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Full and a Half Turn on Balance Beam

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All of the turning skills on beam are performed in a fairly tall releve like on the floor. A proper full and a half turn finishes with the free leg stepping forward at the skill conclusion. Stepping back like in this example is a sign of the body’s center of mass not being correctly placed very close to an imaginary line. The line runs from the center of the head to the body support on top of the turning foot.

Last clip – This is a fair example of a full and half turn in passe position – a challenging beam maneuver.

By |2011-02-28T22:10:54+00:00February 28th, 2011|Categories: Balance Beam Dance Skills|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

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