Welcome to episode 48 of the LJS Podcast where today we are talking about why you should stop practicing. Stop practicing!? Indeed, there are certain scenarios where taking a little bit of time off can be incredibly helpful for your jazz playing. Listen in!
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In this episode
Ask LJS: a podcast listener asks how to get better at sight reading and the importance of it.
Stop practicing if you are getting stressed out.
Stop practicing if you are over-practicing
Don’t start practicing if you aren’t ready to practice, or if you are not in the mood.
Some alternatives to practicing: listen to jazz or jam.
Mentioned in the show
A 30-day audio eCourse that walks you through focused, goal-oriented practicing, where you will be working on things that actually improve your jazz playing.