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« Reply #45 on: July 01, 2010, 12:22:24 PM »

I didn't want to comment on her muscles, but since you did, I can say that it is quite mind blowing the power produced with pure energy.
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« Reply #46 on: July 01, 2010, 01:53:42 PM »

I didn't want to comment on her muscles, but since you did, I can say that it is quite mind blowing the power produced with pure energy.

I am not sure if you have seen her with all the cylinders going. If she ever does that for you then your mind will be truly blown.

I know that when I teach it doesn't happen often that I get to dance full out. I actually haven dance full out since 1999 (Yes, I remember as it was heavenly Tongue). Wow, I just noticed..... that is a long time ago.
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« Reply #47 on: July 01, 2010, 02:26:58 PM »

I didn't want to comment on her muscles, but since you did, I can say that it is quite mind blowing the power produced with pure energy.

I am not sure if you have seen her with all the cylinders going. If she ever does that for you then your mind will be truly blown.

I know that when I teach it doesn't happen often that I get to dance full out. I actually haven dance full out since 1999 (Yes, I remember as it was heavenly Tongue). Wow, I just noticed..... that is a long time ago.


Does your ex-DP not dance anymore?  Roll Eyes
He certainly looks gorgeous Smiley
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« Reply #48 on: July 01, 2010, 02:56:17 PM »

I am not sure if you have seen her with all the cylinders going. If she ever does that for you then your mind will be truly blown.

I know that when I teach it doesn't happen often that I get to dance full out. I actually haven dance full out since 1999 (Yes, I remember as it was heavenly Tongue). Wow, I just noticed..... that is a long time ago.


Does your ex-DP not dance anymore?  Roll Eyes
He certainly looks gorgeous Smiley

I don't really know if he ever dances full out any more. I haven't danced with him since 1995, now that is even longer time ago.
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« Reply #49 on: July 01, 2010, 03:05:03 PM »

I am not sure if you have seen her with all the cylinders going. If she ever does that for you then your mind will be truly blown.

I know that when I teach it doesn't happen often that I get to dance full out. I actually haven dance full out since 1999 (Yes, I remember as it was heavenly Tongue). Wow, I just noticed..... that is a long time ago.


Does your ex-DP not dance anymore?  Roll Eyes
He certainly looks gorgeous Smiley

I don't really know if he ever dances full out any more. I haven't danced with him since 1995, now that is even longer time ago.

Well, that triggered a new topic in general dance issues - relationships with ex-partners Wink
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« Reply #50 on: July 01, 2010, 03:37:12 PM »


Does your ex-DP not dance anymore?  Roll Eyes
He certainly looks gorgeous Smiley

I don't really know if he ever dances full out any more. I haven't danced with him since 1995, now that is even longer time ago.

Well, that triggered a new topic in general dance issues - relationships with ex-partners Wink

I answered the question with the new topic.
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« Reply #51 on: July 01, 2010, 06:59:09 PM »




I have seen my sister dance with ladies of all levels and she makes them look great. I do know she trained once a week with her partner where he was the lady and she was the man. It still blows my mind to see what she can do. She is not muscular strong at all. Her muscles are actually so soft that one should think she can’t stand up. It just goes to prove that muscle strength has nothing to do with how strong you look on the floor.


I've sometimes wondered if my own physical strength has been more of a hindrance to me than an asset. I'm strong like a laborer and have been known to er, um, use a bit more of my strength than necessary from time to time, judging by what my instructor has told me.  Embarrassed For better or worse, strength is what I have. I hope to learn to manage it.
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