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I need to learn how to dance with flexiblity. I would do it at home. like an on line class? I have n

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 17:48:18    Popularity:     

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I didn't have a lot of flexibility at first either. I don't want to put you down, but it took 4-ish years for me to get my splits. People are born differently.

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I didn't have a lot of flexibility at first either. I don't want to put you down, but it took 4-ish years for me to get my splits. People are born differently. But i was just stretching the wrong part. Once i discovered that my hip flexers were tight (Which was after about the third year,) I stopped stretching my hamstrings because it was going no where. Now, 6 months later, i have all my splits.

So i suggest you visit a physiotherapist and get them to examine your legs to see whether it is your hip that is stopping you or whether it is your hamstrings. There are many factors to getting flexible but you just need to stretch and practice. Don't over do it. Once a day is enough. And if you are sore, then don't stretch as much as usual. just either do a little bit or work on another area that you need to stretch without hurting the muscles.

Good luck :)

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If you're talking any of the technique-based dance styles (ballet, jazz, contemporary, etc.), you can't learn to dance properly at home. You can watch a video and see how the movement is done, but it's impossible for you to know whether or not you're doing it correctly. It's not just about making it look correct, you have to engage the right muscles, have the right alignment, etc. You cannot teach yourself technique that you do not know. You can definitely gain flexibility at home, however. There are plenty of YouTube videos that show good stretches for flexibility. If you do them (correctly) daily or even a few times a week, you should notice a difference.

You cannot learn to dance at home. While you can learn steps to a dance you can't learn How to dance them properly without a qualified teacher's eyes and hands on you for corrections. You also need a proper sprung or floating floor like one would find in a reputable dance studio or else you open yourself up to injuries. Many of the online dance tutorials that attempt to teach dance are often filled with improper form as well. That is because anyone really qualified to teach knows better than to attempt that online.
Regarding flexibility, that is a byproduct of dance training. Specifically ballet which is required before you can take other dance genres in any of the better schools. Flexibility is worth nothing in dance if you don't have the accompanying strength. There has to be a balance between the two. Too much flexibility and you give up strength.
Find a teen beginner ballet class and get started if you want to learn to dance correctly. Ballet is where all your dance technique comes from.



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