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Old January 10, 2015, 02:00 PM   #9
Pond, James Pond
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only PERFECT practice is worthwhile. So, take your time. Break down the techniques you want to improve on and work on doing them perfectly slowly at first. Build speed as your muscle memory grows.
A very good point, that.

Indeed the trick is knowing which actions to engrain in the mind. Which will improve my performance. Which could have real world advantages, too etc. Then identifying each move and making it all flow.
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