I am sure this question has been often repeated in different forms. Like so many others, I was inspired to memory train after reading “Moonwalking with Einstein” a year ago. Since then, I have read (parts of) a couple more memory technique books. I think I know most of the techniques in theory, and I love practicing them too. I don’t really have any solid reason to memory-train: I am a PhD student in a Stem-field, and I don’t really need to remember stuff anymore (except shopping lists and such banal stuff). I would like to get better at memory-techniques cause I just like the challenge of it.
But I am lacking in a program that allows some kind of structured progression; for example, like you have “duolingo” to learn a new language, that guides you step-by-step. Or in learning piano, you have books where each page has a piece which is slightly tougher, or introduces a new technique etc. The books I studied on memory-techniques are more about introducing a technique followed by a couple of exercises.
Does anyone know of such a resource - could be an app/software. Or a book - focused on increasing complexity of exercises (rather than a lot of techniques with 1-2 exercises for each).