I'm sorry to bombard this forum with endless numbers of questions, but I've always loved receiving advice from those better than me and figure there's no better place to do it than in a place full of awesome bassists! I've recently created for myself a 3 hour practice regimen to be completed daily and changed weekly, broken into 6 1/2 an hour slots, and I've been pretty good with it. However, I feel like I'm not getting results as I should. While I realize anything takes time, I've recently been almost going backwards on some songs I've been learning (YYZ by Rush and Sun of Nothing by Between the Buried and Me). YYZ is particularly frustrating, as we've been learning it for the band I recently joined, and while I'm spending the most time on it, I seem to be making the smallest progress and while this could be due to my lack of experience (1 year vs. 4/5 years), It's quite disheartening to see my efforts go seemingly to waste. So, what am I trying to say? Basically, does anyone have any advice for getting the absolute most out of practice sessions, (not specifically learning songs too, as I need to work on my sight reading abilities as well). I had thought about assigning a schedule every day rather than every week, but I thought I'd ask you guys to see if I could get some helpful tips.