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    Advice on traditional grip

    you mean something like buzz rolls?
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    Advice on traditional grip

    Tbh, if you really suffer from a form of dystonia, the issue is purely coming from the brain, i.e. our muscles, tendons, nerves should be perfectly fine as close diagnostics don't tend to show anything wrong. That said, brain controls motion and placement so as when having an ankle twist, brain...
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    This video series are very good http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/index.php?threads/advice-on-traditional-grip.122949/post-1644723
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    Ok great, basically do you think that just exercising the extensor muscles of the finger could help or the different resistance and surfaces are important?
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    Thanks a lot for your thoughts. I will try to experiment for a couple of weeks. Are you referring to this kind of exercise? https://nicros.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/finger-band-extension.jpg I bought similar tools to recover from a tenniselbow due to drumming as well...
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    Hey I've been following your video series, it helped thanks, If you still have some advices pls do so, don't mind the outfit, it's very hot these days :)
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    that is indeed the description neurologists have given technically thank you. However I am still unsure if paralyzing the main forearm flexor muscle is really a good idea, I can understand that it works for small finger muscles though.
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    Advice on traditional grip

    and you feel ashame even to complain about your weak hand not fast enough...
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    amazing to see this guy at work, especially here! Thanks for sharing! I must say I quite feel the same as your experience except that I probably pushed to far the practicing and forcing of the left hand. Now that I think back, I always struggled to get even a little bit close to the dexterity...
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    Thanks a lot for your words, I am going to take a close look at that. Onwards!..
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    Advice on traditional grip

    I wish I'd have read that ealier... https://www.drumeo.com/beat/reclaiming-my-hands/
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    Advice on traditional grip

    bettter than a thousand words :) https://drive.google.com/open?id=1JH2Uje9ZH9FwJTwSGTnAI_Qw2XJRi71_
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    Advice on traditional grip

    Thanks a lot for this detailed explanation, not sure what you mean by elbow rotation, like lifting it up a little? Cheers
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    Advice on traditional grip

    this this and this.
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    thanks, when you talk about wrist motion, you mean this kind of practice? pretty good video imo
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    Thanks for your tips, I'll definitely check that. It is a heartwarming thing to be able to talk to drummers with almost the same condition as me. After one year of knowing about my condition, I must say that I am still unsure about "what" we are really struggling with. I don't know how you...
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    Advice on traditional grip

    To the original poster, I am sorry to dig up this thread but I suffer too from focal dystonia on the left wrist/forearm (writers cramp) for a year now. I had to switch to trad grip as my wrist will bend down as soon as I catch a stick with matched grip. I have encountered exactly the same...
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