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Friday, February 22, 2019

Fun Friday Dog Toy

Fun Friday Dog Toy

Most of you have probably seen a dog chew toy that’s made of a thick, tightly coiled rope. This, or any coiled rope, is a good image for pirouettes.

Picture the spiral of the coiled rope and how it seems to go on and on. Holding the rope vertically helps visualize this. The secret is in the tightness of the coil. Without it, the rope will unravel, and a similar thing happens to turns that lack a tight revolution. “Loose” turns look warped at best, and are usually completely ineffective.

So imagine that nice, tight coil of your dog’s favorite chew toy when you pirouette.

From the Big Blue Book of Ballet Secrets
Secret #14zz:
“Imagine the tight coil of a rope dog toy.”

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“The way isn't a circle and never can't be a circle unless you repeat the same after the same. Is it possible to find something new?...
The way is spiral, and I will keep believing in this!”
― Deyth Banger

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