Your voice teacher has probably recommended warming up the voice. Warming up before singing takes time and patience! Some of us have busy schedules, so it can be hard to find the time for warm ups. But don't worry - here are a few things you can do to make time for them in your schedule.
1. Singing a song you’re already familiar with – Follow along with the same beats and rhythm, but sing it at a slower pace so you can focus on your breath and get those muscles warm before you need to push them.
2. Put it in your calendar. If you do this, it may help you to make it a priority. Give yourself a daily or weekly reminder. Set it for as low as 5 minutes a day to start.
3. Find a supporter or group of people who enjoying singing as much as you do. You can practice vocal warm ups together and encourage each other.
4. Try doing your vocal warm ups on-the-go while traveling between destinations or while doing chores around the house.
5. Ask your teacher for more customized tips for how to fit vocal warm ups into your life. You teacher has probably experienced many of your struggles and can offer you the best advice.
What are some ways that you make time for practice? Comment below.
- LyricalLove Music