Usually selling for $19.95 + $5 shipping and handling___free to our readers__ is information on “How to Whistle Mary Had a Little Lamb”___first published as an original poem by Sarah Josepha Hale on May 24, 1830.
Start by curving your tongue in a concave shape using the Genioglossus, Hyoglossus, Styloglossus, & Palatoglossus muscles in the proper sequence required to effect the various notes. Next focus on contracting the Caput Zygomatcum, Caninus, Orbicularis Oris, Quadratus Labii Inferoris Triangularis & Zygomaticus muscles in the face that purse your lips. At the same time contract the Platysma, Thyaroayoid, Amahyoid & Sternohyoid muscles in the neck that control throat tension.
While you are performing the above don’t forget that you will need a wind source to power the notes. Use you deltoid and trapezious muscles to raise the shoulders. Use the pectoral major and minor muscles and latisimus dorsal muscles to expand the chest cavity, filling both of the lungs with the correct amount of oxygen. Next, use the Rectus Abdomus muscles to contract & work the diaphragm to squeeze the correct amount of air out of the lungs, up the wind pipe, past the larynx, up to the back part of the throat, over the tongue, and out the lips.
Make sense? Then WHY do you think today’s golf instruction makes sense? They use a similar approach____conviencing golfers that the golf swing is very difficult. When in reality, if you can whistle___you can have a superb golf swing! It’s that simple!
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