Singing Forum by Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy
Hey Dudes and Divas!

Welcome to Singer Forum by Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy. Enrolled KTVA vocalists have access to the full singer forums, self-registered members have access to limited areas of the KTVA singing forum. Register to learn more.

To enroll in Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy Singing Lessons click here.

Getting Tired While Singing

So I have really been working on breath support and breathing/singing from the diaphragm. I have noticed that I am no longer getting tired in my throat but instead am getting tired around my stomach and core. Is that bad?

Comments

  • WigsWigs Posts: 824Moderator, 2.0 PRO
    I had the same issue to begin with. The use of new muscles could be a factor until they gain strength and stamina. Another cause to be careful of is unnecessary stomach tension. you don't need to over tighten your abs to get correct support, its all about the diaphragm.
  • doc_ramadanidoc_ramadani Posts: 3,144Administrator, 2.0 PRO, Facility Management
    Yes, ONIC, this is an extreme sport. When I began to use diaphragmatic support I was drowned in sweat when I came from my Volume 1 exercises.

    Doc
  • endrits079endrits079 Posts: 25Member
    me too when I started breathing my stomach would get tired and I wouldnt be even able to breath properly anymore but as you exercise it will grow stronger
  • GaryDrummGaryDrumm Posts: 442.0 PRO
    I sweat like crazy and am usually exhausted after a performance. I think this is because I put my body through a pretty serious work out when I’m in stage. But, as with any work out. You only get stronger over time. Keep rockin’!
  • JohnAngelJohnAngel Posts: 2Member
    ONIC said:

    So I have really been working on breath support and breathing/singing from the diaphragm. I have noticed that I am no longer getting tired in my throat but instead am getting tired around my stomach and core. Is that bad?

    Try using Ken's video about open throat technique and imagine yawning sensation not pushing
Sign In or Register to comment.