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Re: Am i too old at 22 to start dancing?
Posted by waynelee
5/8/2012  6:57:00 AM
Jesse DeSoto started ballroom dancing at 19 and has many titles to his name plus a couple of world titles. Also, he was on the second season of Dancing With The Stars.
Re: Am i too old at 22 to start dancing?
Posted by ballroomchick
5/8/2012  9:54:00 AM
Finding a partner who is dedicated to this high goal is hard. I would say while you are searching go up through the Pro/Am ranks. This way you can kill 2 birds with one stone. You will get known AND you can scope out a potential partner. Nothing is impossible if your money and body can hold out.
Re: Am i too old at 22 to start dancing?
Posted by kaori
7/11/2013  11:53:00 AM
i wonder if you already found a partner??? i am actually looking for a leader!!
Re: Am i too old at 22 to start dancing?
Posted by Voco
6/23/2015  12:53:00 AM
You said you have no experience in ballroom dancing. Try it first. You dont need a partner to get started. Find a good quality studio, take group lessons, if you still like it take private lessons and do pro-am competitions. If you still like it, find a partner at that point. You may be very talented and learn very fast especially as you know other dances. You probably have good balance, flexibility and posture, but what you are suggesting is equivalent to without getting your foot wet to set a goal as a swimming champion.
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