Brea *TRIES* giving Twirling Lessons

Imma try some lessons on twirling if anyone’s interested? I don’t see why not, it seems like a thing to do

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i want to twirl a breadstick. will regular baton lessons help? i will sub if i can learn to do spin tricks with breadsticks
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Bridge.Over.The.River.Kwai
*yes
thats RYE-ronic DOUGH
my school had this tradition that
the potential CRUM majors do
WHEAT they BAKE a bet that they See More▼
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chesspacito
yes
THATS IRONIC THOUGH
MY SCHOOL HAD THIS TRADITION THAT THE POTENTIAL DRUM MAJORS DO WHERE THEY MAKE A BET THAT THEY HAVE TO COMPLETE IF THEY GET THE POSITION—
THIS YEAR MINE IS “LEAD PREGAME WITH A BAGUETTE”
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stuff ill teach:
BASIC TWIRLS (the twirls you’ll be doing most of the time in a routine)
-twirl around waist
-hand over hand
-eagles
-palm spin
-leg pass series See More▼
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My grey and my traditional baton
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there are a few main types of batons you can use— the first type is a regular baton, the ones you normally see being wielded by a majorette line. these batons are thin aluminum rods, with two rubber tips. the smaller end is called the tip, and the larger one is the ball. these are what you see most often. i don’t usually twirl this, for it isn’t my style. i do one one, however, mainly to work on those dangerous tricks.
the second type is a fire baton. i won’t be teaching fire See More▼
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FoxyFox_Kota
Wow..... I wonder if I can make a simple trumpet seem that hard to play when it really easy....
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