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Hey I'm Jonathan

Post by Jonashred on Sun Jul 03, 2011 5:01 pm

Hey I'm Jonathan.

Not sure if I classify as a student, but I did buy one of Mr Robots Ebooks awhile ago.

I currently do 3-4 hours a day, for about 3 weeks a month, mainly technique oriented, and review progress at the end of the month. I'm pretty strict and hardcore about it and have noticed quite a fair amount of improvement so far.

When I do my routine, I stick at the speed or whatever I'm doing for the full 3 weeks, and don't break with that at all. I think of it like wearing a plaster-cast, and at the end of the month I breathe out and see where I'm at. I find this works best for me and have gotten the most progress from it. I also find that progress is more "visible" this way.

Currently I'm working on tightening up my right hand in general as I feel it was/is slightly behind my left in terms of overall control.

Good idea about setting up the forum and glad to be here!
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Re: Hey I'm Jonathan

Post by ROBOT on Sun Jul 03, 2011 7:36 pm

Thanks! and Welcome to the forum. You totally classify as a student since you are doing the material in book form.

I use the same sort of learning in phases where I break out of the cast now and then to check and then put my head back down and program it all in.
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Re: Hey I'm Jonathan

Post by Jonashred on Mon Jul 04, 2011 7:29 am

Excellent, glad to be here.

Program it all in eh, Robot programming, I like it Very Happy
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