What I should have said is that "I have no clear evidence". I get no clear differences and some posts on here don't convince me either.there is no clear evidence
Once you can accurately quantise a poor shot, and make that poor shot repeatable, THEN you can actually assess with real evidence IF one set of limbs behaves differently to another.I am curious to know what can cause one set of limbs to punish poor shots while others don't punish them so much.
Yes. But it's a logical fallacy in reasoning that therefore, something does happen.Just because you can’t measure/model/hypothesize doesn’t mean it doesn’t happen.
I’m not getting into an argument because there is no point. I have my opinion and you have yours. I’m quite happy for you to have yours. But I don’t seem to be allowed mine?Yes. But it's a logical fallacy in reasoning that therefore, something does happen.
It's very close to the same type of reasoning that because an object which is flying can't be identified, it is therefore an alien spaceship.
In terms of being an equipment sport, that's an interesting observation because at some points it's true.
I'd just like to point out that: I’m not getting into an argument because there is no point.I’m not getting into an argument because there is no point. I have my opinion and you have yours. I’m quite happy for you to have yours. But I don’t seem to be allowed mine?
Point 1 is just stupid - doesn’t appear to align with any of your other data based arguments. You are continuing to work on the premis that an Elite (or even pretty good) archery can not provide valuable input on the quality of their shot. And yes, I do believe with the right data gathering tools you could break it down to data. But do you need to. IMHO no. You’re over complicating it.
Point 2. Well I’ll tell you what I’ll pitch any archer on the board with their equipment against you with no equipment and we’ll see who wins.
Matching equipment to the individuals style and preference is key. You do it by initial feel and long term performance evaluation. Same for pretty much any equipment support where the human is an integral part of the process.