That is up to you but if you donít practice regularly (or at least attend a weekly class) then it is difficult to achieve results. It is quite common for new students to be enthusiastic and practice very hard at first, only to wear themselves out and lose enthusiasm soon after.
Practice is like eating: a little and often is usually best to begin with. As we grow, we begin to eat more and more... but if we do so before we are ready then our health can suffer. Just as it is true with the food we eat, quality is just as important as quantity.
Classes are the ideal opportunity to practice for longer periods because we can do so under qualified supervision. Books and videos can greatly assist our understanding but they are a poor substitute for qualified instruction.
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