duckie9876 Posted May 30, 2004 Report Share Posted May 30, 2004 I noticed that in arabesque, it is much easier to maintain a turnout in both supporting and working leg but when the leg goes higher than 90 degrees, I find that I have to turn in my leg a little bit more to maintain my balance. I was always taught that you should not have to make any adjustments in the leg (especially the supporting one) when doing penche because all you are supposed to do is bring the back leg higher but if I do that without turning in a little bit, I can't stay up. Any ideas? duckie9876 Quote Link to comment
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