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I’m gonna try the one month one method thing.

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So since I’ve gotten so many requests, I’m going to compile a list of methods that I’m going to do.
-CFOP | DECEMBER
-Roux | JANUARY
-Petrus | FEBRUARY
-Tripod | REST OF MARCH AFTER HF
-CFCE | WEEK 1 OF MARCH
-Waterman | WEEK 2 OF MARCH
-Hexagonal Fransisco | WEEK 3 OF MARCH
-PCMS | WEEK 1 OF APRIL
-Heise | WEEK 2 OF APRIL
-freeFOP | WEEK 3 OF APRIL
-LEOR | MAY
-Maybe some method with EO to CP to 2GLL | REST OF APRIL
 
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The FitnessGram Pacer Test is a multi stage...
So I updated original post, I only have a few more days for CFOP, and then Roux time!
Epic win!

EDIT:

Roux is fun. Let me give you some pointers to have a very fun month of Roux.

  1. Don’t time your solves for the first couple of days. You don’t need to, and it allows you to experiment with blockbuilding.
  2. Experiment with blockbuilding early. Figure out different ways to solve blocks. Watch Kian’s videos
  3. Work on LSE. LSE is the hardest part for CFOP and ZZers to master. If you’re used to ZZ (as you are), F2B will be easier for you then most. LSE will require your attention.
  4. Have Fun!
 
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So I was looking at the list of methods page on the wiki, and I found Sledgehog, a method similar to tripod but not as hard to do on last step. The only problem with this, is that not all the algs are generated, so I have nowhere to get some of the algs.
 
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