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    Mikalichov is offline PUA Forums Respected Contributor
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    Default Not a newbie, but back to the game

    Not a newbie, but I kind of stopped the game after getting an awesome LTR around six months ago.

    And now that it's over and I'm back in the wilds, I realize my game is not as good as it used to be (disappears really fast heh?)

    So... here I'm back, hopefully to get even better than I used to be

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    Default Re: Not a newbie, but back to the game

    Yes, any skill you don't use will disappear very quickly. That's why the wise people say "use it or lose".

    I will give you another example of this.

    Chris Hadfield that astronaut who just came back from the space station after six months had these observations when he was asked about adjusting after getting back to earth.

    He said, " His lips felt like they weighed 20 lbs ( no gravity in space so his lips adapted to that while he was up there). He said he had to learn to talk again and pronounce words again because of how his lips felt.

    He also said when he did stretching exercises on a mat it felt like there were 3 guys sitting on his body as he layed down.

    My whole point is if the human body can change that much in 6 months for a trained, athletic astronaut then how much does it change for the average guy?

    We always have to work on our skills.

    I swear by PDR.

    Practice
    Drill
    Rehearse

    For most of your game you need PDR. The rest comes from calibrating and adapting.


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