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Old 05-10-2019, 06:24 AM   #4
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Default Re: Learning to march

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Originally Posted by Patrick McLaurin View Post
I imagine you know this but you spend half (or more) of your time marking time as you turn around going back and forth.
I have seen many do that, timing their march so they get across the boards in 4 bars (or so), then turn for 4 bars, then step off on the repeat/next part..

I distinctly recall my instructor saying "don't do that- you never know when the space you are giving won't time out that way, plus its called a 'march' not a 'march in place'"..

-Matthew
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