Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Did Not Get Worse

Nothing makes me happier than to hear him say:

It was my main worry. After all, I am practising a lot less than what I used to. So there is no way I could have improved. My main aim was to maintain at the same level, and slowly work into a rhythm that will allow me to improve from there.

So after 2 sets of Yang 108, and hearing my teacher say those words to me, at least I know that the effort spent in getting myself to practise while on my own was worth it. I managed to maintain even in his absence. Which means, if I do more, I will get better.

So now, I need to work into a rhythm that allows me to practise more.