In boxing, you could try to improve your left jab by watchingvideos of Larry Holmes. But you get so much more out of trying toapply what you've learned by going to the gym and throwing thatleft at the heavy bag under the watchful eye of a trainer. You'llmaster that punch through repetition, feedback and morerepetition.

That's how you develop and improve any skill – repetition,feedback and more repetition.

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