Discover all about How To Sing Without Straining – 2 Exercises To Remove Vocal Tension by reading the article below, and if you want to know more about learning how to sing then follow this link by clicking here How To Sing Without Straining – 2 Exercises To Remove Vocal Tension.
Two simple exercises to help you sing without straining and remove your vocal tension for good.
Perfect for belting, singing high notes and if you get a tired or sore voice after singing.
Get my FREE singing training course:
This is video 4 in my ‘How To Belt If You’re Not A Natural Belter’ series.
Vocal tension is primarily caused by your tongue being too tight. It is a muscle and all muscles develop muscle memory. If you experience a tight throat or you lose your voice after singing for a while then your tongue has ‘learned’ to be too tight so you need to retrain it.
Two exercises to reducing tongue tightness (and therefore vocal tension) are:
1. Sing your warm ups with your tongue stuck out.
This literally removes the tongue from the singing equation and will help your throat to relax.
2. Do the Lip Bubble.
The lip bubble is like blowing a raspberry with an aaaah tone added to it. You want to see if you can keep the lip bubble going steadily until you run out of breath.
Add these two exercises to your warm up BEFORE you start singing songs to help retrain your tongue to become more relaxed.
KEEP IN TOUCH
OFFICIAL WEBSITE |
GET MY FREE SINGING TRAINING: – I’ll show to how to build confidence, improve your voice and make it as a singer.
SINGER’S SECRET ACADEMY | Sign up to be notified of when my singing academy opens next for enrollments.
MY OWN MUSIC WEBSITE (If you want to hear me singing) |
MY CARTOONING WEBSITE |