I would say that you maybe start learning the basic PLLs or the easiest ones and just do some solves to get things more into practice and muscle memory. And there's also a thread like this to post your accomplishments and also a thread like this and this to ask questions like that on 3x3.I just got my first sub 30 on 3x3 (29.36) after about 2 months of interrupted cubing. I know full intuitive F2L, beginner OLL, and beginner PLL. Are there any other techniques that you would recommend to improve my times even more? It would be great if I could hear from you
Ah yes, that guide is really good for CFOP users and is awesome that @Zubin Park created it and also is updating it for free!!! So be sure to check it out.
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