Latest activity

  • Steve Pastor
    Steve Pastor replied to the thread DWTS Season 26.
    Tonya was recently profiled in one of our (very) local newspapers. She is skating somewhere in the area, and is apparently well liked...
  • MaggieMoves
    MaggieMoves replied to the thread DWTS Season 26.
    I'll admit he doesn't leave the best taste in my mouth either. He's a bit too... over the top. Style with little substance only gets you...
  • danceronice
    danceronice replied to the thread DWTS Season 26.
    Oh, God, Adam Rippon? Hasn't he had his fifteen minutes? I can just see it, he'll decide he doesn't really need to do a change step and...
  • scullystwin42
    Right. I also don't see any connection other than the name. Telemark turns, as opposed to alpine turns, change the leading edge and...
  • scullystwin42
    I skied telemark long before I ever did ballroom and I do not see a connection in the two actions, especially not the lady's backward...
  • j_alexandra
    Heh...yeah. I know that thread. It quite literally changed my life. I may go back and reread.
  • flying_backwards
    flying_backwards replied to the thread The tao of the telemark.
    I skied telemark long before I ever did ballroom and I do not see a connection in the two actions, especially not the lady's backward...
  • T
    tangotime replied to the thread The tao of the telemark.
    It comes from HOW one turns around wearing ski's ( Lady moving backwards ) . The format creates a type of prom position
  • D
    The ratios are how the beat is divided. 1:1 is two eighth notes subdividing a quarter note, resulting in a metronomic feel. 2:1 is a...
  • X
    Xelebes replied to the thread Beats in Swing music.
    The ratios are how the beat is divided. 1:1 is two eighth notes subdividing a quarter note, resulting in a metronomic feel. 2:1 is a...
  • Joe
    Joe replied to the thread The tao of the telemark.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telemark_skiing
  • classydancer
    classydancer replied to the thread The tao of the telemark.
    An adaptation from skiing?? How is that?
  • newbie
    newbie replied to the thread "Cadencia" revisited.
    Welcome, Matias Acosta. May you enlighten us by explaining how the cadencia differs in this respect from any other move, such as the...
  • Mengu
    Showing a closed T/Mark without a partner, makes no sense ! Trivia ; the T/ mark is an adaption from Skiing..
  • Mengu
    Mengu replied to the thread The tao of the telemark.
    Thank you for resolving my 18 years of wondering if that was the case.