Chances are that the bow you are shooting has too heavy of draw weight for you. I would start by decreasing the poundage first. Another tip for drawing is to start with the bow high and come down into the draw. You don't want to "sky-draw", but this should help you by creating a little more leverage than holding the bow flat while trying to draw.