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Posted by Master Dufour on July - 16 - 2019 | Comments Off on Practice
We’ve all heard the saying, Practice makes Perfect. I really don’t agree 100% with that statement. Let me explain.When a person practices something incorrectly, they are not making progress. If they practice it incorrectly one hundred times, they will have to work really hard to undo all the work they had done. I like the idea of Quality Practice makes us better.

So what is Quality Practice? Let me give you a couple of tips to help you have more quality in your practice sessions.

Remove Distractions
This is a challenging one. Find a place and time that you are least likely to be interrupted. Be creative.

Quality vs Quantity
It’s not necessarily about training for gobs (is that even a word) of hours. It’s about what and how you do your skills during your session. Focus on doing your skills correctly. Be very picky. Start with 5 -10 minutes of QUALITY practice.

What To Practice?
Start with a specific area of your training that you are struggling with during class. Again, be very picky on how you are performing your skills. Discipline and mindfulness will be key to helping you have more quality in your practice.

So there you have it. Get out there and give it a try this week. Be consistent and watch as your quality practice time transforms you into a more confident practitioner.

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We’ve all heard the saying, Practice makes Perfect. I really don’t agree 100% with that statement. Let me explain.

 

When a person practices something incorrectly, they are not making progress. If they practice it incorrectly one hundred times, they will have to work really hard to undo all the work they had done. I like the idea of Quality Practice makes us better.

 

So what is Quality Practice? Let me give you a couple of tips to help you have more quality in your practice sessions.

 

Remove Distractions

This is a challenging one. Find a place and time that you are least likely to be interrupted. Be creative.

 

Quality vs Quantity

It’s not necessarily about training for gobs (is that even a word) of hours. It’s about what and how you do your skills during your session. Focus on doing your skills correctly. Be very picky. Start with 5 -10 minutes of QUALITY practice.

 

What To Practice?

Start with a specific area of your training that you are struggling with during class. Again, be very picky on how you are performing your skills. Discipline and mindfulness will be key to helping you have more quality in your practice.

 

So there you have it. Get out there and give it a try this week. Be consistent and watch as your quality practice time transforms you into a more confident practitioner.

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