• Welcome to the Speedsolving.com, home of the web's largest puzzle community!
    You are currently viewing our forum as a guest which gives you limited access to join discussions and access our other features.

    Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community of 35,000+ people from around the world today!

    If you are already a member, simply login to hide this message and begin participating in the community!

New Year's Resolutions

rowehessler

Member
Joined
Nov 25, 2007
Messages
877
1. stop gaining weight.
2. stop eating like a fat piece of lard
3. lose weight
4. beat my NAr single before Harris does.
5. get an official sub11 avg (.05 awayyyyy ughhh)
6. get the BLD WR again....LOLOLOLOL
7. get a WR in something other then 2x2
 

Cyrus C.

Member
Joined
Oct 17, 2009
Messages
2,159
Location
IOWA
WCA
2010COLA01
YouTube
CyroKarat
LEARN PIANO
You can't learn piano in just one year.

Goals:
• Sub-15 AO100 3x3x3
• Sub-1 AO100 4x4x4
• Sub-5 AO100 2x2x2
• Sub-40 AO100 3x3x3 OH
• Learn full OLL
• Learn CLL
• Have 2+ competitions on my WCA profile (Indiana winter?)
• Practice cubes other than 2x2-4x4 more often.
 

Cyrus C.

Member
Joined
Oct 17, 2009
Messages
2,159
Location
IOWA
WCA
2010COLA01
YouTube
CyroKarat

Edward

Member
Joined
Oct 17, 2009
Messages
2,499
Location
Your default internet browser
WCA
2011KING01
YouTube
twistnturn44
You can't learn piano in just one year.
yeah you can.

You just can't be pro in one year.
I meant you can't become good at Piano in 1 year, & who wants to do something but not be good at it?
Who says? Let me set my own limits k?
I'm gonna go ahead and set my own limit: I aim to be Sub - 10 consistently in the next week. See how that sounds?
Its not like mines is impossible/too unreasonable. 1 year to get decent at piano is dooable with enough effort.
 
Joined
Aug 27, 2007
Messages
139
Location
Florida, United States
Non-cubing related:
Get down to my optimal weight
Not drop a class this semester
Save up enough to actually buy a decent drum set

Cubing related:
Sub-16 3x3x3 average
learn 2x2x2 CLL
Practice edge pairing enough to start getting decent times on big cubes -.-
 

Cyrus C.

Member
Joined
Oct 17, 2009
Messages
2,159
Location
IOWA
WCA
2010COLA01
YouTube
CyroKarat
You can't learn piano in just one year.
yeah you can.

You just can't be pro in one year.
I meant you can't become good at Piano in 1 year, & who wants to do something but not be good at it?
Who says? Let me set my own limits k?
I'm gonna go ahead and set my own limit: I aim to be Sub - 10 consistently in the next week. See how that sounds?
Its not like mines is impossible/too unreasonable. 1 year to get decent at piano is doable with enough effort.
So is sub-10 in a week.

I suppose it depends on your definition of decent...
 

Cyrus C.

Member
Joined
Oct 17, 2009
Messages
2,159
Location
IOWA
WCA
2010COLA01
YouTube
CyroKarat

ajmorgan25

Member
Joined
Mar 6, 2008
Messages
369
Location
USA
WCA
2008MORG01
YouTube
adamj425
You can't learn piano in just one year.
yeah you can.

You just can't be pro in one year.
I meant you can't become good at Piano in 1 year, & who wants to do something but not be good at it?
Sure you can.
As I said before, Edwards perception of good is < My perception of good.
Well I used to be extremely active in music and I think that you can get "good" by most people's standards in one year if you really make an effort.
 

T3hKyng

Member
Joined
Oct 14, 2009
Messages
5
1. Do Better in School (failing at the moment :( )
2. Get my own cubes and not borrow friends
3. Learn More f2l
4. Start Working out again
 

Cyrus C.

Member
Joined
Oct 17, 2009
Messages
2,159
Location
IOWA
WCA
2010COLA01
YouTube
CyroKarat
You can't learn piano in just one year.
yeah you can.

You just can't be pro in one year.
I meant you can't become good at Piano in 1 year, & who wants to do something but not be good at it?
Sure you can.
As I said before, Edwards perception of good is < My perception of good.
Well I used to be extremely active in music and I think that you can get "good" by most people's standards in one year if you really make an effort.
I too am very active in music, I just have a couple things that make me doubtful that Edward will be good in a year.

1. He's kind of old for starting an instrument.
2. I'm doubtful he will have enough time, he's a teenager, going into high school/already in high school, active in football & probably other sports, Frequents the forums often, & cubes. I don't see enough time in here that he'll have enough time to practice.

Of course if Edward is already a musician I'll raise the chances.
 
Top