Testing, Testing RSTP Theory – Snowboarding, PART 6

Bite-sized progression is important. Success is dependent on working incrementally to build out a skill set in manageable pieces because our brains have a finite capacity for processing new information (see “Conscious Attention Capacity Bottleneck” )

Therefore, today I practiced the same movement, a heel-side falling leaf pattern down the face of the slope, but only simply added in the new element of doing the movement aggressively, with an intentional forcefulness to the movement, in order to learn-in a confident and deliberately controlled mastery over the movement.

Tomorrow involves a whole new set of challenges (see “Testing, Testing RSTP Theory – Snowboarding, PART 7” )

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