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I teach singing workshops across the UK. I’m lucky to get a lot of the same singers turning up each time.Which means that I can’t keep on using the same old jokes or worn out warm up routines. Here’s how I keep things fresh.It’s easy to keep...

I use lip trills (or lip bubbles) as part of my warm ups. Some singers find them hard to do. Others don’t see the point.I’m going to share some expert advice so you can do lip trills properly then make your own mind about their use.Lip trills (or...

You wouldn’t know it when you bite into one of these juicy packages of happiness, but making wontons is a very technical process. Not only that, there are multiple approaches to folding wontons. This video shows you the basic “scrunch” method,...

You probably think you’re a great driver. Studies show that most people think they are better drivers than everyone else. If everyone is better, than no one really is. Here’s ten techniques to master to make sure you actually are better than aver...

Some people get put off by all the technicalities of singing: music theory, diaphragm, larynx, vocal blend, head voice, legato, etc.But singing is much easier than you think. Here’s how to get started.Learning to sing can seem hard because it’s s...

With an exercise as technical and with as many moving parts as the deadlift, there’s always something you can do to improve. This video by Eric Cressey explains how the width of your grip can affect your ability to lift that weight.Read more...

Your head position and where you look during a squat have very subtle benefits. You’ll be able to keep your balance throughout the exercise better, concentrate on your lift better, and be more consistent with performing the exercise the same way...