Hi there. I wanted to get some opinions on my idea of "practice". I first started with a really solid practice routine (because I had school, it was a really simple schedule ). But then, I stopped. I don't know why; maybe just thought "this much speed/technique" is enough.. I studied no theory; just 1-2-3-4;1-2-4-3-like finger patterns. But recently, I had a revelation (through some of the interviews and biographies I read); if I wanted to play seriously, I really needed to improve EVERYTHING.. So, I came up with a schedule of my own: 15 Minutes of Scale Excercises (Up and Down, and modes) ?? minutes of 1-2-3-4-like excercises (speed is important a little ) 15 Minutes of Slap (I can slap, but not very fast.. so I plan to both play some slap songs and some finger-style songs with slap..) 30 Minutes Rhytm (from the Berkeley book "Contemporary Bass Rhytms") Then 45 Minutes of Theory (mainly from Ricci Adams' site, with maybe a few scraps from some books..) and 15 minutes of sight-reading exceercises (both treble and bass) So, What do you think? I probably can't work with a 8-hour long practice session but any other ideas to improve is really appreciated. Thanks in advance..