Wireless headphones are a must have item for anyone who spends large amounts of time in the gym, or on the move. It can be highly irritating when the chord of your headphones gets tangled in your hair or jewelry and connecting your headphones to your music device wirelessly makes for less hassle when it comes to listening to your favorite tunes.

With wireless headphones, you don’t have to carry your phone around in your hand or pocket, you can just dump it in your bag or suitcase, hit shuffle and enjoy!

This year we have seen more companies actively promoting their wireless headphones and with prices coming down, it is no longer considered to be such an expensive option to invest in. In light of this, we have prepared a list of the best wireless headphones of 2016, so you can kick back, relax and enjoy your chord-free listening experience. See the video above.

Bose SoundLink On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones

Providing you are comfortable wearing on-ear headphones as opposed to ear bud ones, then Bose offer an excellent set of wireless headphones for $249.95. They are a little on the expensive side, but if you are sick of constantly replacing poor quality headphones, then it could be a solid investment for you.

These wireless headphones feature the latest Bluetooth technology and they have been precisely engineered with impact-resistant materials, glass-filled nylon and corrosion-resistant stainless steel. Bose have earned their outstanding reputation due to the high quality listening experience they offer and these headphones will not disappoint.

Samsung Level U Wireless Headphones

Normally priced at $69.99 you can snap these wireless headphones up at a bargain price of  $29.95 in this retail store. These Samsung wireless headphones make for the ideal sports companion, as their sleek design ensures maximum comfort whilst effectively stopping them falling out of your ears during high intensity movements such as running.

They feature a powerful audio performance with solid bass response and bright highs. Gold-standard quality an affordable price!

Skullcandy Uproar Wireless

 If you love listening to some serious bass, then these wireless headphones could be the right choice for you.

They deliver serious bass response at a very affordable price of $49.99 and the bright orange head band color means that you won’t lose them easily! Simplicity is key with these headphones, so if you are concerned about aesthetics then it might be better to look elsewhere and increase your spending budget.

Jabra Sport Coach

 These wireless headphones are perfect for fitness fanatics as they have added fitness app functionality. Their in ear design allows them to deliver a powerful audio performance and the built-in motion sensors measure distance, pace, steps and calories burned once you hit sport mode.

Of course, there are several arguments that wireless headphones offer poor quality and they are unpredictable with connection etc. However, technology is always advancing and product designers are always coming up with new, innovative ways to overcome the challenges stopping customers from making the most of wireless headphones.

If you can learn how to breathe correctly, then you will be able to substantially improve your singing technique. A large part of being able to sing well comes from mastering proper breathing techniques, which allow you to project and control your voice better as well as protecting your vocal chords during long performances.

There are several excellent learning resources available online for free, such as this tutorial videosfeaturing the best breathing techniques, which allow you to practice while you watch. Here is a small selection of the most effective breathing techniques for singing.

Slowly But Surely

When you breathe in, you should stand with your feet shoulder width apart and inhale a slow and steady breath. Observe where the air you inhale is going- you should aim to expand your torso, chest and belly as you breathe in and whilst you exhale focus on pushing the air out from your belly, or diaphragm.

This is the correct breathing technique for singing, so make sure to practice this daily until it becomes natural.

The Imaginary Band

Whilst you are singing, you should imagine a rubber band is wrapped around your diaphragm. This will allow you to control your airflow better when you exhale, as well as enhancing your ability to project your voice correctly.

If you are struggling to use your imagination, then read this article to better understand how to do practice this technique.

 Build Stamina And Strength

Correct breathing with regards to singing requires you to breathe as deeply as possible. Doing exercises to increase the amount of control you have over your diaphragm is incredibly important in order to be able to sing to the best of your ability.

To increase your stamina, try breathing in for four seconds, holding for four seconds, then exhaling for four seconds. Once you have done this, increase to six, then eight and so on all the way to twenty second intervals if you can.

Lie Down

Mastering the correct breathing techniques for singing includes being aware of not only your breath, but also the position of your body, especially your belly. This somewhat complicated exercise can be made much easier by lying on the floor, flat on your back and placing a book on your stomach.

As you inhale and exhale, watch how the book rises and falls with your breath. The book should rise up when you inhale and drop down towards the floor when you exhale.

Suck through a straw

Pretending to suck through a straw whilst you inhale will allow you to experience what it is like to breathe through your diaphragm naturally. To do this exercise, simply purse your lips and breathe in slowly and deeply through your mouth.

Don’t worry if you make some noise, as this exercise is not supposed to be done in silence. Exhaling with pursed lips allows you to breathe out a slower pace, which means that you won’t run out of breath mid way through holding a note in a song.