Ballroom Dance > Student Challenges Prevalent in the Pro-am Structure

Discussion in 'Ballroom Dance' started by latingal, Jul 17, 2012.

  1. debmc

    debmc Well-Known Member

    What about doing the comps with your teacher that are not local, but are not triple crown ( more expensive) either? Most proam competitions probably fit in this category... or do you not want to do any comps unless they are local? I would not be so quick to finding a new teacher in this instance... a teacher that also can judge ( assuming he/she is NDCA certified judge) would be invaluable to have in regards to the wisdom they can impart, IMV.
  2. KatNip

    KatNip Member

    All good advice. My immediate plan is stay with my current teacher (he is an NDCA certified judge) and look for an am partner.

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