Recently read this thing
It’s something to look at even if you are familiar with psychology and how your mind learns. It’s a good refresher or an insightful read.
So, Day one: Forward, down, down forward [aka DP].
Beginners: Put in your 2D game of choice and pick a character with a DP motion. Doesn’t matter if you connect, just do the move over and over till you can perform it 10 times in a row without fail. You’re halfway done. Do it facing the other direction [or maybe you have a character that has a backwards DP, like Ken in cvs 2.] till you can do it 10 times in a row. Now your done.
Intermediate: Do the above, and when you’re done with that, put in Tekken 6 if you have it. Practice wave dashing [Forward, slight pause, down, down forward], till you can successfully go from the edge of the screen to directly in front of the opponent 3 times in a row. Now practice the other side.
Combo into a DP motion in a 2D fighter from a crouching attack till you can do it ten times in a row.
pat yourself on the back and go enjoy your day.
Extra credit. Play Megaman X [psp or snes, doesn’t matter]. Get the hadouken and when you fight Vile the 2nd time hit him with 100 hadoukens. [This is actually how I used to train to do qcf when I was younger and didn’t have streetfighter. I’d see how long I could make the fight with Vile last by spamming hadoukens.]
Anyone else have any good training drills. Feel free to post them.