3 Voice Lesson Bad Habits To Avoid
The Top 3 things to avoid Bad singing habits. These cringe-worthy bad habits are high up on my list of things that make beginner singers sound well… beginner.
If your voice gets tired after a warm up routine, or you feel a strain in your neck, you might be missing a step somewhere.
If you’ve had any formal training, you already know this: expanding your diaphragm is good, raising your shoulders is bad.
To make sure you know how to breathe correctly to improve your singing skills, stand in front of a full length mirror and place your hands at the bottom of your ribcage on both sides to locate your diaphragm muscles. While you’re breathing in through your nose and exhaling through your mouth, your goal should be to expand your diaphragm, while keeping your shoulders down.
So many singers make the mistake of whispering during their vocal rest days, thinking that if their cords are not vibrating, whispering should still count as resting.
Whispering, especially loud whispering, leads to tense muscles in the front of the neck. When you strain your neck, it becomes more difficult to sing with a healthy technique, because your voice box lacks the support from the surrounding muscles it usually relies on.
So Try to avoid these 3 vocal warmups that could end up creating bad habits for your vocal lessons.
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