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    Without constant daily practice, athletes will be unable to excel.

    Without constant daily practice, athletes will be unable to excel.

    Is the sentence OK? Thanks.

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    Re: Without constant daily practice, athletes will be unable to excel.

    With "daily" you don't really need "constant."

    Maybe you mean "consistent"?

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