How Vocal Warm Up Exercises Can Reduce Stage Fright

So vocal warm up exercises are one of the most important things to think about when it comes to learning how to be a better singer. If you want to avoid strain and damage in your voice vocal warm-ups are what you need to do to warm up and wake up the voice. They are something that should be done every morning and every day before you sing more strenuously because vocal warm-ups are good for protecting your voice. Before doing strengthening exercises warm up exercises should be done first.

In order to protect your voice and a warm it up, you need to do vocal warm up exercises first, and then you can do vocal strengthening exercises, which will help you sing higher notes and also help you expand your range. Your vocal warm-ups and strengthening exercises should be done daily.

If you would like to learn how to perform with less anxiety and stress I would like to give you some stage fright tips. If you are prepared for a performance this is one of the greatest ways to avoid stage fright. The question is are you preparing for your show?

If you have been working to strengthen your voice over the past several weeks then that is the best way to be prepared for performance and ready to sing.

Another way to make sure you’re prepared is to make sure that you can hit all the notes in the particular song you’re singing and know all the lyrics by heart. Another way to lessen anxiety is to visit the venue where you will be performing a couple of days before hand. This will release the fear of unknowing by giving you a mental picture of what you can expect when you get there.

Making sure to sing from your diaphragm is the next singing technique that I would like to talk about. How your body is positioned is one of the most important parts of singing from your diaphragm. Proper posture with your shoulders relaxed down by your side gives you a better chance of singing from your diaphragm. Also you need to take complete breaths and not short breaths like you do when you are speaking. Because breathing for speaking and breathing for singing are different, you want to avoid chest breathing, which is short breaths.

When you are speaking you allow the chest to collapse, and you take short breasts. When you are singing you want to make sure that your chest stays high and that you take complete, full breaths. Implementing correct singing techniques includes singing from the diaphragm, and what I talked about here is how to do it.

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