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The Non-Singer’s Guide To Sharing Music With Your Child

Why we have music is much more difficult to explain than how and why we use music. Music is based on a lot of things that we refer to in life, if you were asked the question, am I a lot happier when music is being played when I am working? Like mine, your answer to that would probably be yes, especially if it is music that you can sing along to that you know or associate with happy times.

A classic rowing program would consist of 24 SPM for 3 minutes then 26 SPM for 3 minutes and then 28 SPM for 2 minutes. This program equals approx. a standard 2,000 meter. You can mix the training images programs according to your personal training style and preference. The key to success is to use music that is easy to follow in rhythm. By counting the beats 1-2-3-4 you should end your rowing stroke at beat 1 and begin a new stroke at beat 3.

Meeting new people, seeing new places and basking in life’s experiences are the greatest sources of inspiration. It doesn’t always have to be some grand experience, nor a fabulous cross country trip or a famous person. You can get the most extraordinary stories from ordinary people and things, right?

This reminds me of Les Mills Combat 30-Kick Start workout, it started with “Bring me to life” soundtrack, excellent as a warm-up session. This soundtrack starts in a very pleasant way and then it turns into a hard rock song.

I would look at this photo every day. One day I would see a name, but it didn’t quite fit. Then the next day, another name. It still didn’t fit. Every time I opened this particular shot, something new surfaced in my gray matter. I would think about it on my way into work. I’d think about on the way home. I’d think about it as I drifted off to sleep at night.

Well the strongest and/or most popular music may get most of the income and the big bucks. But they are not necessarily the only ones making money with music. OK I may not be talking millions or new cars or houses here. But small amounts of revenue can be accrued by the most lightly active musicians. If you perform gigs at live music venues, release or sell your own music or get play on less mainstream radio shows you can still make some money with music.

Allow your creative juices to develop and grow and you just may be right around the corner from your very own next multi-million dollar spark of inspiration!

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