fan2546 Posted September 5, 2010 Report Share Posted September 5, 2010 Hello, My daughter has an off-hours access to an aerobic room and she occasionally uses that opportunity to do stretching exercises. I know she is having some problems with certain types of pirouettes at her ballet classes. When I suggested that she could use that aerobic room to practice her pirouettes, my daughter says that she couldn't do that because floors at the aerobic room are different, "stickier". The floors don't look/feel that much different to me, but I am not a dancer. Are all dancing floors the same and very different from all other floors? Should a dancer be that sensitive to the type of flooring? Is my daughter just coming up with an excuse to avoid doing what is hard for her? I would like to get others' opinions on this. Quote Link to comment
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