Sunday, November 2, 2008


Here is an update of where things are at. On the positive side:

1. Feet are now grounded and toes not lifting off the floor inappropriately during barre work.

2. Turn-out is now much better held and I haven't had any complaints recently about over-rotating.

3. I am not 'tucking under' as much.

On the negative side:

1. My inner thigh muscles need me to do their exercises again :(

2. My hamstrings also need some exercises again and are very tight :(

3. My grand battements are still unsatisfactory, particularly to second, although when I do grand battements in the centre, things are less out of control.

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