Yeah, what he said.
I’ve been using the Maehle technique, too. It’s consistent with the principles of deliberate practice.
One of the things I’ve always been amused about, when it comes to deliberate practice, is that it is recognized right up front that deliberate practice is not fun. The whole idea is that you are practicing at the very edge of your capability, which means you won’t be getting the ego-fulfillment of being able to do something easily. Basically, it’s grind, grind, grind, stretch, stretch, stretch. Sounds familiar?
This morning is led intermediate with Andrew Eppler, who is visiting from Oklahoma.