Hey! This is Tiger Bill…
I’m a musician who just happens to play the drums and I’ve been playing and teaching for more than 40 years. During that time I have developed a concept of drumming that allows you to perform with maximum power, speed, endurance, and precision but without the dangers of repetitive motion injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis that are becoming much too common today.
The reason for these disabilities are mainly due to the use of improper drum techniques. The reason these injuries are becoming more common is due to the popularity of metal-style drumming, also known as extreme (speed) drumming.
While I have nothing against this style of drumming – I teach and enjoy playing speed-metal grooves myself and I have competed in (and won) the NAMM World’s Fastest Drummer Competition – it must approached with caution! And by that I mean you must use a drum technique that doesn’t cause your muscles to be under constant tension. My concepts of Tension Free Drumming has been tested and proven safe and effective not only by me but by my many students over the years.
If you are interested in learning the Concepts of Tension Free Drumming I have developed, there are a number of options:
- You can visit TensionFreeDrumming.com, which is my membership site where (for an extremely low cost) beginners and pros alike can learn anything you need to know about drumming including the details of my Tension Free Concepts.
- Or You can pick up my 2 DVDs that cover my Concepts of Tension Free Drumming in great detail: Volume One – Beginnings and Volume Two – Advanced.
- Your third option is to take a private lesson with me either in my State-of-the-Art East Coast studio or over the Web using Skype on your computer. Click the following link for private lesson info: DrummersWishList.com.
In addition to the above, I welcome you to check out all of the free info on this site, which contains video excerpts from my DrumBeat Web TV Show and much more. The good news is that you can access any or all of the info on this site, including drum lessons, products reviews, etc., for free.
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To your drumming,