Here's the question you need to answer for yourself. Do you have the discipline for daily versus weekly practice?
Now, this doesn't mean it has to be an hour or more each day of practice. Actually, our brains work better in bite-sized sessions rather than full course ones. The issue we run into with practicing on a weekly basis is not only are we literally playing catch up on where we wanted to be by the end of the week, but our brain is also playing catchup each week to make the connections.
It is better for you to take 5 minutes a day than 1 hour a week. Crazy right? It's more days but less time overall, but there is also another added benefit to daily practice over weekly.
Research shows that on average it takes about 2 months to form a habit. Missing one day is okay, as long as you pick it right back up. This habit formation is not something that is accomplished doing weekly practice because the thought is, "Well, I'll just make it up next week."
So, here is a teacher telling you to practice daily. Whether its 2, 5, or 15 minutes. Make it bite-sized, you'll be surprised how fast your skills will grow.
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