1-19 Creating Your Practice Plan




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We’ve been talking a lot about successful practicing. And we all know the importance of it. But what exactly does that look like? How do you best use the few minutes you’ve set aside to practice?

Let’s wrap up the First Adventure with some helpful tips for a successful practice plan!

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Great ideas and pointers on how to setup our practice routines, especially working on focus topics. wonderful.
Gracias Tomas

This was a very good start to building confidence. I am making flash cards to help me remember what each chord is. Anything that can be done for a very sore pointer finger on the left hand? It is hard to practice with it being so sore from pressing on the strings.
Thanks so much.

Tomas (Administrator) September 10, 2019 at 1:09 pm

Hi Michael,
Flashcards… That’s a cool idea!

On the sore finger. I’m glad you asked. This is a good thing to deal with now while you’re just getting started.

In short, you’ll want to make your guitar easier to play, press only as hard as you need to make the sound, and adjust your hand position. I can explain these much better with video…

Watch these lessons:
1. https://www.tomasmichaud.com/sore-fingers-guitar-setup/
2. https://realguitarsuccess.com/courses/guitar-practice-habits-proper-posture-hand-positioning/

Tomas (Administrator) November 30, 2018 at 8:29 pm

That makes sense Graham.

I’ve found watching this video and looking at the plan earlier than scheduled helpful

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