Three simple vocal warm-ups that you can do in your car.

If you are a singer on your way to a voice lesson, rehearsal or a gig, it is always good to do a bit of warming up in the car. Because 15 minutes of warming up can do wonders for your voice. Breathing: Waking up your respiratory instrument is the most important part of a warm up sequence. Round your lips as if you are going to whistle and begin inhaling. Inhale 10 seconds, hold your breath for 10 seconds (optional), and exhale for 10 seconds. Repeat the whole process 10 times. Make sure your breath feels low and you don’t have any air compression in your upper chest or throat. Keep your abdominal muscles relaxed. Lip trills: Make a motorboat sound with your lips, with and without phonating.

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