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Don't leave your phone and computer within arm’s reach during practice sessions.
Put them where you can’t see or hear any notifications so you won’t be tempted to stop ...
Start slow if you’re new to what you’re practicing so you can make sure you’re doing quality work, like landing one dance move well before moving onto the rest of the routine.
Give yourself breaks in between practice sessions.
Even professional athletes and performers take time between sessions to recharge so they can maintain the right quality level d...
Run through your dance moves, speech, or piece of music in your imagination when you’re not physically practicing.
This can actually help you improve since many skills have a heavy m...
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When we are learning a new skill, practicing is key, but what's more important is the way we practice and the variation we bring in the practice.
Making the conditions slightly different while practicing improves our skills faster.
The modification between two practice moves needs to be subtle, not drastic.
Try practicing differently, making small but smart changes, spacing the practice sessions.
A waiting period internalizes your practice. It makes you evaluate the results, focusing on what works and discarding what does not work. Constant modification and refinement, along with a 'cooling-off' period sets the skill properly.