It's the singer's plight. How to hold on to the notes and phrase the lines smoothly with perfect support / breath control while doing a bouncy choreography. But that's why you got SingersFit! 🙂 There are no shortcuts here. The key is a strong core/abdominal wall and lots of practice of breathing / support exercises.… Continue reading How to move & sing on stage without having a shaky voice
Breathe in the lower part of your lungs. Then gradually use your diaphragm and keep your core muscles in decreasing-balloon-size mode as you breathe out (sing/exhale/blow) with gradual pressure, controlling. Keep your chest and shoulders relaxed all the time. Concentrate on your core. Watch the whole set of exercises on this video (this was early… Continue reading High Impact Cardio Exercises with Air Pressure & Voice 1
The random days that I feel in 'low singing form' because I haven't had the time to warm up my voice, I so often find myself starting the gig with a few glitches and unwanted (involuntary, uncontrollable) sounds that disappear gradually as my core muscles warm up during the gig. This means that 15-20 minutes… Continue reading Singers: The Cardio Factor
Well... obviously! I always say it to my singing students and to my fitness clients: breathing is the fuel of life! without a good breathing, it's impossible to have a good singing, let alone a healthy cardiovascular system. Breathing is the life force. As you know, our body needs oxygen to function (at least in… Continue reading Does Aerobic exercise improve Singing?