http://rudnere.ru/4719.html August 17, 2015
Many young dancers understand the struggle of growth spurts (which occurs from ages 11 to 14 for girls and a little later for boys). It can be very difficult to control your body as it is going through these changes. During this time, the bones in the arms and legs grow asymmetrically to each other and also faster than the torso. Additionally, the upper spine grows faster than the lower spine, and muscles and ligaments don't grow as fast as bones causing them to become short and tight. This can lead a young dancer to lose flexibility, balance, endurance, stamina, and body awareness, along with weight gain and lower self-confidence. These changes are already tough for young people growing up but can be a bigger challenge for dancers. So, how do you get through it? watch Read on to find out more.