COLL was already in use by most top cubers, I just never bothered learning it.
Thanks for all the replies, reading different threads gave me long-term and short term goals that I will most definitely need to improve. *Two thumbs up*
Hi there, don't give up!
Reading your post tells alot about your current level of cubing... and to be frank there is still much for you to learn.
As an addition to the NewCuber000 post:
Solve the cross in 8 moves or less: http://www.cubezone.be/crossstudy.html
This is where you could start...
I will definitely do that, my F2L is ok-ish, but not perfect and I think there is where I'll be able to cut my times.
Thank you, Rubik's DIY cubes were the "Bees Knees" back then. As of now I purchased a Gans 356 Air solely based on the reviews it has.
It's amazing how much it has grown, I...
The speedsolving community has grown quite a bit since the last time I dedicated myself to speedsolving the cube. My cube hasn't seen any daylight since late 2011 and even then... I stopped practising around 2009.
Watching the World Cube Association's website has left me baffled and...
I started out this week with cn and i do at least one avg of 12 a day with all the colours.
I'm around 15 with yellow and 25 with the rest.
It's not that hard, just be patient.
P.S. it's also quite fun to see my times drop down by the seconds again instead of tenths and hundreds.