focused practice is essential.
I have found that keeping records
of practice performance is very helpful.
I recently created a spreadsheet for
recording progress during my
Optimum Practice sessions.
As far as I know,
nothing like it exists in the billiard world.
It is based on the premise
"If you can't measure it, you can't manage it."
Check it out.
My gift to readers of this blog.
This spreadsheet is for your Personal use only,
not to be copied or used for commercial purposes.
Microsoft Excel version (.xls)
for people who have Microsoft Excel software
Google Docs Version
For people who do not have Microsoft Excel
and who want to use this spreadsheet
with the free Google Docs service,
simply download the Microsoft Excel version
and then import it into Google Spreadsheet.
The Google Docs version will not have
some of the features used in the Excel version,
but it will still be quite useful.
Open Office Version
Why keep paying Microsoft for software
when there are free versions of productivity suites
available now at OpenOffice.org!
Download the Excel version above,
and download OpenOffice,
then import the Excel spreadsheet into OpenOffice.
I continue to make major
improvements to the spreadsheet
in Microsoft Excel format
along with links to my YouTube videos
which show how many of the drills are done
and gives more info on setup, etc.