1. Study videos- one of the most useful ways to know how your forms looked is from video footage. Your forms can "feel" one way and look completely different.
2. Study them again… and again- viewing them entirely is good, but pay attention to those fine details that you may have missed looking at it the first time. Pretend you're watching someone else and you're trying to critique their form as if you've never seen it before.
3. Assess your forms, and see if there's a place where you can add in what's needed or take away what's not. Sometimes we have filler moves in our forms that don't provide any value to the routine as a whole.
4. Evaluate your training- are you doing the proper training for the sport were in? Longer training sessions don't necessarily equal better if you're not doing much of anything productive during them.
5. Finally, never be satisfied- be hungrier for the next tournament and always on the pursuit to constantly elevate as a martial artist and as a whole.
Sometimes tournaments don't go our way and sometimes our performances are on fire. Either way, having the proper mindset and being able to be realistic with yourself and your training from one tournament to the next will help you have that higher competitor IQ which will make you an all around better athlete.