My teacher, Mr. Oyata, always said it’s better to train ten minutes a day than an hour on the weekend.
The more often you train the better you get. It’s like cramming for a test. It’s much better to study a little every day. Cramming doesn’t always give you reliable results. That’s not to say it’s not good to train for an hour, it’s better than nothing.
When you get home after class:
Take a moment to make a note of what you did in class
Run through it real quick to make sure you still have it
Run through it each day for as much as you can – even if it’s only ten minutes
This will help you build the muscle memory you need. It will also help you to ask questions and to be able to better define how to do your technique
Practicing this way will help you to see improvement faster!