The science of practice
I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times.Bruce lee
For years we have heard the phrase practice makes perfect, for me it had always felt something merely people said to drive people to work harder and longer. For a lethargic couch potato, this simply felt like an unwanted phrase repeated by individuals who never understood what it truly meant, designed to drive sheep to work better in an inefficient system.
That is until I truly understood what practice causes within our brains and how by deliberately repeating a motion or action we cause structural changes to our brain, in a way striving towards perfection yet never truly achieving it.
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Whats the science behind Practice makes perfect
This knowledge on how our brains are driven to change has given me a deeper understanding of our unlimited potential and how contrary to popular belief we will never be the same human being we were seconds into the past. Every actions brings about change and growth . the only limitation that we have is our own selection of what we wish to practice and how we spent our limited time per day to perform the actions that are important to us. You have the power to change, to grow , to evolve ; all you need to do is choose who you want to become and split the hours in a day to strive towards the pinnacle of your perfection.
“This is not just mere words of a couch potato, this is the science of practice”