How to sing 101 Part 2 – How to sing great with correct posture and effective breathing

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How to sing 101 Part 2 – How to sing great with correct posture and effective breathing

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This is part 2 of my FREE short course “How to sing 101 – the essentials singers need to know!”

In this video I demonstrate correct posture and effective breathing, that will set you up to sound the best you can when you sing.

Correct posture is so important because without it you won’t be able to breath effectively. And without an effective breath to the vocal cords, you will not get a great sound.

Correct posture involves standing in such a way where you feel tall and proud, buoyant and free and completely grounded. It involves getting rid of all the ‘kinks’ in our body so that the air can flow freely from our lungs to the vocal cords.

Effective breathing involves a low and deep breath, where you will see expansion in the tummy, ribs and back. This expansion allows the lungs to really breathe in its full capacity.

Practice practice practice and make correct posture and effective breathing a part of your daily life and see your singing improve!

41 thoughts on “How to sing 101 Part 2 – How to sing great with correct posture and effective breathing

  1. Patsy Pease says:

    This has helped me so much Kerri! Thank Judy Garland “Torch ” songs
    are so much better! Especially..”The Man That Got Away”…major fat tummy
    time! Lol Thank you!!

  2. The Songbird Tree Kerri Ho says:

    Patricia, It pleases me to know that this video helped you sing song much
    better, that is awesome, keep it up!

  3. The Songbird Tree Kerri Ho says:

    oh, thanks for your warm appreciation, Mary Luz!

  4. MorbidDoll1 says:

    Very helpful! thank you Kerri 🙂

  5. The Songbird Tree Kerri Ho says:

    Good to hear. You’re welcome 🙂

  6. Kerri, I love your videos! Thank you very much for being so generous in
    sharing your knowledge!!

  7. The Songbird Tree Kerri Ho says:

    Glad to hear that! You’re welcome

  8. Lilja Grönrus says:

    I have spinal deformity which means I can’t have good posture :/ does that
    mean I’ll never be able to sing that well?

  9. Hai Duong says:

    I love this video! You are Vietnamese, arent u?

  10. The Songbird Tree Kerri Ho says:

    +Schmutts You’re very welcome!

  11. amirun akmal says:

    Expanding The Stomach Is ok..But i’m having difficulty with expanding the
    ribs and the exercise for that :(

  12. Rei Snowflake says:

    Thank you for making these videos!!! It helped me in so many ways!!! Many
    thanks again!!

  13. Raimundo del Rio says:

    great teacher.. God bless.

  14. Umaporn Sukchai says:

    Wow – Great useful tips, Kerri !!

  15. VEERA GVM says:

    thanks for your tips but i had a doubt that weather we have to breath
    using our nose or mouth or both can u please help me

  16. OMG, you’re the best vocal teacher I have encountered on youtube!! Very
    well done!!

  17. Jitske Trijntje says:

    Original stuf, very good stuf everywhere, use the material with preference,
    What is the name of the belt? Want to order one. Ebaywise.

  18. Reynan Paul Pelare says:

    Best of all the best vocal coach..!! <3

  19. emiliyo2010 says:

    Hey can i use these techniques for screaming? 

  20. Kelly Robinson says:

    Wow, you’re a phenomenal teacher! Thank you so much for taking the time to
    post this! Funny, informative, and interesting—couldn’t ask for anything

  21. Volde Mort says:

    Hey, Kerri
    I want you to please please please‼ make a video on how to sing ALREADY
    HOME BY A GREAT BIG WORLD, Can you please ♥ ☺ ♫ ♪

  22. Meresortsitar says:

    As someone suffering from depression while trying to fulfil my dream of
    becoming a folk singer I find these breathing exercises not only good for
    practice breathing but also very mentally soothing. As singing requires
    relaxation as we learned from the previos video, these breathing exercises
    truly are a win-win thing. :)

  23. Gallagherbros8 says:

    I just loved your channel especially this video. The most detailed,
    cheerful and energetic tuts I have ever seen..! The explanations and
    comparisons are wayy awesome 🙂
    Thank you so much..!

  24. Brenda Carolina hs says:

    Please can You make more ejercises of breathing … 

  25. TheMissP76 says:

    I really love your singing courses, its very clear and effective, thanks a

  26. Foodforcougars FFC says:

    Hey Kerri! Awesome video! by any chance do you have the link for the
    elastic band?

  27. VIDEOHEREBOB says:

    This was outstanding. So many singers miss the breathing part or downplay
    the significance of a deep, low breath. They also don’t realize that this
    can be very physically demanding at first, but so important.

  28. The Songbird Tree Kerri Ho says:

    #HowToSing101 #CorrectPostureAndEffectiveBreathing #SingingTips

    How to sing 101 Part 2 – How to sing great with correct posture and
    effective breathing

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    How do you create buy Brado

  30. kraft dinner says:

    You are honestly the only singing channel that actually helps me. Loveeee
    all your videos (:

  31. timewasteland says:

    My breaths become even more shallow when I try to breath with my stomach. I
    have to use my chest because my stomach just doesn’t want to expand :0

  32. Carlos Sheppard says:

    Since I am a singer/songwriter/guitarist, I enjoyed the advance book, and in particular the parts about song structure and singing on stage.

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