Posted by Josh Turknett on Monday, May 10, 2021
The whole reason we practice is so that we're a little bit better the next time we pick up our banjo. The last thing we want is to waste our precious time and effort.
In this Brainjo Bite, we'll review the 3 key ingredients to an effective practice session.
The 3 things that, if present, virtually guarantee continued progress.
About the Author
Dr. Josh Turknett is the creator of the Brainjo Method, the first system for learning banjo that incorporates the science of learning and neuroplasticity and specifically targets the adult learner.
Saturday, June 19, 2021 @11:56:15 AM
Great discussion on neural networks. It looks like delaying 4 hr is needed between new banjo “tasks” is required to remodel the CNS. You suggested that we could do other learning activities like listening and music theory. What about other neuromuscular tasks, such as playing the piano. In other words, if I practice the banjo and then practice the piano, does that extinguish the rewiring that would occur for the banjo during sleep? Or are they different enough that you can imprint both?
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