I recently switched to Mehta from CFOP.
I am now sub-20 (ya I know I suck) with Mehta and I use intuitive APDR.
My goal is to become sub-12 by the end of the year.
Thank you all for your support.
These are today's/my first Ao100 with Mehta intuitive APDR.
PB = 11.59
PB Mo3 = 12.35...
After two and a half years of cubing, upgrading from beginners method. I'm gonna create this thread to track my progression and memorize tactics n stuff.
Ill try to make an update schedule, but I'm planning and once a week or every 5 days.
WELP, WISH ME LUCK...
I currently Average around 23 seconds with CFOP, and I am learning Roux now. I am also planning on learning ZZ, Petrus, and Metha so far.
I will post every Saturday (If I can because I have to do a lot of stuff) with my progress and maybe a little way down the line a new goal or 2.
I'm switching to CFOP from Roux. I average about 9.7-10.3 with Roux, and I average about 12.7 with CFOP. My CFOP pbs will be below as I progress, and I may add some goals later:
Ao5: 10.xx (It's a mid 10 but I've gotten a lot of them, so I'll update this when I get a low 10)
So I am going to NZ SouthIsland Nationals 2021 soon.
Any expectations I should have or important regulations I should know?
How should I practice at home?
Y'all are experienced cubers, so advice would be welcomed.
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Hi I wanted to make a thread like this for so long
Now I have made one
This thread will get deleted when I eventually reach sub-10
I'll be updating it every 3-4 days with my progress
This thread will serve as a kind of motivation for me to practice
Will start updating it from tomorrow.
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