m.i.r. Posted November 26, 2014 Share Posted November 26, 2014 Most informed singers have heard of the appogio. I practice it myself and it is one of the most important things to me in maintaining even and powerfull compression. However.......I know the diaphram can move it self down under its own muscle, however it is passive moving back up. When you build compression with your back and stomach muscles...how is that actually putting compression on your diaphram?? There is no air in that area, just organs and what not. What is the medium that actually pushes the diaphram up from the muscles moving in? I am hoping this question makes sense as i was trying to figure out the best way to ask it. Like a tube of tooth paste, if you were to push it out from the bottom. Your hand presses the tube it self, then the tube presses against the paste, then once the paste builds up enough pressure it has to find an escape which is the opening. However, what actually presses against your diaphram, i know the muscles are like the hand, but what is the paste lol???? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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