Practising effectively is an art form that is rewarded in a physical re-wiring of your brain and sustained skill. The old paradigm of "just hit more balls" is not going to cut it.

In any game area, the nature of your practice needs to reflect your stage of improvement.  It's a journey from being a bit average at a particular skill, to learning something much better, that in turn becomes robust enough to work under pressure. 

To that end, this section takes the qualities we learnt about in Learning Toolkit, and describes four styles of practice sessions to take you onto the next stage in your development.  They each have a specific purpose, are relevant to any game area and can represent an hour of practice or five mins.