It’s so frustrating. As a musician, you desperately want to make progress on your instrument. You put in hours in the practice room, working your fingers (or lips) until they’re raw.
And by the end of practice, you feel like you’ve made progress.
But then something happens…
You come to the practice room the next day, and it’s as if you didn’t practice at all. As if your brain has forgotten everything you learned.
It drives you nuts. Makes you want to quit.
We’ve got some really good news. The struggle is real. Every musician encounters it. Every musician finds themselves losing the progress they made in the practice room. The problem isn’t you…
In this post, we’re going to propose a better, different way to practice that will produce more measurable results and prevent you from losing so much progress.