Oh, the passion of dance partnership! Fighting is the most useless way for couples to spend their time and energy in practice, yet it’s so common. It’s so easy for things to get heated, when each partner thinks he/she is right! Avoid fighting in practice, and you’ll get results at the studio, and at the competition. If you want to make your practices more productive, check out what World Professional American Rhythm Finalist, Marcus Johnson, has to say on the matter.
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If you need to go further on the subject of peaceful and productive practice, check out our blog post “The Zen of Partnering”.
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