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The basis of sustainability is to preserve the vertical axis, which passes through the middle of the head and body and ends on cushion bearing feet when standing on polupaltsah, and on the heel,when you stand on the whole foot. In cases where you want to bend the body in the directionback or tilt it forwardfor the stability of the center of gravity of the body should be on supporting leg, through which the vertical axis of the body. The balance is held The correct distribution of center of gravity of the body on the supporting leg in combined with a tight back and hips. Preservation of stability contributes also enshrined in the Reverse position thigh running up and Reverse reference.

Concepts en dehors (outward) and en dedans (inward) are determined by the rotational motion of the foot in a circle or figure rotation on the floor or in the air around its vertical axis on one or two legs, with the advance or on site. With the concepts of en dehors and en dedans, students first learn about the study rond de jambe par terre, where the working leg moves from the I position in forward direction and an arc to the side and back, closing the circle in the I position, there describes the outer circle of the supporting leg (en dehors). Movement of legs towards the rear and along an arc toward and forward, describing circle to the supporting leg, will be en dedans. Learned by rond de jambe par terre motion of the foot on the outer and inner circle, much easier to navigate in en dehors and en dedans with turns and tours.

All the rotational movement figures around its vertical axis (direction rotation) are determined by the same concepts en dehors and en dedans, as in rond de jambe par terre.

Rotation en dehors - a rotation of the supporting leg from left to right, if we stand on the left leg; en dedans - to the supporting leg from right to left. Thus, the term en dehors and en dedans underlies definitions rotational movements of the feet and the figures on the outer and inner circle. Poluprisedanie (demi rlie) and deeper, more sit-ups (grand plie) develop Achilles tendon, knee and ankle ligaments, elasticity and fort which played a significant role in classical dance. In sit-ups, especially deep, actively participates spin, where she keeps direct (vertical) position, which contributes to the development and strengthening of muscles waist.

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