I want to reference a blog that I visit regularly as a cool training resource. AESOPIAN'S TOTALLY AWESOME JOURNAL
In his most recent post, he brings up a great exericse in asking yourself some questions about your training to address some of the finer points of your game that may not be getting enough attention. Below I've lifted a short section but I encourage everyone to take a look. Like anything out there, taken it in, digest it and see if it's for you. This may not interest you but for me I'm already working on my list of questions, positions and options. -Luke
Pick out a random question and give it serious thought. Be objective and honest with yourself. Write down your answer if you need to. Did you have any new ideas?
Pick a random thing to try. Follow the instructions as well as you can. Write notes on how it went. Did you learn anything new?
If you type up your answers to the questions or if you have an interesting experience trying one of the ideas, tell me about it here in the comments or by email.
Questions to Ask Yourself
How good is your hip movement on the bottom?
What part of your game needs the most work?
What position gives you the most trouble?