Housekeeping and a lesson on yelling
Ok so, back from Football Eve and it’s safe to say that if you’re not excited now you’ll never be excited. I figured I’d fill you in on how the season is going to be covered from a blogging standpoint. I plan on doing a preview of the next game sometime during the middle of the week and posting a postgame article sometime late Saturday or Sunday after the game. It looks like it’s going to be a fun season and people are really excited, more than I’ve seen in a while. So make sure you get there early, stay late, and yell the whole time (except on offense.) It’s going to be fun, come join the ride…
Incase you need help:(From WEBmd)
- Step 1
Take a deep breath, letting your stomach expand as you fill your lungs.
Tighten your abdominal muscles. This will allow you to control your exhalation.
Open your mouth wide and relax your throat. You may find that this is the hardest part of yelling. Most people close their throat when their mouth is open to keep anything from entering their windpipe. However, if you want to yell well, you have to be willing to open up.
Yell. Don’t try to yell your loudest the first time. Concentrate on being comfortable with yelling. Try to make your yell deep and powerful even though it isn’t loud. If your throat hurts while yelling–or afterward–you need to relax your throat more.
Practice until you can yell very loud and still remain comfortable. Yell frequently to stay proficient. It not only releases tension, it’s good for your lungs.