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The Dangers of Dancing on Dead Pointe Shoes—And 5 Ways to Prevent Injury

Pointe shoes are high maintenance. New pairs are not only expensive, but time consuming. So it's no surprise that many dancers try to extend the lifespan of eac

Feeling some pain? The foot has the largest number of bones in comparison to the rest of the body and so is very prone to many injuries. Here are some of the many injuries dancers experience that result from pointe shoes and the other rigors of ballet.Sesamoiditis - “I have pain underneath my big toe, particularly while walking without shoes.”Hallux Valgus and Bunion - “My big toe points inward and is painful.”Hallux Rigidus - “I have pain with full releve.”Pl

Feeling some pain? The foot has the largest number of bones in comparison to the rest of the body and so is very prone to many injuries. Here are some of the many injuries dancers experience that...

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Smart Dancers: Break A Leg?: An overview of ballet injuries

INTRO Let's talk about injuries... Photo by Corbin Smith / thegridto.com It may be safe to generalize that high-level athletes and dancers rarely take a break after an injury. Resting can cause you to lose your spot/job; therefore, professionals tend to dance around the injury. From my experience, I realized that dancing with injury was thought to be cool and something to be proud of. It may make them look tough and strong, but the truth is, their body is deteriorating. There are dancers…

Four Professional Dancers Reveal Their Funniest Recital Memories

It's that time of year again: recital season! Memories will be made, including some hilarious ones. (Does it even count as a recital if something funny doesn't happen?) We asked four pros to share their most humorous recital memories from their student days, from costume malfunctions to onstage bloopers.

Ballet Injury Prevention | OrthoCarolina

Ballet dancers do all types of dance including ballet, jazz, modern and tap, and all usually require about 20-30 hours of practice a week depending on level. Due to long hours of practice dancers are prone to overuse or chronic injuries.

Is Pain Different For Women? 6 Facts About The Way Men And Women Experience Pain | Bustle

Most of us have grown up hearing that women feel more pain than men, whether it's after surgery, while dealing with a chronic illness, or just after getting a boo-boo. In fact, a 2012 Stanford study of 72,000 adult patients discovered that women…

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Key muscles in higher jumps are your quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes, and calves. This awesome rebound drill can be done sitting in a chair for beginners & more advanced dancers can use a stability ball. 💥SAFETY NOTE: if you use a ball, I recommend putting it near a wall. Parameters: Jumps/power training is done in smaller intervals to avoid injury. Do 3 to 5 sets of 5 reps. If you tire before that, stop at the point of fatigue. Email me and we'll solve it! veronicakplatform@gmail.com
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In our latest podcast, English National Ballet‘s Isabelle Brouwers gives us an insight into her lockdown experience that coincided with recovering from an injury; she also talks about what it’s like dancing with a mask, how she prepared to return to the studio and much more! 😍 Listen now!