Try to practice at least 30 minutes per day, at least 5 days/week. Twice as much would be a good idea, when possible. If you are really serious, more! You'll find some more ideas in the "High School/Adult" section, below.
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You should try some ideas from the "Middle School" section, too (see below).
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Try for at least 45 minutes/day, at least 5 days/week. Twice as much would be a good idea. The upper limit is determined by your level of seriousness and by your other commitments in life. Here is a lesson about practicing that I sometimes give to high school and adult players: Say that you have an hour to practice. What sorts of things, specifically, could you spend your time working on? Let’s make a list! Then we make a list of practice items. It might look something like this:
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