Getting back into drumming

259 – Tips for getting back into drumming

Between the days we fall in love with drumming and the day we realize we haven’t played drums in ten years, a lot can happen. Life gets in the way: Kids, job, family, travel, health, etc. While these are parts of life, the good news is that there’s no reason why you can’t get back into drumming no matter how long it’s been since your last “Pat Boone, Debbie Boone.” Hopefully this session will give you some tips on how set yourself up to make the most progress while enjoying the practice.

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