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Stwert's Progression

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Sep 10, 2021
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Sydney
Well if you want to improve on 3x3 I would start by learning 2 look OLL and 2 Look PLL. I am doing that right now and I used to be 35 seconds and now i am 25-30 seconds. Then learn the whole CFOP method. Here is the website i use to practice.
Algs and CFOP Method- JPerm.net
Timer- CS TImer
I type my times using a Yuxin Timer.
 

stwert

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Joined
Jun 17, 2021
Messages
66
Location
Canada
Thank you everyone for your suggestions, but to be honest, I really don't need "learn x to get faster" tips. I know what I need to do to get faster, and I've already learned most of what's been suggested. It's a common difference between a younger cuber and an older one. I learn new stuff before I really get quick at the previous skills. I don't have very much in muscle memory.
Anyway, not to sound ungrateful, but I'm okay to progress at a slower pace and I'm aware of most of the things I need to do next.
So just to be clear, I use cfop 3LLL. My 6yo uses beginner CFOP (4LLL) and my 4yo uses beginner method, and his pb was for 3x3, not 4x4, lol.
 
Joined
May 28, 2021
Messages
290
Location
Cubing
Thank you everyone for your suggestions, but to be honest, I really don't need "learn x to get faster" tips. I know what I need to do to get faster, and I've already learned most of what's been suggested. It's a common difference between a younger cuber and an older one. I learn new stuff before I really get quick at the previous skills. I don't have very much in muscle memory.
Anyway, not to sound ungrateful, but I'm okay to progress at a slower pace and I'm aware of most of the things I need to do next.
So just to be clear, I use cfop 3LLL. My 6yo uses beginner CFOP (4LLL) and my 4yo uses beginner method, and his pb was for 3x3, not 4x4, lol.
oops sorry didn't notice that
 
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