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One of the most challenging parts of practice is actually practicing. Practice means working on something you can't already do. If you're making mistakes and you notice your patience being challenged, you're probably practicing. If you sound great in the practice room, you're jamming, not practicing. Being dedicated to your practice means understanding the process takes time.
A huge part of developing a skill is mental. Having an intention in your practice will keep you focused, on task, and aware. Setting goals in one version of intention. Taking notes and working on specific areas of improvement require intention and attention. All of the DrumMantra exercises are built on an intention to systematically develop certain skills.
Responding musically in the moment requires a wiring of your mind & body. The most efficient way to develop this skill is to build muscle memory through repetition in your practice. All of the DrumMantra exercises are designed to keep you focused on an exercise for a specific durations of time in order to build muscle memory as well as mental focus.