Thang máy - 2 - Flying Fan

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Ways to help the leader's balance:

  • Can you do it without holding someone up?
  • Can you turn on a line?
  • You don't want it to get faster and faster.
  • You turn and then slow down, turn and then slow, so you keep control.
  • Walking just naturally oftentimes has the sense of falling. You walk and then fall and walk and then fall to your next step. So, in the turn, in can somewhat be the same: you can use your step to help with balance. Every time you step, you want to be sending your body over that leg. Your center of gravity shifts to your landing foot as you're in transit.

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From cd baby: Beautiful adult voices, leading accordion and a warm strings trio are supported by a modern jazz rhythm section on Piazzolla, Gismonti and others south american highlights

00:05
This is the flying fan, which, I think, is really cool.
00:11
So, go for it. Demo once, and then, we'll talk it.
00:25
Isn't it just so beautiful?
00:30
D: For the camera, she was facing away from the mic.
N: I just said it was very beautiful.
00:35
I find it very satisfying to teach our students to the point where they can be that spectacular.
00:40
So, if we break it down. Just the beginning.
00:44
Like a lot of these lifts leg things, at the beginning, he leads her leg to go up.
00:52
And then, he shifts into it. There's this going down, over, swoop up, turns.
01:02
Nice.
01:04
So, that wasn't enough nice for them, I don't think.
01:07
And then, the point that they can do that over and over again, and it'll come out that beautiful, every single time.
01:14
So, I think it deserves very nice, at the very least.
01:17
And not just this. I mean, many, many things.
01:22
So, another thing, as he goes into this, I want you to notice how there's a little bit, and it's subtle, there's a little bit of a swoop up.
01:31
Get it going, and it's subtle. And then also, you'll notice that, as he does this,
01:35
There's this sense of the turn trailing, and then going; and then trailing, and then not hitting Jessica.
01:41
So, do this again, so they can watch this.
01:44
For the ladies, watch how her legs fan back. The thighs are tight. Legs are pointed.
01:51
Right leg goes back, left leg forward. Thighs tight.
01:55
She's pulling down with her left shoulder blade, as the normal sit, actually. Except not a sit.
02:03
Anything else I want you to think about... Alright, so, comment for the leaders. Poor leaders. And I really mean this.
02:10
Everyone thinks this is about strength, and it does require muscle. But, the hardest part is, actually, the balance.
02:16
And this is true of almost all of these lifts of different sorts.
02:20
Once you have sufficient muscle, it's more about body mechanics and balance.
02:23
Because you have enough muscle to pick the other person off, up. But it's really hard not to fall over.
02:28
So, I want you to think that you can go slow, and find the stability.
02:31
Which requires more muscle, but it's a much better training.
02:34
On that note, good luck.