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    TM P.E.T.E.

    Personal Embouchure Training Exerciser

    The P.E.T.E.TM is intended for use in addition to your instrumental practice, and not as a replacement for

    any part of it. Regular use of the P.E.T.E.TM will strengthen the support muscles of your embouchure. Do

    not use this exerciser immediately before playing, as you will be tired. However, a rest period of 1-2 hours

    before playing should be sufficient.

    Exercise 1

    Place the disk end of the P.E.T.E. behind your

    lips, in front of your teeth. Gently pull the

    exerciser forward with your thumb and

    forefinger. You will feel the disk pulling your lips

    away from your teeth. Resist this action with

    your lip muscles. Use your common sense and

    instincts to regulate this “tug-of-war”. You will

    quickly feel the muscles of your chops

    responding to the challenge. They may feel

    warm as new blood is summoned to the area.

    Stop and take a break from this isometric workout if a burning feeling occurs.

    Patience is required when building muscular strength.

    Exercise 2

    Place the narrow end of the P.E.T.E. between your lips, in front of the

    teeth. Squeeze the P.E.T.E. from all directions with your chops.

    Note: It is not necessary to let go of the P.E.T.E. to support it solely with

    your chops. The important action here is an omni directional squeeze

    toward the center. Remember that the P.E.T.E. is a tool to assist you with

    your playing and not an end in itself. It is possible to replicate this action

    without the P.E.T.E. but it is a good “prop” to remind you to add this type

    of exercise to your daily routine.

    Note:

    Brass and Wind instrument playing is an art and a skill. It is also a physical activity which requires not

    only breath control, but a steadfast embouchure that will not break down before the end of a

    performance. Professional Quarterbacks throw the football great distances with accuracy. They do this by

    practicing their skills on the field. What we don’t see are the hours of preparation in the gym preparing the

    muscles groups needed so that they can practice these skills. Doing either one of these activities in excess

    is less effective than doing both in balance. Use your P.E.T.E. as an adjunct tool to assist you in becoming

    a better player!

    Important Safeguards

    Keep out of the reach of children. The P.E.T.E.TM is small enough to cause choking in small children.

    Sterilize the P.E.T.E.TM after each use and do not share with friends without first cleaning thoroughly.

    Do not use the P.E.T.E.TM around moving objects, people (or pets). Do not use this exerciser while driving.

    Use this product for its intended purposes only. Warburton Music Products is not responsible for damages

    resulting from the misuse of this device.

    Warburton Music Products 1-800-638-1950 www.warburton-usa.com

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    TM P.E.T.E.

    Personal Embouchure Training Exerciser

    The P.E.T.E.TM is intended for use in addition to your instrumental practice, and not as a replacement for

    any part of it. Regular use of the P.E.T.E.TM will strengthen the support muscles of your embouchure. Do

    not use this exerciser immediately before playing, as you will be tired. However, a rest period of 1-2 hours

    before playing should be sufficient.

    Exercise 1

    Place the disk end of the P.E.T.E. behind your

    lips, in front of your teeth. Gently pull the

    exerciser forward with your thumb and

    forefinger. You will feel the disk pulling your lips

    away from your teeth. Resist this action with

    your lip muscles. Use your common sense and

    instincts to regulate this “tug-of-war”. You will

    quickly feel the muscles of your chops

    responding to the challenge. They may feel

    warm as new blood is summoned to the area.

    Stop and take a break from this isometric workout if a burning feeling occurs.

    Patience is required when building muscular strength.

    Exercise 2

    Place the narrow end of the P.E.T.E. between your lips, in front of the

    teeth. Squeeze the P.E.T.E. from all directions with your chops.

    Note: It is not necessary to let go of the P.E.T.E. to support it solely with

    your chops. The important action here is an omni directional squeeze

    toward the center. Remember that the P.E.T.E. is a tool to assist you with

    your playing and not an end in itself. It is possible to replicate this action

    without the P.E.T.E. but it is a good “prop” to remind you to add this type

    of exercise to your daily routine.

    Note:

    Brass and Wind instrument playing is an art and a skill. It is also a physical activity which requires not

    only breath control, but a steadfast embouchure that will not break down before the end of a

    performance. Professional Quarterbacks throw the football great distances with accuracy. They do this by

    practicing their skills on the field. What we don’t see are the hours of preparation in the gym preparing the

    muscles groups needed so that they can practice these skills. Doing either one of these activities in excess

    is less effective than doing both in balance. Use your P.E.T.E. as an adjunct tool to assist you in becoming

    a better player!

    Important Safeguards

    Keep out of the reach of children. The P.E.T.E.TM is small enough to cause choking in small children.

    Sterilize the P.E.T.E.TM after each use and do not share with friends without first cleaning thoroughly.

    Do not use the P.E.T.E.TM around moving objects, people (or pets). Do not use this exerciser while driving.

    Use this product for its intended purposes only. Warburton Music Products is not responsible for damages

    resulting from the misuse of this device.

    Warburton Music Products 1-800-638-1950 www.warburton-usa.com

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