The slower tempos are great for muscle development. I think it’s especially helpful for us old traditional grippers.
Got through the first two rounds well enough, but I don’t have the upper gear needed for the last round once I reach three in a row.
I’m sure this tempo is considered slow for a more experience player, but as someone without a lot of endurance built up a slower tempo would be nice, especially with the 16ths stretching over several minutes.
Agreed, Michael… I plan on going back and filling in all of these tempos. Ultimately I plan on at least 6 tempos per exercise. Some will have more… like the speed exercises.
I’m working on adding to the informal accents unit, then I plan to move to this unit and fill in some of those tempo gaps.
What a workout!
I have a couple of new tempos recorded for this… Gonna roll it out when Greg and I do an update. Angelo asked for smaller jumps in between tempos… let me know which exercises you’d like me to concentrate on.
All of the foot exercises and single strokes. Doubles are easier for me. Speaking of feet, it’s hard to imagine how much harder it is for me to get speed heel up.
80. Yeah! Not perfect but it’s a challenge.
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