How To Do A Leap ! by Dance 2002 - Musely
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How To Do A Leap !

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  • Step 1-make sure your warmed up and stretched 😊

  • Step 2- start of by doing a run up which is usually a step ball change or a simple run make sure that you keep your back straight .

  • Step 3- once you've done your run up as your doing your last run lift your front leg and your back leg and jump !!😊 make sure to pointe your feet , turn out your feet and legs and keep your hipes straight .

  • Step 4-As your landing your front leg should come down first then very quickly after your back leg .Make sure to land softly to not hurt your ankles .

  • *Note-over time your flexibility will get better (if you would like to know how to get more flexible go check out my other tips 😊) at first your leap won't be very big but in the end if you stretch you will get more flexible and you're leaps will get better πŸ’œ

  • Hope this helps πŸ’™πŸ˜‹ to see more Plz follow and like! 😊
    xxx Dance 2002


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