Multibomber wrote:Jesus Christ this is hard... whats it supposed to do for drumming?
It promotes the overall health and fitness of your hands.
It develops strength and dexterity in your fingers, necessary for playing with the fingers.
It helps mobilize your entire hand, so motions become easier and with less effort than before.
It is a great trick you can do for friends and family whenever there is a "Look what I can do!" competition raging.
It is a great help to drummers, who base their reputations on their hands. It is folly to not consider steps to improve the quality of one's hands and the overall health of said limb as well. We must do everything in our power to preserve the longevity of our hands. Once they're gone, we can no longer drum. It's that simple. So take good care of them. These vids help you do just that.
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