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Adagio (Training Music)

Adagio (Training Music)

Adagio (Training Music)

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Photo Jigsaw Puzzle of Ballet dancers training

Photo Jigsaw Puzzle of Ballet dancers training

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Put On A Nice Ballet Leotard For Training In The Royal Ballet School

Put On A Nice Ballet Leotard For Training In The Royal Ballet School
Some people dream of becoming famous ballet dancers since their early childhood. A young boy or a little girl wearing a snug ballet leotard and a pair of pointe shoes on their training workouts may dream of being accepted in the Royal Ballet School of London. This school has a solid reputation among ballet dancers and is considered to be one of the best in the world.

The history of the Royal Ballet School goes back to 1926 when Dame Ninette de Valois founded the Academy of Choreographic Art. She had a dream of founding her own ballet company and a ballet school. She collaborated with Lilian Baylis who was a manager of Old Vic theatre to reach her goal. Later they acquired the Sadler’s Wells theatre and named their company The Sadler’s Wells Ballet. In 1946 the company moved to the Royal Opera House where it still operates today. Today there are only highly qualified and experienced choreographers who train and educate students for The Royal Ballet, Birmingham Royal Ballet and other world famous ballet companies. Almost every aspired ballet dancer in a comfortable ballet leotard may have a goal of performing for those top international companies.

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Cross Training For Ballet Dancers

Cross Training For Ballet Dancers

As Summer approaches, many dancers will embrace a much needed three or four month layoff. Some will vacation, some will continue to obsessively take class day after day. The smart Dancer Cross Trains. To continue Dancing with the intensity you had during the Season is like beating a dead horse. Our bodies need time off in order to make important gains and improvements. Yes, you can actually improve by taking some time off!

Here is the Cross Training Plan that I recommend;

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