Simply put, Archery Mechanics is an in depth, comprehensive, easy to understand look at how to pick out the proper archery equipment for your body size and shooting style. It also covers in detail, proper shooting form and techniques. It is a great instructional tool that should be watched by every archer and bowhunter no matter how long he or she has been shooting. It is targeted at all archers and hunters no matter what their experience level, looking to buy their first or next bow or accessories, or to learn how to improve their shooting ability.
Archery Mechanics goes into detail on the pro's and con's following subject matter; riser styles, limb designs, brace heights, axle designs, string angles, sights, rests, releases, wrist straps, peep sights, silencers, string loops, quivers, stabalizers, broadheads, arrows, fetchings, broadhead and field point targets, and more. It also covers: draw poundage and energy, proper draw length measuring at home (without a bow), proper shooting form, proper grip and follow through, proper drawing of the bow, proper fitting of a release, shooting from an elevated stand, and much more.
There is a 20-minute section that slowly walks a new female archer through the entire learning to shoot process with a professional instructor. This instruction is very important and easy to understand.