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  • hooloo21
    Post count: 588

    Just take it easy. It’s okay to be behind the others. It takes time to improve, but practicing and stretching a few days out of the week will help. Btw they may tell you to practice your dances every day, but u really don’t have to. Also stretching every day is not necessary. Just take it easy. They might try and make dancing what you have to do 24/7 but it’s not needed. All you need to do is make sure you feel comfortable with it

  • itsjustyourgirl
    Post count: 246

    Don’t compare yourself to someone else! Dance to songs you like to dance to and pick your style

  • braceface_babe
    Post count: 39

    what @BRIBRI.reed said

  • queen_teenwolf
    Post count: 153

    Well I am one of those people who has danced for over eight years. But I will tell you that I quit for one year and got behind everyone else. I had to watch closely in class and practice A LOT, to get back to my level.

  • datbabymiyah
    Post count: 3

    Practice

    • mariamgrocks
      Post count: 2

      Just ask them for advice and keep dancing

  • bribri-reed
    Post count: 6

    Hey! Honestly I dance for a couple years then quit and I came back when I was 13, it’s very challenging, all I can say is work hard! Those girls have been practicing so you need to put everything into dancing. Stretch daily at home, work on flexibility, turns, leaps or whatever whenever possible. It’s not easy but if you want to dance you have to put in the effort in a few years that these girls have done in 10. You’ll do great! I hope you enjoy dance!

  • marielauraa
    Post count: 18

    There is no need to want to get better, because, you are already great how you are, but one thing you can do is keep your hopes up, don’t let anyone bring you down and keep fighting for your dreams.

  • bookdragon1234
    Post count: 78

    I just started dancing and I’m 15. Everyone else in my class has been dancing since they were toddlers. Any advice on how to get better?

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