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Date Posted: 15:40:25 07/30/17 Sun
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Subject: Can he do it on the ball of his foot? If not, then it's the spin he needs to work on. That could be inner ear or balance problems. My boys were on toes as soon as the first person told them they weren't allowed and got really good at them, so maybe just keep practicing toes if that's the problem.
In reply to: He's losing his balance. 's message, "Hello, my 14 year old son has a movement in his new set dance with a spin on his toes on one foot. He is finding this difficult as boys don't tend to do as much blocks as girls. Does anyone have any tips as to help with this move?" on 14:14:32 07/30/17 Sun

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  • He needs to keep practicing it over and over until it locks in. I can recall my son practicing spins in our kitchen until he actually felt sick to his stomach. He eventually got very good at them. Tell him to not give up! (NT) -- Irishmama, 18:58:33 07/30/17 Sun
  • Perhaps core stability core be part of the problems if he is loosing balance. They can look really cool on a boy if they are done right. (NT) -- .., 13:00:12 07/31/17 Mon

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