16th Notes Over the Bar Line
One of my favorite 16th note phrasings.
The basic concept is this: you play continuous 16th notes between your snare drum, toms and bass drum(s) in a repeating 6 note grouping. This results in a pattern that alternates between starting on the downbeats and upbeats. When practicing this type of pattern, pay attention to keep the notes even in volume (not accenting the downbeats more than the upbeats) and the tempo steady so as to not get ahead of the beat. As always, start slowly and speed up only when you can play it evenly at slower tempos.
In 2 bar example below, the six beat phrase (2 snares, 2 toms + 2 kicks) repeats 3 times while going over the bar line which causes beat one of the second bar to become a bit obscured before finishing with a floor tom on beat 2 of the second bar. I then do a single-stroke four with my bass drums and snare to kick into the outro of the song.