The F Major bar chord will put your strumming practice to the test but so will being consistent enough with your practice to master the notes on the guitar. To learn all the notes on the guitar you must first want to learn them. Its easier to understand the benefits than to do what it takes master the fretboard notes.
There are virtually infinite ways you can practice to learn the F-Notes on the fretboard. Today you will see how I like to practice committing the note to muscle and mind memory.
Facts about the F-Note:
String 1: The F-Note is on the (1st)First fret and vibrates at 350Hz.
String 2: The F-Note is on the (6th)Sixth fret and vibrates at 350Hz.
String 3: The F-Note is on the (10th)Tenth fret and vibrates at 350Hz.
String 4: The F-Note is on the (3rd)Third fret and vibrates at 175Hz.
String 5: The F-Note is on the (8th)Eighth fret and vibrates at 175Hz.
String 6: The F-Note is on the (1st)First fret and vibrates at 87Hz.
Practice tips for anytime you play.
Practice your guitar playing standing up. If you can use a mirror to view your hand position once in a while. Good form will allow you to stretch out your fingers and reach those great sounding passing tones. Play with a metronome, use your smartphone if you have to (Mobile Metronome App).
You can talk to anyone who plays on the guitar professionally or just as a hobby and they will tell you they avoided learning the fundamentals, unless they went to school for it, for many years. As Youtube has shown us, just about anybody can learn to read and mimic tabs.
Once you get a solid understanding of where all guitar fretboard notes are located you will be leaps and bounds ahead of your own success and will be playing in the big leagues.