"Consective flam 4's. The flams can be played with wrists only or a combination of wrist and finger. Wrist
can play the 'down' stroke and fingers can play the 'grace' note - then reverse sticking."
"Long inverted doubles run. Try to keep the inverted roll sounding as
smooth as your best single stroke roll. Play with and without the accent on the first stroke
of each bar."
"Combination of l6th and 8th notes to create a snap/herta symmetrical warm-up. A clean but relaxed pinch between hnger strokes
is the key to increasing speed with this exercise.
"Consecutive pull-out accents from hand to hand. Maximize the dierence in volume between the quiet and loud notes."
"Triple Ham exercise. The Hams start on the third l6th note and finish on the tihh. Stick height is key
to playing each Ham; _grace' note - low _full' stroke - high."
"A 2 bar phrase written using 32nd notes in 12/8 .fhis example is an modihed version of warm-up #17. An extra stroke is added
by the opposite hand to embellish each triple stroke.
"A 32nd note _snap' exercise in 4/4. The rhythm here is designed to be challenging with snaps starting on several off-beat
l6th notes in a row. It becomes easier to grasp at faster tempos.
"Switching from snaps to regular doubles. Adding accents to beat _1' and the _and of 2 allows you to more easily hear the
rhythm of this warm-up. It's important to reverse the sticking with this one."
"Combining singles, snaps and doubles. This pattern also works well when moved around the kit. You can also play this
warm-up symmetrically for an added challenge."