How about learning?
We need to "make mistakes". If we do not make mistakes in training process, it is easy to perform, then we need to make adjustments, we need to make training faster, cleaner or field smaller/larger to increase difficulty of training.
Don't set learning difficulty too high
But you can't go beyond your limits and make mistakes all time. A moderate task is fine, but if you're feeling frustrated, it's too hard. If you feel that the training process is especially easy, it also means that you are not in a training state.
Put to learning state
A goal that can be achieved through hard work is best state. Without problems, you will not be able to fully benefit from training. We must constantly reflect on our own training process, whether we are constantly setting goals to challenge ourselves, or simply completing tasks.
Set new goals
So we have to constantly add new content and challenge ourselves, otherwise learning curve will be greatly reduced. If we challenge ourselves, mistakes will inevitably be made along way, and there is nothing wrong with making mistakes, they are our good teachers and friends to help us move forward.
This is so-called "state" we're talking about today. In fact, it's all hidden in regular training. Regular scientific and self-disciplined training, coupled with smarter assistive techniques, will always keep your body at its best, welcome game and perform exclusively on field.Your attention is biggest motivation for Xiaobei!
May 25, 2023
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