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Date Posted: 19:53:23 08/12/17 Sat
In reply to: Dd 's message, "How does you dancer balance dancing with a high school sport... how many classes a week do you attended what level is your dance ? We do not want to stiop dancing but too many classes is to much ?" on 19:38:47 08/10/17 Thu
My dd played Fockey and did swim. It was a constant challenge for her to balance the HS team sport and dance. she is very glad she did her HS sports and would not have changed any decision she made. HS sports allowed my dd the oppertunity to get involved in her school and gave her leadership opportunities that she otherwise wouldn't have been able to obtain. She continues to dance now and plans to continue in college. Being part of HS sports has not changed her love for dance although the many obstacles she faced really made her have to work harder and deal with disappoint and injuries, that she otherwise wouldn't have had. Make sure your dd does not over train, which was a big issue for my dd, especially her sophomore year- when she was working towards varsity level HS Sport. Good luck with your dd and her decision on whether or not to participate in HS Sports.
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Date Posted: 10:04:32 08/13/17 Sun
the 3rd week in September. She's been to a couple of different orthopedists, and basically running many miles every day, and dancing hours every night, put a lot of stress on the joints. She almost missed Worlds one year because she was so hobbled, and in so much pain.
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