7 Ways to Practice on a Busy Schedule

Have you heard of the 3-to-1 rule? It states that for every hour you spend in a lesson, you should spend three hours practicing...

Where Do Top Pros Get Their Power

When you’re in your early 20s, physically demanding dances don’t seem to overwhelm you that much. If you’re heavily involved into competitions, dancing a...

You Don’t Have to Win to Become a Champion

Well, that’s awkward… How can you become a Champion, if you didn’t win? I knew you would ask that. I asked myself that same question...

Dignity, Always Dignity : Sportsmanship in Dancesport

At the beginning of Singin' in the Rain, Gene Kelly's character gives a monologue about how his life motto is "Dignity, Always Dignity" and...

How Social Dances Help Your Competitive Technique

Social dancing has long suffered from a ‘lazy dancing’ stigma, lacking technique and precision. Many dancers I’ve talked to consider the thought of dancing...

Total Immersion Into Ballroom Dancing

As a beginner bronze competitor with lofty goals of competing American 9 Dance, I couldn’t help but find it overwhelming that I had 9...

4 Reasons Why Your Child SHOULD NOT Ballroom Dance

In the previous article, I mentioned the 5 Positive Points on how Ballroom Dancing would benefit your child. But, it would be biased not...

10 Murphy’s Laws of Ballroom Dance

Commonly, Murphy's Law is referred to adages, with a base statement of "Anything That Can Go Wrong, Will Go Wrong". Since, The Law is...

Back-Leading: 6 Ways Followers Avoid It

We talked previously about how leader’s can deal with back-leading: the bad habit in which followers attempt to wrest control from their leader, either...

What we miss Behind the Scenes of Dance Sport

When you're at a competitive ballroom dance event, all your thoughts and energy, most likely, go into the final performance. In that state of...
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