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Mick Lunzer
I rarely recommend books, movies or anything else to my friends, but this E-book by Laido Dittmar is awesome! If you are serious about any kind of skill, this book is going to be useful to you. If you are a beginner this will help. If you are a veteran like me and feel you have no chance at keeping up with all those young kids, give this a try! After reading it I completely changed the way I practice. I saw results on the first day. He makes a lot of claims, but I really think they are valid. The approach is thoughtful, a lot of research and heart went into this project.Trust me it is worth every penny. I am not affiliated with the author, I don’t get anything from this. It really inspired me and is driving me to improve in a big way. To me this was a gift! I want to pay him back by supporting him and getting the word out to everyone I know. I also want to help my fellow yo-yo player friends with something I sincerely believe will make a difference. Thanks again Laido I wish I would ha
2 years ago
Gergely Bagdi
“Practice” is a great guide to those people in particular who train hard, strive to be better everyday, but looking for answers to questions regarding to their struggles. As a Hand to Hand acrobat I could relate myself to the story of Laido and I’ve found many useful techniques to progress faster in my own discipline and ways to approach my training of new skills or improve old ones. I think breaking though obstacles in our everyday practice is one of the biggest challenge we all face. Having a strategy that delivers the results you are looking for, could save you from a lot of unnecessary frustration and makes you enjoy the process more than ever.
2 years ago
Dávid Szemes
A fantastic journey mixed with psychology, philosophy, math, neuroscience, physics and still understandable for everyone. You can use this book in so many aspects of your life and I bet that after some chapters you will think: “Damn, it’s so obvious.. Why couldn’t I think of this myself?” But the truth is if I wouldn’t have read the book, I would have never realized it. Laido will not answer all of your questions, but he will show you the steps you need to take in order to get as successful as fast as possible, you still will need to work for your success. Nonetheless, this book is amazing!
2 years ago
Maximilian Kuschmierz
A book worth reading over and over again. When i first came across it, i was sceptic about how much i could actually benefit from it, but after reading it and implementing the principles, i found my progress becoming significantly faster and more constant. I can only recommend it to everyone.
2 years ago
Luca Pferdmenges
This book was so awesome! It has so many strategies that you might just never recognize before even tho they were (really really!) logical. I also found out that I did a few things already prior to reading the book, but one Principle about the difficulty vs. variety based skills really amazed me!
2 years ago
Gyimóthi László
Have you ever wondered what’s the fastest way of improving your skills? Because I have. Luckily, I got the chance to read this book, that covers several different aspects of practicing. It’s very informative with lots of practical tips and suggestion that you can build in to your daily routine whatever you are practicing.
 Sport psychology is undoubtedly present in every skill, it’s upon us whether we learn and use it’s mechanics or not. This book is a great tool for that, I can only recommend it!
2 years ago
Henrik Veres
The best thing about this book, is that it gives you a whole summary of the psychology behind the principles of progressing. It really can help break down your own barriers, while even enjoying your time spent on improving!
2 years ago