Before every singing practice, commit to at least 15 – 20 minutes to really wake up the muscles.
The perfect warm-up routine begins with gentle drills that put as little pressure on your vocal muscles as possible.
These drills will release any tension in your throat and neck.
Allow only a small amount of air should pass through your vocal cords.Humming and using lip trills are two great ways to do this and I give you samples a little later.
As you progress through your warm up, you can introduce more air flow drills that produce sounds closer to normal singing.
These warm-up drills don’t all have to be short, simple and repetitive.
Some can be longer and more complex to train your voice for more complicated phrases in songs.
Because these vocal drills tend to be simple, you can focus on technique.
There’s no need for you to get caught up in the lyrics or emotion of the song.
Warm ups also smooth out your vocal breaks, releases tension, and strengthening areas of your voice.
Like other muscles in your body, you need to develop your singing muscles to work efficiently.
As your vocal muscles get stronger, so will the power in your voice will.
Vocal warm-ups also work wonders improving your vocal range.