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July 15, 2010 | Facebook and FFcP

Many hours are spent in privacy mastering your craft as you learn to play an instrument and invest heartily in the discipline to develop better technique. Still, we like to play together, and often, learn together. We enjoy sharing the challenges and the successes, the problems and the tips to get us out of our ruts. In January of 2009, we joined the 21st century and started our own Facebook group, "Fretboard Yoga." If you have a Facebook account be sure to sign up; we're hoping to get even more participants to post their personal experiences about the benefits of this creative approach to exploring the fretboard, especially as it relates to the FFcP System

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One common theme we've observed, the physical intensity of the exercises are something you need to start off slowly. With a modicum of discipline and commitment to 8-15 minutes a day, long range results are overwhelmingly impressive. Furthermore, we have yet to hear from anyone who spends more than six weeks on it complain about FFcP being a waste of time.

Check out the FFcP "Fretboard Yoga" group: FFcP Facebook Support Group

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Posted by Ted at July 15, 2010 7:39 AM


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