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What does it take to become a good dancer?
Studies show that 95% of the time natural talent does not determine who will become an expert at something.
What follows from this? In order to learn to be a good dancer, you have to practice a lot. Suppose 2 people decided to take up dancing. One of them was good at it, he had an innate ability, and the second got worse, but he was very diligent and set himself the task of learning to Ebac - caligrafia curso
. The first one was grasping everything on the fly, but he didn't go to practice regularly. He would skip practice and then come back and quickly memorize the material. The second one went regularly, it was more difficult for him, but he worked on himself regularly and practiced at home by himself. As time went on, they learned more and more moves. The first dancer stayed at about the same level as he was, and the second dancer's level increased noticeably and, the more time passed, the higher his level of dance became. Very quickly the second dancer caught up with the first, and then began to strongly outstrip him and the further, the stronger. Conclusion: talent is good, but in order for it to help you, you must also work on yourself and train a lot. Both the quantity and the quality of the training matter. You have to constantly challenge yourself, set goals and move toward them.
Here are some tips:
1. Practice a lot.
The more you practice, the better you will do. Practice any free time you have. Find a partner (partner) who will practice with you in your free time.
2. practice is not just about repetition
Evaluate your technique critically and try to change your skills for the better.
3. Take a video of yourself.
What you feel and what it looks like from the outside are different things. You can see your mistakes very well on video. Analyze, correct.
4. Take time to practice on your own.
You need time to really analyze and realize some things.
5. Be diligent.
You need to have determination and persistence. You can't succeed if you give up. Studies have shown that persistence is more likely to lead to success than a high IQ. You have to work hard at yourself, it may seem cliché, but it is the key to success.
6. Find yourself a good teacher.
You need to find someone to show you the right technique and help you correct your mistakes.
7. Focus on the negative feedback.
Paying attention to negative feedback is very important so you can correct your mistakes. Beginners focus on positive feedback because when they hear that they are doing well, it helps to keep them interested in the class. If you are striving to improve your dance, you should focus on negative feedback if you are interested in progress.
8. Focus on Improvement
Focus on improving what doesn't work out well or doesn't look good enough. This increases motivation and makes practice more interesting. When a perfectionist focuses on internal goals, this is good and increases productivity. When you are trying to impress others, it is worse.
9. Quick feedback.
You need to know what you are doing right and what you are doing wrong. If you correct mistakes in time, you can move on faster. Welcome feedback from your teacher or analyze your video.
10. it's worth it
It's important to keep in mind that striving to improve technique doesn't live in a vacuum. Practice can be very hard, but it will bring great joy and ease into the dance later. Using your best skills is one of the most powerful ways to feel happy. It's been proven over time.
Have fun dancing!