How to Sing – Exercising your core muscles | Sing with Scott

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Let’s exercise and strengthen your core muscles in order to create better vocal stamina in your singing. Want to learn how to sing? Subscribe to my channel, Sing with Scott, for free singing lessons and vocal exercises.

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10 thoughts on “How to Sing – Exercising your core muscles | Sing with Scott

  1. Hollie Kamel says:

    This muscle training exercise is a new one to me, so I have learnt a new
    valuable way to do this in addition to my current training. Thank you!

  2. Scott Inglis-Kidger says:

    This exercise is central to my coaching method, so I’m glad to hear you’ve
    enjoyed it! Thanks, Hollie.

  3. Gillian Broderick says:

    Scott, yes, this works very well. I have learnt recently expanding your
    diaphragm by blowing up the rubber ring around your middle.

  4. Gillian Broderick says:

    But this is a new exercise! Thanks

  5. Scott Inglis-Kidger says:

    Yes, that’s a good one Gill! Though some singers do find it tricky to
    imagine ‘blowing’ up when they’re actually breathing in. Having said that,
    having a variety of ways for singers to visualise the goal is brilliant!

  6. Scott Inglis-Kidger says:

    Thank you, OnyxBlizzard. Glad you’re finding it useful!

  7. Ginger Jones says:

    Excellent! I haven’t seen this exact exercise before. Thank you

  8. Oscar Mora says:

    They warm up your vocal chords in methods simply singing a track cannot and won’t.

  9. Ellie Greer says:

    So let’s open up the idea of what singing is. Let’s play with sound, and what it’s like to simply make noise together.

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