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« Reply #15 on: February 11, 2011, 07:09:34 PM »

Yes and BOT Tongue

we had  our lesson last night to complete the new part of our routine. now the difficultly is getting the timing right. the only dance we have yet to change is the quick step but I think that may stay the same. but I wait to see what the teacher says.

today we are having a lesson with Davide Tonnizo, his connection between the dancers is quite different so I will see what that does to our dancing. Shocked
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« Reply #16 on: June 11, 2012, 08:56:54 AM »

Havind travelled to many comps and had advise from several different dteachers along the way, it is something that was raisd that we ned to simplfy our routines, the steps are very hard in spots and unless you can execute them well it is better to have something else that you can do well, so this is something we will discuss with out teacher.

we have already implemented some of the suggestions, but I agree keep it simple
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« Reply #17 on: June 11, 2012, 09:28:54 PM »

Havind travelled to many comps and had advise from several different dteachers along the way, it is something that was raisd that we ned to simplfy our routines, the steps are very hard in spots and unless you can execute them well it is better to have something else that you can do well, so this is something we will discuss with out teacher.

we have already implemented some of the suggestions, but I agree keep it simple

Yes, the point is that the judges only see you for a few seconds so they don't know (or care) if you can do difficul steps.  You can't afford to do something that is not perfected just in case they look at that moment - they won't know that you are terrific in the simpler part of your routines...
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