Improvement Series, RA Dance Blog, Uncategorized

One Move at a Time: Tap Step

So much of the time as dancers we get caught up in doing the hardest steps we can think of, or putting in more tricks like leaps and turns to fill out are routines. In doing this it is easy to forget the basics and disregard steps we learnt as a beginner, but many of… Continue reading One Move at a Time: Tap Step

Improvement Series, RA Dance Blog, Training Help

Improvement Series: Utilising heart-rate monitoring in dance training.

Heart rate monitoring as become increasingly available to consumers as the years have gone by. 16 years ago, Runner's World claimed that the two reasons to use heart-rate monitoring are to train and race at the right pace for ourselves. Years later and this is still one of the main selling points of heart-rate monitors… Continue reading Improvement Series: Utilising heart-rate monitoring in dance training.

Development Series, RA Dance Blog

Development Series: Turning Dance into a Job

For many people dance is seen as a hobby. You go to class once or twice a week for a bit of fun or exercise. It's nothing more than an hour or two of escape from daily life. But for others this hour each week may turn into a passion that could only be satisfied… Continue reading Development Series: Turning Dance into a Job

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Pro-tein or Con-tein?: Is Protein Supplementation Right For Dancers?

As the western world's food availability continues to thrive, so too does the dietary regulations and restrictions people place upon themselves. In other words, the choice of 'diets' to follow increases. There's; vegetarian, paleo-based, ketogenic, flexitarian, vegan, aktins, low-carb, intermittent fasting, pescetarianism, and many more variations on an activity we all share: Eating. One of… Continue reading Pro-tein or Con-tein?: Is Protein Supplementation Right For Dancers?