Keeping the Brain Engaged During Practice

10/15/2013 09:08

Dr. Noa Kageyama has written an interesting article at The Bulletproof Musician that offers some valuable insight into increasing one's productivity in daily practice. There is much research to support the idea of practicing in random practice schedules instead of mind numbing blocked repetitive practice schedules. This randomized approach keeps our brain active in our practice, and will establish strong consistent performance when we leave the practice room. Interesting! 

READ ON:

https://www.bulletproofmusician.com/why-the-progress-in-the-practice-room-seems-to-disappear-overnight/

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