March 2, 2018 at 4:05 pm #15828
The beatles – Here comes the sun 🎵 (Not much of a singer so its an instrumental) Your post is your property so protect it #respect #the #greats . . Hope you have a nice day and a great weekend! 🙏😁 . . . Thank you @rockclass101 for the lesson. Andrew you're the man🙏 please follow him & check out his youtube videos. He's very talented, helpful & a great teacher! . . . #classics #beatleslove #beatlescover #bewhoyouwant #bewhoyouwanttobe #findyourself #whynotnow #personaldevelopement #vaibhavvirmani #findyourpassion #ukulelediaries #acousticcover #ukulelecover #instrumentalmusic #ilearntthistoday #ukulele #rockriff #ukulelelove #instrumentals #uku #classicrockmusic #summersun #summerishere #summer #rockclass101
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I have been learning since September, 2017. I have never played a stringed instrument before. Its a bit tough with 2 herniated disc’s in my neck. But the methods taught here I can totally vouch for!
After finding Rockclass101 I feel like I have grown, the fear of playing a stringed instrument has withered away and its a great distraction(from the pain)
I have attached a link to my Instagram(@break.out.now) which has a video of me playing it but way better than I imagined I would ever play. Still a bit rusty so bear with me.
Thank you for your time.
To Andrew & everyone here at Rockclass101, Thanks for the free lessons & have a good day!
You guys are doing such an amazing job.
Vaibhav VirmaniMarch 3, 2018 at 1:13 pm #15831AndrewKeymaster
Vaibhav, way to go! You are rocking for such a short time of playing, bravo! I hope your pain subsides, I know all too well about repetitive stain injury and struggle with pain everyday 🙁 Hopeful that one day it will end!
Keep playing and sharing! I look forward to your next video!March 3, 2018 at 2:34 pm #15832
Thank you so much Andrew! I grew up hearing a lot of rock music so many of the tunes are etched my memory. This platform makes it a whole lot easier so kudos to you.
Oh man sorry to hear that, I would advise getting some tests done related to RSI/ Diet/Cbc and a good chiropractor to fully assess where your at (they will advise you better on the remaining tests as Im not a doctor I cant pin point the tests- sorry)
There are a bunch of exercises on youtube, you should have a look
found these as I was curious about RSI
A tweak in your diet & routine perhaps? Take a break man, it ain’t worth it
Hope you get better soon.
VaibhavMarch 4, 2018 at 9:15 pm #15834AndrewKeymaster
Actually, I have been in PT since May of last year. It has helped a lot! And before that, I had seen doctors, hand surgeons, etc… none of which were helpful until I met my current PT. Things are much better these days, still a long road to go. Thanks for all the links and the kind words!March 7, 2018 at 7:33 am #15846
Sorry for the late reply
That’s great, hear hope you feel better
Turmeric and ginger help reduce inflammatory pain while kava kava, chamomile, skullcap, passionflower, hops, and jatamansi/spikenard (the “Indian valerian”) help combat tension-related pain. And since chronic pain is often a combination of inflammation and tension, these herbs are often sold in combination formulas but I would advise getting them individually to see what works for you – I went to an Ayurved last time I got injured so she gave me some tips, thought Id share it
Have a good one bro
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