My first challenge was to beat my personal best.
It was a bit of a challenge, I was aiming for a 5 minute effort, and it took me almost 30 minutes to get through it.
It’s not that I couldn’t do it, it’s just that the time and energy was pretty great.
I’d had a couple of hours of practice, so it was pretty natural.
It took me a few hours to realise the challenge I’d set myself and was aiming to reach.
That said, I didn’t really lose focus.
I was always looking at what I could do better, and I kept practising my karate throws, which I still haven’t mastered.
The hardest part was getting used to my new throwing motion, which was completely new to me.
I found it really relaxing to watch the ball bounce around in my hand.
The most important part was finding the balance between getting the throw right, but still maintaining the pace and staying in the flow of the game.
I’ve got a long way to go to reach a consistent success rate, but I’m definitely excited to be at the next level and see where I am.
I’m not really sure what my next challenge will be.
Hopefully I’ll find a few ways to improve the speed and consistency of my throwing motion.
It’ll be interesting to see how I do in my first try.