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Practice in front of a mirror! It’s so good for you, not just to see what you look like but to spot flaws in your technique. It’s especially good for checking the angle of your bow and to see what your arm is doing (making sure you’re not moving from your shoulder back and forth) and also to make sure you have your left hand in the correct position. It works, trust me. I have had many students reap the benefits of practicing in front of a mirror