One of the most important aspects of the life of every chess player with a bit of ambition is training.
Constant self-improvement has always been the engine that keeps a player going. Training, like in any other sport, requires patience, discipline, and a strong will to work hard. If you have a coach or colleague to train with, the process can become more easy-going and fun.
However, this should not be an excuse not to study; there have been more Grandmasters who trained themselves than who used the help.
In this article, you’ll find 10 training methods that you can use in your training routine.
Some of these methods are less known and we have learned them straight from the Grandmasters who employed them. As you will understand, we’ll skip the names to not betray their confidentiality.