Lesson 2 in the series of 6. This one is on Purposeful Practice.
Statements such as ‘correct practice makes perfect’ and ‘practice makes permanent' are commonly used in relation to improving skills and there is no doubt that without sufficient practice you cannot expect to develop your skills to a high level let alone achieve mastery. But practice needs to be more sophisticated than simple repetition. It needs to be purposeful and if possible deliberate. In this lesson I will look at what purposeful and deliberate practice are and how you can ensure that the time you spend developing your skiing skills is time well spent. I will also look at what ‘mastery’ is and how you can remain motivated to achieve such high skill levels.
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