Continuing on with our series on how to build an effective practice routine, this post will dive into the value of programming your routine in cycles. Make sure you go back and read the other blog posts in this series. Part 1 dealt with assigning proper exercises based on your goals. Part 2 discussed how […]

This week we continue with part three in our series about building a personal practice routine. In the first part, we covered how to assign exercises specific to your goals, and in the second, how to determine proper tempos and repetitions for the exercises you choose. This post will continue with a discussion on three […]

This post is part one of a two part blog. To read part two, click here. On January 15th, I posted an article outlining a method of practice that I was following that incorporated progression principles of powerlifting (say that three times fast..) on my blog. If you haven’t had a chance to see that, […]

For this example, I chose the Ballerinas Dance from Petrouchka. If its your first time going through this template, I might recommend trying it as is, so you get an idea of what works, and how you might adjust it for your own playing. Ultimately, the important part is that we approach learning in three […]