Tereza Sedlackova

Tereza Sedlackova

Tereza Sedlackova
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Sauté from all positions: Sauté means “to hop”, which is the basic action of this exercise. Begin by standing in first position with a small weight in each hand, arms held up at shoulder-height. Bend your knees into a plié, then spring upwards as high as you can in a completely straight line, pointing your toes in the air, and then landing on the balls of your feet, trying to keep all weight off of your heels. Do two sets of twenty hops in first position, second, and fifth position.

Sauté from all positions: Sauté means “to hop”, which is the basic action of this exercise. Begin by standing in first position with a small weight in each hand, arms held up at shoulder-height. Bend your knees into a plié, then spring upwards as high as you can in a completely straight line, pointing your toes in the air, and then landing on the balls of your feet, trying to keep all weight off of your heels. Do two sets of twenty hops in first position, second, and fifth position.