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Date Posted: 10:36:50 04/25/18 Wed
Author: sad
Subject: Yes, have to agree, extreme turnout and crossing have become paramount along with fancy tricks - rhythm and timing are out the window.
In reply to: mum 's message, "I think the opposite! Kids with good t/o but sloppy posture and wide open legs, missing beats place high. DD doesn't have good t/o but her posture,timing and rhythm are very good, and not placing (open level). I am going to encourage her to try these methods, thank you!!" on 09:41:40 04/25/18 Wed

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  • Same problem for my dd in prelim. Started in Mid-America and couldn't get out of novice with sloppy knees, now gets beat by kids with better turnout but wide knees & weaker timing in NE. (NT) -- NE mom, 18:24:27 04/25/18 Wed

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