Take it slowly

Take it slowly. Learn the moves slowly and then let the speed increase. There is no point in trying to do a step rapidly until you can do it slowly. If the step doesn’t work, stop at the error and fix it, and then move ahead. As much as possible, repeat the correct movement, not the errors. When you can execute the moves slowly, you are ready to increase the speed. What we are actually doing is making physical habits. If we repeat the movements we want, the habit becomes ingrained and repeatable. If we want to change a habit, we do the desired sequence slowly until the habit is formed and then work on increasing the speed. You will be more comfortable if you resist the urge to hurry the process. Practice regularly with an eye to doing the steps comfortably. You will surprise yourself with your progress in time.

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