FEET The proper stance for tree-stand shots is much tighter than for shots from the ground. The tree-stand platform offers little room to spread out. Practice shooting from a closed stance that's a bit narrower than your tree-stand platform.
BEFORE TEST YOUR HARNESS Steep, downward shots require a bit more slack in your harness tether. Once you strap into your stand, practice drawing for a steep angle to make sure you're not bound up.
DURING ANCHOR PROPERLY A three-point anchor ensures better shot geometry. To achieve it, put the string on your nose and the kisser button in the corner of your mouth and sight straight through the peep sight.
AFTER FOLLOW THROUGH Don't let the bow drop after releasing the arrow, or your shot will hit low. A proper follow through prevents this. Don't move the bow until the arrow has reached the target.