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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by frankmike, Feb 12, 2010.
The sugar between your cheek and gum will also cause a healthy dental bill for the dentist.
Maybe you need to break up your practice a bit with more rest....
Exactly what I was about to say! A couple years ago I started implimenting practicing ten minutes on, ten minutes off, etc, and my practicing has improved ever since. I used to just practice until I got tired, take like two minutes off, then just keep pressing onward and my practice sessions weren't nearly as productive! Definitely something to consider!
I'll try it, 10 mins on, 10 mins off ten times during the day. its 100 minutes netto, 200 minutes brutto. I think I can squeeze it into my time sheet.
but what about warm-up, my warmup takes 10 minutes usually. hmm do I cut it down to 3 mins?
Sugarless gum, recommended by a teacher for dry mouth due to nerves. Citrus is good too. I like the Maurice Andre idea.
I think you have to feel how the lips are responding - it will be different each day. But I would say rest after a few minutes in the warmup. Its also about what you are doing in the warm up.
Thanks guys you help me a lot when i have that problem i usually keep my water bottle next to me and just sip water now and then
NOW I'm going to try that 190 min on and 10 min off and see what I'll improve