I do it also. I shoot all year, and part of my practice sessions are strictly for my form. After that I just shoot.
Starting in August, I will do my form practice, and then throughout the day I will walk out of my house and shoot just one arrow at my 3-D deer. I will vary the distances, angles, positions and situations to try to make it as much like hunting as possible. The only warm up I may do is just drawing the bow a few times without shooting an arrow so I don't pop one of my geriatric body parts!
This type of practice makes you really focus one ONE shot.
And if you can, try doing taking your bow for a walk in the woods and fields with ONE arrrow that's tipped with a Judo point, and pick out a leaf, grass clump, weed head, part of an old stump, etc. and doing the same thing. This is REALLY a great way to focus and practice, as you are then truely shooting under actual hunting/field conditions. Use the shadows, cover, and differences in the terrain and you'll get a real good idea of what your field accuracy is as opposed to shooting at the "3 "B's".....bales/butts,/and blocks.
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