I asked a straightforward query on the last seminar:
“How much has everyone improved within the 12 months since we last got together?”
I’ve practiced the identical basics on a regular basis for a long time.
On a regular basis Rain or shine. Summer, winter, spring and fall. Over and again and again………………………………………
And I’m never satisfied. I’m not fast enough, I do not hit hard enough, my basic “technique” is NOT in any respect satisfactory.
I do not train lots of “techniques”. But, I train those “techniques” so much.
Basic fundamental stuff. That is all I can handle.
Over and again and again and again and again…………………………..
Because I’m NEVER satisfied. I’m not fast enough, I do not hit hard enough, my basic “technique” is NOT in any respect satisfactory.
Nope! I’m NEVER blissful.
It is likely to be nice to “do” more advanced, complex, and exotic stuff.
But personally I can not justify it. I see far an excessive amount of room for improvement in only essentially the most basic fundamental stuff.
Because I’m never satisfied. I’m not fast enough, I do not hit hard enough, my basic “technique” is NOT in any respect satisfactory.
I assume the issue is that I do not have a clue as to when these basics grow to be “good” enough. Seems to me I could spend the remainder of my life continuously working at improving only a handful of solid basics and still NEVER be satisfied. Never be fast enough, never hit hard enough.
Rattling. Consigned to an existence of fundamental basics. Well, I assume I’m just one in all the unfortunate few.
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