There are many common barriers in speedcubing that most cubers struggle to overcome: Sub-30, sub-20, sub 15, sub-10. The faster you get, the harder it is to improve quickly, as refining your solves and identifying tiny mistakes gets more difficult. I struggled a lot to break the sub-10 barrier, and it took me quite a while to get there. This blog outlines a few key factors that are involved in breaking the sub-10 barrier, and I hope that you can find this useful in your cubing journeys.
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