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TigerMix.com, Inc. Releases DVD to Combat Repetitive Motion Injury Caused by Muscle Tension

  • Issued By: Agency
  • City / State: High Bridge, NJ
  • Phone: 908-638-5545
  • Company Website: http://www.TigerBill.com
  • Submitted: November 8, 2010 10:55 pm


High Bridge, NJ, November 8, 2010:

TigerMix.com, Inc, dedicated to promoting health and well-being, is proud to announce a DVD aimed at the drum community. According to Dr David Bollard, team physician for New Jersey Cardinal Class A team for the past 10 years and a drummer, “The problem with repetitive motion injuries is that most people create a tension in their muscles that causes inflammation to pass through tendons and ligaments causing swelling which causes us to experience pain. Repeated motion causes more swelling which results in more pain. To avoid that type of injury you must stay stretched out and very loose. I’ve been playing the drums for over 30 years and have never had a drum related injury and I credit a lot of that to the Tension Free Drumming concepts I learned from Tiger Bill.”

Tiger Bill’s Exclusive Tension Free Drumming Concepts

Professional drummer and educator “Tiger” Bill Meligari, winner of the NAMM “World’s Fastest Drummer” Competition, has spent the past 30 years developing a system of drumming that allows musicians to perform at maximum speed with incredible precision, power, and endurance but without the muscle tension that can cause repetitive motion injuries. Tiger Bill, who trains students worldwide, released his first DVD on Tension Free Drumming Concepts for hand technique in 2007, which taught his core techniques. Now he has announced the release of the second volume, which covers his advanced Tension Free Drumming Concepts.

DVD Release Party

Tigermix.com, Inc will be sponsoring Tension Free Drumming Concepts: Advanced Hand Technique DVD Release Party on Saturday, December 4th in Butler, NJ from Noon until 4PM. For information on how you can join Tiger Bill for lunch and enjoy a free Drum Clinic afterward, visit DrummersWishList.com or call 908-638-5545.


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  • Member Since: October 4, 2010