This challenge will teach you how to control your voice in any situation, using all of its capabilities. This challenge is an uncompromising option for improving your voice when you're short on time. Develop your voice to have power, to have control over your life, and to feel better about yourself. Have fun and feel confident connecting with people and discovering new perspectives. Taking this challenge does not require you to change the way you live your life. All assignments can easily be incorporated into any daily routine, whether you're a manager, an emergency physician, or a company executive. All you have to do is watch and repeat.
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The diaphragm is the "button" in your voice that is responsible for proper breathing and volume.
Practice proper breathing by working your diaphragm. Your voice will become louder, and the load on your vocal cords will decrease.
This exercise actively trains the diaphragm and engages the resonators of the head and chest.
This exercise adjusts your breathing properly and gets your larynx in the correct position. Your voice will become fuller and deeper.
This exercise will help achieve a relaxed larynx, a free and deep sound and the development of your chest voice.
This exercise trains proper breathing for speech, and makes the voice brighter and more resonant.
This practice quickly tones your voice and relieves tension in your vocal cords.
This practice improves control over your breathing. Your voice will become noticeably freer, stronger and brighter.
This exercise trains proper breathing and calms the nerves.
This exercise works directly with jaw tension and gets the larynx into the right position.
Practice relaxing your throat. Your voice will become freer, deeper, and more voluminous.
This training session is excellent for improving articulation and exercising the muscles of the lips and tongue.
The most challenging exercise in the course. It develops articulation and the tongue, as well as revealing hidden clenching.
This exercise relaxes jaw tension, making the voice more voluminous and rounded.
Great exercise for developing articulation and facial expressions.
Articulation training and working with jaw tension
This training session makes facial expressions more lively and agile and your speech clear and understandable, giving you a more serious and calm image.
This exercise will help your voice sound crisp and clear. The goal is to learn how to direct sounds to your front teeth
This practice will both remind you how to push the sound out correctly with your diaphragm, and help your body remember the mechanics of the movement as quickly as possible.
We will use the word "soon" to work on the resonance of your voice. We will do the exercise in three sets.
This exercise evens out the vocal range and trains the resonance and depth of the voice.
A comprehensive training session on working with the diaphragm and eliminating laryngeal and lip tension.
This is the last practice session, with which we will consolidate our success and work on articulation.
Reinforce what you've learned. One minute for each day of the week.
A training session for using breath support while your larynx is relaxed. This will increase the volume, power, resonance and depth of your voice.
The training session involves the resonators of the chest and head, making your voice become thicker, deeper, juicier, and more resonant.
Intensive articulation training with an emphasis on the tongue. Your speech and voice will become clearer and clearer, so it will become easy to understand what you're saying.
This exercise makes your voice solid, low and juicy. It adjusts articulation, making your voice more intelligible and pleasant to listen to.
This exercise helps the voice awaken without injury. Your voice will sound clean, clear, fresh and collected.
This is a training session which is exclusively for the diaphragm area. The muscle learns the correct movement path during speech and quickly adjusts your breathing.