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"The" MEN have spoken! They said it all !

I'm a sucker for practice. I enjoy it and I look foreward to the benefits of practice. Practice does not really make sense if you don't go out there performing it . Just like this "range golfer" I know down at the club. This guy could hit balls like Tiger Woods and John Daley.He knows all the shot in the book but he never won a match with us mortals.

I practice until I can do it in reverse. I also practice my "outs", also alternative handlings of any given effect. In this process I almost always, stumble on new moves and methods. Practice correctly too, you don't want to perfect bad moves. There is such a thing as muscle memory. Its harder to unlearn bad habits/moves

Just keep practicing ! That's the fun part for me . The rest are major bonuses!


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Practice it till it becomes a part of you, and every 'move' looks logical, and an extension of yourself.

Or like they said in Boy Scouts, practice tying the rope knots till you can do it behind you back... ;-)
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