I like to read a lot and take long walks/jogs. I used to have shelves and shelves of books but now it is mostly audiobooks and e-books. I still own 3 shelves full of books though. Also, I recently started doing yoga almost every morning and I am loving it.
I've been an avid phylosophy e-books reader for a while too, lately about phylosophy applied to veganism, but teaching music, building music projects, plus now sports keep my brain busy hahaha (no, in fact yeah... I'm too lazy to read anything these days lol)
Editing a tutorial video this morning, syncing audio + video to make something cool for my students takes some times really, it's not the fun part, my PC is a bit old, and I'm using a free open source software, Shotcut, this software can do many things, but the export process is damn long and using a lot of CPU and memory ressources.
When I play double matches, I always think like a bassist/drummer pair : always help your team mate, always motivate him, never shout at him, always show him when it's good ! always make that groove/stroke he's playing shinesI collect vintage Reggae 45s!
Music&Ping;340477 said:When I play double matches, I always think like a bassist/drummer pair : always help your team mate, always motivate him, never shout at him, always show him when it's good ! always make that groove/stroke he's playing shines
Paul Jackson/Mike Clark (Herbie Hancock's 70's Headthunters)
And of course Robbie Shakespeare/Sly Dunbar !
Very good strategy, indeed. And very helpful for your doubles partner. My internal off beat helps me to stay calm and relaxed all the time.