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Being in line side to side in a straight or Curvilinear form. Line up ankles. Type of Alignment
Picture displayed by marchers. Can contain linear, curvilinear, symmetry, and asymmetrical figures
All elements of appearance as a performer: Posture, Carriage, Pose, Instrument/Equipment position, and Uniform. Appear as tall as possible.
Roll the feet
Forward Marching Style. Exaggerate toe pointed up, shift weight, peel back foot up, roll front foot down, heel to toe. Do not do for back slides.
Body posture where upper half is facing one direction and marching in a different. Often used as type of flank turn
Nonstationary turn executed in more than one count. Often used in curvilinear follow the leader flows
Being equally spaced between either front o back or side to side in a linear or curvilinear form. Two types are distance and interval
80% of Qualities of a Leader. Laughter, Exciting, Assertive, Disciplined, Enthusiastic, Responsive, Sensitive, Honesty, Integrity, Positive. More important than skills/achievements
Most important part of leadership. Holds it together. Ability to bring/receive knowledge from others
To be certain of your abilities. Developed through practice. "doing it right til you cant do it wrong." But,"When in doubt, fake it."
Having control over attitudes and skills. Leading by example. "Can't lead others till you can lead self."
Someone that can get others to do what they normally would not. Can be positive or negative. Good can teach, mentor, help. Official title is NOT needed.
Qualities which enable someone to handle any situation with calm and confident control. Someone that does it right even when they dont want to.
20% of qualities of a leader. Schedules time well, Knowledgeable, Initiates action, Learns more, Listens well, Success oriented
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