What Amazing Dances Are Made Of

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What Amazing Dances Are Made Of by Mind Map: What Amazing Dances Are Made Of

1. Music Skills

1.1. Musical Strategy: Acknowledge the phrase change with a pose

1.1.1. Musical Tactic: Hear the phrase change coming Music Technique: Listening for chord changes and lyrical poetry Acoustic ability Music Technique: Recognizing the formula of the song

1.1.2. Musical Tactic: Control personal timing to be able to stop motion Movement Technique: Delaying or accelerating weight transfer Movement Technique: Choosing appropriate muscles to contract Physical ability Movement Technique: Impact or Impulse

1.2. Musical Strategy: Match the song genre & rhythm

1.2.1. Musical Tactic: Dance to contemporary with body pulse Music Technique: How to recognize downbeats and upbeats Acoustic ability Music Technique: How to do a back pulse on every beat Physical ability: Thoracic spine mobility Music Technique: How to travel and triple while pulsing Physical ability: Body Coordination

1.2.2. Musical Tactic: Swing your triples to Swung rhythm Music Technique: Identify the syncopated rhythm Acoustic ability Music Technique: Control weight transfer to delay timing Music Technique: How to swing your body shape

2. Pattern & Styling Skills

2.1. Styling Strategy: Look less square at end of slot

2.1.1. Styling Tactic: Avoid flashlighting Movement Technique: Kissing to provide frame engagement in any position Physical ability Styling Technique: Allowing over rotation and underrrotation Physical ability Styling Technique: Using kiss to decelerate and underrotate ends of turns Physical ability Physical ability

2.1.2. Styling Tactic: Add anchor syncopations Musical Technique: 2-beat rhythm options Movement Technique: Control over duration of weight transfers Physical ability Styling Technique: Suede signatures Physical ability Physical ability Movement Technique: Contrabody Physical ability Physical ability

2.2. Pattern Strategy: Present toward audience without stopping

2.2.1. Pattern Tactic: Barrel roll Pattern Technique: Kiss to transition compression to steering Pattern Technique: Maintain balance while modifying pitch Physical ability PatternTechnique: Matching pressure and rate of parnter

2.3. Pattern/Styling Strategy: Slingshot to hit an accent

2.3.1. Pattern Tactic: Turning Sugar Push Pattern Technique: Pivoting in compression Pattern Technique: Bowing to separate PatternTechnique: Lateral pressure connection to steer

2.3.2. Pattern Tactic: Accelerate separation into count 3 PatternTechnique: Diagonality Pattern Technique: Frame matching Pattern Technique: Bowing

2.3.3. Styling Tactic: Body Roll Styling Technique: Diagonal sheering Physical ability: Thoracic spine mobility Styling Technique: Waving of pelvic tilt Physical ability: Core activation Styling Technique: Coordinating weight shift

2.3.4. Styling Tactic: Hip Rocks Movement Technique: Split weight position Physical ability Musical Technique: Match the rhythm with impact, impulse, or rebound Physical ability Styling Technique: Plie lower to get more range of motion Styling Technique: Twist to make figure 8 shape

3. Movement Skills

3.1. Movement Strategy: Elastic flow

3.1.1. Movement Tactic: Boing to start every pattern Technique: CASL Physical Ability: Body alignment Physical Ability: Bicep injury? Technique: Counterbalance Physical ability Physical ability Technique: Resisted release Physical ability Physical ability

3.1.2. Movement Tactic: Redirect on time Technique: Use 1,2, or 1/2 beat boing Physical ability Physical ability Technique: Catch earlier to control bounce Physical ability Physical ability

3.1.3. Movement Tactic: Lengthen the slot Technique: Continue LOI Physical ability Physical ability Technique: Leaders' travel triple Physical ability Physical ability Technique: Floating anchor/ avoid posting Physical ability Physical ability

3.2. Movement Strategy: taking care of the follower

3.2.1. Movement Tactic: absorbing every redirect Technique: Catch early Physical ability Physical ability Technique: build connection gradually Physical ability Physical ability Technique: counterbalance instead of muscle flexion Physical ability Physical ability

3.2.2. Movement Tactic: prepping safely Technique: Lateral pressure connection Physical ability Physical ability Technique: rotational spring Physical ability Physical ability