SwanQueen Posted March 11, 2003 Report Share Posted March 11, 2003 I have a real problem when I do developpes or grand battements or anything of that sort that I have been doing for years. It seems as if the only way that I can get my leg high is to sink on my supporting side, turn in my suppporting foot, and really sink in my back so I get that little "bubble" in my back. My teacher has been working with me on this for a long time and she always tells me that if you really push down into the floor and keep your supporting knee straight and keep your back lifted, then your leg will be higher. I can never seem to get it to work though. Any tips on how I can somehow make this work. It is discouraging because I desperetaly want to improve my extension and I am working so hard. Help!!!!! Quote Link to comment
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