Training Journal: Adequate Rest Is Essential!

Recently I’ve come down with an injury that worried me: smacking my knee cap on the pavement! Simply put: I tripped and fell over face down. It’s been a lucky fall, because aside from a bruise on the knee and a graze on the elbow, nothing got broken (thankfully, despite the nasty pain). …

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Stuck In A Progression Limbo? Try Learning A Different Dance!

Ever reached a plateau when no matter how hard you try, you cannot seem to be able to do some of the moves you’re learning to do? I call it a “progression limbo”. Frustrations occur. You end up asking yourself why you’re unable to improve in your dancing. This is the time …

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Music Collections: How To Build Up Your (Formidable) Personal Dance Music Collection

Ever been to a dance party, performance or competition and wished that you can dance to some of the most awesome music more often? Or perhaps you’ve envied people who seem to have some of the best music tracks in their collection? Instead of wishing, you can also build up your own awesome …

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WDSF Grandslam 2015: Why It Will Be An Exciting Year

WDSF Grandslam 2015: Why It Will Be An Exciting Year

Coming weekend, from March 6-8, will be the first leg of the WDSF Grandslam 2015 series. As one of the most talked about competitions in the dancesport world, it always brings excitement among fans and athletes alike as the best of the best compete for the top. But what will make 2015 exciting? In …

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Fill That Space And Make That Presence Yours!

Fill That Space And Make That Presence Yours!

Ever noticed how certain people seem to fill a room with energy, despite the fact that they might be the only people on the floor? Or you might have seen some taller people in stature, yet when they’re on the stage, they seem to have shrunk in size. Or maybe …

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Umberto Gaudino and Louise Heise: An Example of Mutual Respect In Their Partnership

Umberto Gaudino and Louise Heise: An Example of Mutual Respect In Their Partnership

In order for a partnership to really work, mutual respect as people and dancers between partners is a must. Here, we can see a top WDSF couple Umberto Gaudino and Louise Heise in an interview answering to questions about each other.   Source: IEC in Sports