1. Hazel

    Solve Analysis & Improvement Plan service — Take your speedsolving to the next level and fast-track progression

    At some point in your cubing career, you will find that your times plateau. Your improvement will slow down, and you won't be sure how to get faster. At this point, one of the most useful things you can do is seek advice from other cubers on how to improve your solves. I average 11 seconds on...
  2. Sub1Hour

    Summer 2020 Goals

    Summer is only a few days away and It's always a good idea to set goals for yourself, so you should post them here! I'll give the goals for the events I care about 5x5: Get a sub 1:05 avg and become sub 1:10 global 6x6: Sub 2 Single and Sub 2:25 global 7x7: Sub 3:20 single and sub 3:45 global...
  3. C

    A way to get better.

    So, hello everyone. Today I want to tell you a way to get better at any cube.(Improvement time can vary.) A few ways I want to talk about, first one is:Stop being lazy and learn algorithms that are good and fast not ones which are easy to learn. This is a thing i realized how crucial it...
  4. Noahaha

    How to Improve: The Mountain

    This video is about an approach that I think can help most people improve. Tell me what you think.
  5. yoshinator

    How to Improve at 4x4 - A Step by Step Analysis

    I video I made for cubing world. I hope this helps some people out. Thanks for watching!
  6. yoshinator

    3x3 Walkthrough solves [Video]

    Thanks for watching! Any questions or tips, leave them in the thread or in the Youtube comments!
  7. M

    Monthly averages of 100 competition

    This thread is to see how much you improve from month to month. I'll post your results + how many seconds you have improved from last month. The scrambles will be provided by me every first Friday of the month. But only 3x3. I think an average of 100 is the best way to see how much you improve...
  8. luhdi

    Exercice to improve fingertricks

    These are just some exercice I often use to improve fingertricks and tps. This is not exhaustive !
  9. B

    [Help Thread] One-Handed Solving Discussion

    I can solve a cube in about 35ish seconds with two hands. I know 2 Look OLL and full PLL. Ive been wanting to learn how to sove the cube with using only one hand. How is this accomplished? I use my left hand but my hand often gets tired or I forget the algorithms. How do you get better at this...
  10. pcwiz

    [Help Thread] How to Get Faster using the Fridrich / CFOP Method

    PDF Version of this Guide - March 23, 2013 Welcome! This thread will be a guide to help you get faster at solving the Rubik’s Cube using the popular Fridrich/CFOP method. Please read this thread and do some forum searching prior to asking questions about becoming faster. First off, the...