October 23, 2017

3 Exercises As Part Of Your Deep Voice Training

When it comes to deep voice training, you have to be very persistent.

By training your voice, you really can make it sound richer, more resonant, and deeper.

If you really want to make your voice sound deeper, then you will want to read the tips below. In this post I’m going to share three voice training tips that over time, will help deepen the sound of your voice and improve resonance.

Remember, the key to a successful deep voice training program is to perform these exercises consistently!

Here are some of my favorite deep voice training exercises that you can perform to help make your voice sound deeper:

1) Neck muscle exercises

This may sound like BS, but stronger neck muscles can actually help.  They don’t directly effect the sound of your voice, but they will relieve vocal cord tension, lowering voice pitch and improving resonance.

2) Posture Exercises

Posture plays a large role when it comes to the sound of your voice. If your chin is down and you are constantly in a slouched position your voice will suffer. Simply by sticking your chest out and lifting your chin you will immediately notice an improvement in voice depth. To find the “sweet spot”, start by humming in a low pitch with your chin touching your chest. Slowly raise your chin upwards towards the ceiling. somewhere in between you will find comfortable point where your voice box “opens up”, and your voice pitch sounds deep and rich.

3) Daily Voice Exercises

Simple deep voice training exercises such as humming while slowly raising and lowering your chin can help loosen tense vocal cords, and help lower voice pitch over time. Perform a few “sets” of about 20-30 seconds daily.

If you perform the above deep voice exercises regularly, you will begin to notice an improvement in the depth of your voice over time.

If you liked these three easy to perform excercises, then you should check out my candid review of Rudy Hanes Deep Voice Mastery program. Rudy’s program is the best way I’ve found to lower your voice without surgery, or expensive voice lessons. Head over there right now, and have a read. You won’t be disappointed you did.

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Deep Voice Training – 3 Exercises

When it comes to deep voice training, you have to be very persistent.  By training your voice, you really can make it sound richer, more resonant, and deeper.

If you really want to make your voice sound deeper, then you will want to read the tips below. In this post I’m going to share three voice training tips that over time, will help deepen the sound of your voice and improve resonance.

Remember, the key to a successful deep voice training program is to perform these exercises consistently!

Here are some of my favorite deep voice training exercises that you can perform to help make your voice sound deeper:

Neck muscle exercises

This may sound like BS, but stronger neck muscles can actually help.  They don’t directly effect the sound of your voice, but they will relieve vocal cord tension, lowering voice pitch and improving resonance.

Posture Exercises

Posture plays a large role when it comes to the sound of your voice. If your chin is down and you are constantly in a slouched position your voice will suffer. Simply by sticking your chest out and lifting your chin you will immediately notice an improvement in voice depth. To find the “sweet spot”, start by humming in a low pitch with your chin touching your chest. Slowly raise your chin upwards towards the ceiling. somewhere in between you will find comfortable point where your voice box “opens up”, and your voice pitch sounds deep and rich.

Daily Voice Exercises

Simple deep voice training exercises such as humming while slowly raising and lowering your chin can help loosen tense vocal cords, and help lower voice pitch over time. Perform a few “sets” of about 20-30 seconds daily.

If you perform the above deep voice exercises regularly, you will begin to notice an improvement in the depth of your voice over time.

Best of luck!