Lesson Description

How to Build a Practice Routine

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On this week's episode of Ukulele Webcam Sessions, Matt begins a 3 part series on practice routines. He talks about how to build a practice routine using a flavorful analogy. Like any good diet, Matt explains how a practice routine should help you reach your goals while also aligning with your preferences and nourishing your skills. He describes 3 main components needed to create a well balanced routine and gives you a little taste of what's coming up in the next couple of weeks.

If you want to see more Webcam Sessions like this one, check out the list below. Matt's covered tons of practice and learning tips that he applies to the uke.

Ep. 69 - Slow is Smooth, Smooth is Fast
Ep. 66 - Always Something
Ep. 61 - The Pancake Method
Ep. 48 - The 3 E's of Learning
Ep. 47 - The Value of Making Mistakes
Ep. 32 - How to Practice to Perform!
Ep. 9 - How to Achieve Your Uke Dreams

If you're eager to start building your practice "plate", check out the courses below. They cover some of the topics and techniques that Matt mentioned. Or if you're looking for a full "meal delivery service" when it comes to your practice routines, check out our Practice Sessions.

Essential Chords: Great for beginners looking to improve fretting and chord vocabulary
Basic Strum Course: Covers everything you need to start strumming
Fingerpicking Basics: Filled with short fingerpicking exercises
Mastering Your Fretboard: Learn where all the notes are on your fretboard
Music Theory for Ukulele: Dig into some important music theory concepts


For more from Matt, check out his Ultimate Ukulele Strumming Course in the Ukulele Underground Marketplace.


  1. Matt! Great video…
    My ideal “meal” is to be a very well rounded musician
    and that will enable me to venture out into ANY type
    of music. Look forward to your videos and love ALL
    that you guys do at UU….
    ??, Rick

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