Archive for January 2015

The Big Picture in Mind

Floor concept This is a personal tip and it might be completely contrary to the method that you usually use to exercise and accomplish bigger tasks. In my opinion, this “big picture” method can help you to stay focused while enjoying your training success bit by bit. Try to see your training program as some…
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Finger Drumming Training

Importance of training Training is important if you want to make progress, and so is a certain amount of structure in your finger drumming training. Training structure helps you to stay disciplined. Ideally, your training plan should have different focuses and should highlight not more than three specific focus areas per training session. Make sure…
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Finger Drumming Practice Tips

No physical teacher A big advantage of the XpressPads finger drumming tutorials is that you can repeat chapters and exercises as often as you like and anytime you like. The tradeoff is that you are obliged to evaluate your progress on your own and without professional human feedback. This requires a certain amount of self-reflection…
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Handedness in Finger Drumming

For most people, one hand is more skillful and stronger than the other. It is probably the hand that you use to write. This imbalance is not a disadvantage for finger drumming. Of course there will be exercises that require equally trained right and left hands, but your non-dominant hand will probably never be as…
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