When you are getting started, groundwork can feel like an overly complicated dance routine; one where you have trouble remembering where your feet and hands are supposed to go, and getting timed up with your “partner” can make it even more complex. Paul Dietz demonstrates a simple exercise that can help keep you from making some common groundwork mistakes.
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