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flyeogh

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Practicing while multi-tasking 

Tomorrow I have a lesson at 10:30. But, tonight there is a general election in the UK so I might be a bit knackered when I get there. On the other-hand I’ll get lots of practice in while I wait and watch the results through the night. And another 20 mins practice on the train station platform. I'll arrive up to speed but knackered

My prof often practices (repetition exercises) while watching a football match. He highly recommends it as a good approach.

Just wondered if anyone here has practiced in a strange place or while multi-tasking?

Just for fun. I’m not recommending election nights, football matches, or train stations as the way to go

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kitarist

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RE: Practicing while multi-tasking (in reply to flyeogh

quote:

My prof often practices (repetition exercises) while watching a football match.


I do this as well. Can be any sport.

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rombsix

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RE: Practicing while multi-tasking (in reply to flyeogh

I can't do that. I need to be focused on what I'm doing. If I try to watch a tennis match (go Federer!) while practicing, I find that I can't enjoy / benefit from either.

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