Baton Twirling - How athletes prepare at world championships
How to Prepare for a Baton Twirling Competition
Make sure you have practised enough in the weeks leading up to the competition.Turning up to the competition and not knowing your routine/s well enough could end up in an injury or forgetting your routine while you're on the floor!
A week before the competition, check to see if your costume/s fit you, break in any new dance/baton shoes, check that your stockings have no holes or ladders in them and see if you need any more dance/twirling supplies like make-up, hair spray, bobby pins, baton tape etc.
The night before the competition, make sure your batons are intact i.e.the ends are on the right way or if you use tape, that they're taped up properly.
Also the night before the competition, get plenty of rest.Yes, this could be a hard step to follow, battling nerves and excitement but try as best you can by going to bed early.
Wake up early so you can do your hair and make up, but just remember not to stress too much about this (unless you are first up to compete) as you could always do your hair and/or makeup at the venue.
In the morning of the competition, make sure you have eaten something.Most people prefer not to but if you get something into your stomach (even if it's a piece of fruit) it could most likely help you compete much better than not eating anything.
Make sure you arrive at the venue early so you have a lot of time to practise and prepare.
Remember to have fun!If you stress or worry about your routine too much you could drop it and get upset. You will walk away much happier if you smile and have fun whilst competing, even if you've dropped it!
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- Meditation, hot milk and the smell lavender can really help you get a good nights sleep.
- Stretch and warm up before you perform, it is very important to. Otherwise you could injure yourself.
- Do not wash your hair the night before or on the morning of the competition as it is easier to style hair when it is dirty.
- Oatmeal and fruit salads are the best breakfast foods to have before a competition.
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Date: 15.12.2018, 23:50 / Views: 45491