Any suggestions or exercises I will take.
Ok, I think I get it. You are right handed/footed and want to be ambidextrous or at least not feel like your left limbs are holding you back. That can be achieved on the drums with enough practice time which will be different for everyone.Im looking to play patterns freely without physical restraints or locking into my right foot or right hand, when I don’t want to.
I've married the left turn signal on more than one occasion, blocking the turn lane with a string of cars honking their horns behind me.When you're on a walk convince yourself that with each step you hit a pedal. Your right footed bass drum plays on 1 & 3, your hi-hat left foot on 2 & 4 (where a backbeat would typically be placed).