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Dropping the hand (especially in the squat in the IV and V positions), we must ensure that shoulder was not made in advance. Before squatting head turned toward the hands, open at the II position, vision tends to brush. In passing hands in the preparatory position of gaze is accompanied by its motion, with the head slightly lowered down and, without turning, slightly leaning to one side, opposite operating arm. Then I hand raised to positions, head up and turns to an opening at the II position hands, eyes directed the brush.

Removal of running feet in any direction and return it to the core in choreographic terminology is battement. The diversion of the legs can be extended position and a bent in an elongated; bringing the legs - stretched and bent. Each species has its own form battement and is an independent name. Battements tendus simples (simple) are executed from the I and V positions forward in side and back, a musical size 4 / 4 and 2 / 4. Initially, the study comes at a slow pace, separately,with stops. Opening and closing of the elongated legs are evenly. In final form battements tendus emphasis of falling at the time of the return leg in the I or V position. During the movement of the hip running legs should be and Reverse tucked in the hip joint. Hips are kept straight.

Originally battements tendus studied face to stick in the I position with diverting his right leg to the side and repeated in this direction from the four up to eight times. Then executed with the left foot. More exercise mastered forward (with one and the other leg) and back. In the V position battements tendus executed in the same manner. In studying battements tendus a stick or in the middle of the room (first in the I position, then V) sequence of execution remains the same. Later, these areas are combined into one combination and executed in common sequence: forward, side, back and sideways. After mastering battements tendus in this sequence, the direction may vary differently.

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