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The DRS rewards practice . . .
Posted by jofjonesboro
10/31/2008  6:10:00 PM
and keeps dancing students where they belong - on the dance floor.

The frustrations of such deceptively simple moves and the feeling of accomplishment when you realize that you've mastered them are one of dances great rewards (in addition to improved health and a better social life).

The double-reverse spin (DRS) is the first real obstacle of difficulty that most beginning (BTIM first-year) ballroom students must overcome to start genuinely feeling like a dancer. Requiring more attention than the student has yet encountered in all physical aspects of the move, the DRS forces the student to commit to dancing or given it up.

It is the Crucible of the Ballroom.



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