sylphide Posted March 28, 2004 Report Share Posted March 28, 2004 I am presently experimenting troubles with acquiring good landing from jumps. My teacher noticed that when I do a series of jumps landing on one foot, for example a series of sissonnes on diagonal, I seem to land with my foot flat on the floor. He tells me I should rather land toes, demi-pointe, heel, plie sequence. I try but cannnot seem to do it. Do you have any advice on how I should perhaps shift my focus when jumping to achieve better landing? What should I think of when landing? This is so frustrating because I otherwise have a good jump... but as my teacher says, I destroy it by landing flat footed Quote Link to comment
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