I can start one hour per day maximum or 30 minutes at the lowest. I will increase the duration by 5 minutes every week.
I will try to practice an hour after breakfast or just before dinner, though that might get interrupted if I get called.
I’m not sure how big the set should be before I start a new set, but that will depend on my stamina.
I’ll stop intensifying my habit if I get too fatigued.
You can create multiple sets with smaller durations if you wish to get more practice in a day. As you progress through the habit challenge, see if you can take lessons from how Kobe Bryant trains every day. It’s in the chapter about the Motivation Myth.
Anyway, I saw the part about Kobe’s daily training routine. Man, it’s amazing how he does it!
About triggers, I’ve decided to reschedule some of my chores after breakfast so that I remember to start practising after I do my chores. It also helps to practice knowing I’ve gotten a lot of stuff out of the way already. I already have my own calendar so I use that. I reserved some space for practice. It’s not ideal but it’s spacious enough. I have a camera so I can look at myself after I practice.
I haven’t tried many other triggers yet, but I am hoping that practicing after chores will work.
You can also use an alarm for the first weeks or so just to help you get used to the thought of practising after your chores. That being said, your habit should be doable without an alarm so you shouldn’t use it for too long.