How to setup a good practice routine – make a practice program
Follow the lesson here: https://youtu.be/1rP2AvDDdjM
A good practice routine is worth a million.
Your practice routine decides how you progress in your saxophone playing.
If you are good at setting realistic goals and find out how you develop skills the best, you are able to get much further, also with limited practice time.
You need to know what the most logical next practice step is for you – do you need technique, playing songs, improvising, sound exercises, theory, putting it together, learning stuff by heart, ear training.
And maybe most importantly use your time as effectively as you can, be realistic and at the same time have a lot of fun practicing.
I have made the “ultimate practice program planner” which you get for free when you subscribe to my newsletter on my website.
I will walk you through all the steps in making and executing a great practice program using the “Ultimate Practice Program Planner” fitting your personal needs.
We will focus on all the following topics:
How to set a goal from what you want to learn.
Find subtopics in your goal setting.
What subtopics do I need to work on to get to my goal?
What methods shall I use to get the best result?
How do I divide my time between the different topics?
What is realistic for me?
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