comps aren't training, they just give more chances to have a good official time. the lockdown may have made more people stay at home and practice things that can be done easily at home such as cubingNot only these 2 young Chinese cubers, JiaZhou Li who is the 2x2 champion in worlds 2019 also set an insane 3x3 average PR recently. Chinese cubers are really rising up these days. I think one of the main reasons is situation of the virus is pretty stable in China and they can already have many competitions to train themselves. In Hong Kong, there’s only 1 competition a year and it’s cancelled due to the pandemic
The video will be uploaded once the comp ends,
Do you want to post to the record video solves subforum?The video will be uploaded once the comp ends,
The video will be uploaded at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyjDyvRSBxRGzDO-ZzTRFxA
Currently the video has been uploaded to Ruimin's channel,
Pennsylvania Championships is coming up soon. I plan on being there. Virtually certain new records will be set there.It's very possible that we'll see in the US and Europe the kind of progress that we're seeing now in China if we ever get competitions again.
The Jayden post about CN speculates that CN might even create pausing. One thing about these new high tps cubers is that part of their high tps is virtually no pausing. So advanced algsets might not be worth simply ironing out slight lookahead mistakesImagine if they learn to be colour neutral, advanced F2L techniques and stuff like WV. They'd probably be sub 6.5. Meanwhile I'm struggling to be sub 10. And I'm guessing Han could beat Felik's 5.53 AO5 pretty soon.
I think it's similar with learning a new language. When you're a baby and a kid, the first 7 years are crucial for learning the language(s) you're going to speak, and during this time it's much easier than having to learn a new language later in the future.Kids learn skills faster is the best explanation I have. And cubing is taught in preschools apparently while most other countries kids have to look it up themselves. Combined with a huge population, we're bound to see prodigies popping up.
Practice helps but most young people even highschoolers can find 2 hours to practice something they are really into.probs cuz they can practice 2-5 hours a day because they have a lot of free time? I don't think they use advanced techniques so not too many concepts.
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