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When is best for a dancer to eat?
A small meal 2 hours before a show gives them enough time for digestion. Pasta/sandwiches containing complex carbohyrdrates ensure slow steady relase of energy.
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The food you eat should be organised to give you...
Maximum energy, Minimum body fat and enough variety to ensure efficient body functions and to avoid energy.
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6 factors that need to be considered to create a safe environment for dance practise/performance space in relation to environment
Temperature, Ventilation, Suitable height of room, suitable floor (e.g Sprung floor), loose wires/obstacles in space, well maintained spaces
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5 factors in relation to the dancer that need to be considered to create a safe environment for the dancer
No jewellery, No eating/chewing, Appropriate clothing (long baggy trousers) and footwear, Hair tied up/off face, focus concentration
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what is a warm-up? what does it increase
A gradual physical and mental preparation for greater exertion which increases the heart rate, temp of the muscles thereofre improving flexibility and ability to contract, reaction speed, blood sugar and adrenalin levels
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what should a warm up include?
Pulse raiser, mobiliser, stretch and a focus.
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