Yesterday I put the limbs on the hunting bow and strung it up for a few shots. The increased weight was obvious, but manageable. I couldn't hit anything, but that's another topic for another day. Lol This morning I bent over to hook my beagle on her leash and BAM my back/chest knotted up and I thought I was having a heart attack! It was hard to breathe, but the pain was more in my back. After the visions of Red Fox chanting "this is the big one" has subdued, it became obvious the muscle(s) along my spine on my draw side had spasm/knotted up. No doubt it's from shooting the heavier weight bow, and not properly stretching before/after. Getting old doesn't have to be painful, but some precautions have to be taken. What do you guys do pre/post a session of shooting to prevent issues?